She found out what it really took to get ahead in a big-city office.
Robin found an exciting job in the big city!
From the back:
IN CONFERENCE WITH THE BOSS
Robin was too hip not to realize that she had been hired for her stunning looks as much as for her typing ability. And although she was still inexperienced she knew that she would be charmed and pleased if he made a play for her. This is the penetrating story of what happened when Robin’s most exciting expectations were fulfilled.
This painting was published twice as a digest cover for Cameo books, first as Office Sinner by Gene Harvey (Cameo books #334, 1953):
The frank story of a young girl who works in an office… side by side with men
and then again one year later as Blonde Hellcat by Arthur Marin (Cameo books #368, 1954):
She was ambitious, passionate and jealous – of her own mother
Refused by his wife, Harry felt his desires were undeniable, however timid or bold they might be.
Sally loved her job — and her tough, crusading boss. She was determined to protect him. She just didn’t know how vicious his enemies were!
From the back:
Sally went to work for Brian Barton, the dedicated consumer advocate, with stars in her eyes. To her, he was the finest man in the world, even if he was too wound up in his work to give her all the love she wanted. She learned, too late, that Brian had powerful, implacable enemies who would do anything they could to ruin him… And that they would use her as their totally helpless weapon!
Cover swiped from Divorce Bait
She Knew What It Took To Please A Man
Jim Manning’s pretty secretaries had to play the game to keep their jobs. Then Cute Ann Lincoln took over — and wanted even more than Jim could handle!
When A One-Man Woman Plays The Field…
I love that he has a pin-up girl on his necktie.