First Edition. Fabulous risqué romance novel. "At eighteen Doris Blakely, a stenographer in the law offices of Jasper Richards, is plunged unawares into a bedroom scene which changes the entire course of her life. After an affair with her employer the realization suddenly dawns upon her that there is something more in life than pounding typewriter keys at $15.00 per week. A bed of roses heroine, Doris is a veritable modern. Absolutely contemptuous of virtue she takes the sophisticated way out because she believes her way of life is superior to that of her married sister who slaves for a worthless husband." Near Fine but for large contemporary owner's bookplate at front endpaper, in Very Good plus dustjacket, few tiny chips at spine ends and flap corners.