Love and hatred confront a young nurse on her first private duty case. One would win out…
“What’s the matter?” he asked. “Is Anne making passes at your young man?”
“I don’t know what you mean,” Nurse Linette Stokes stammered. “Besides, he’s not my young man.”
“But you like him, don’t you?” she was accused.
“Certainly I like him. He’s — he’s a fine young doctor,” she flushed.
But her heart was heavy and her thoughts kept returning to the picture of Anne’s lovely, laughing face lifted to Dr. Powell’s admiring eyes.
Big City Nurse
by Peggy Gaddis (1956)