A Week In New York by Margaret Culkin Banning
If Tom Loring hadn't run into Pat Gentry aboard the plane for New York, he might have stayed as hopelessly in love with Lois Fountain as he had been both before and after her recent marriage. As it was, the brief business trip Tom and Pat had planned stretched out into a full week's staya week filled with unexpected excitement and revelations for them both.
Pat had been almost sure she would return at once to her job as night-club hostess in Overland, where the local social set regarded her as dangerous to at least one married couple's happiness. And Tom wanted to get home in time for the weekend with the crowd Lois had invited to his rustic cabin. Then Tom's business took longer to settle than he'd expected, and Pat was detained too. What was more natural than that the two visitors should amuse themselves together?
© 1940, 1941 by Margaret Culkin Banning, Triangle Book Edition published April 1947 by arrangement with Harper & Brothers by The Blakiston company. Due to its age, there is no ISBN available. Book was a one-owner edition and is in good contition. The pages are yellowing, but it is easily readable. Dust cover is torn, and this hardcover book has original owner's name and "1950" on the fly leaf.
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