Viola Hartman, recently arrived from Kansas, is a receptionist in a New York law office. Kaye Barrow is a widow, her husband having been killed in Viet Nam two years earlier. They share an apartment in a renovated brownstone townhouse. Viola finds happiness with Lew, but Kaye vows to remain a widow the rest of her life despite the attentions of Seth.
Susan Long arrives from Iowa, with a college degree and gets a job at the United Nations Building. It is against the rules for her to get emotionally involved with diplomatic personnel. But when Susan meets Marcel Briand, the rules can't keep them apart.
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Samantha works hard works to become what the trade papers call the "Teen Queen Of Mad Ave". A big part of her success is the art director who lays out the campaigns, Max Briegner. Max is talented, but a slob. Samantha tries to helps Max clean up his appearance.
Cover art was taken from the splash page of this story.