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Her life is going great guns, but World War II is raging. This girl's patriotic loyalty is about to be put to the test.
Atlanta, Georgia 1943
Polly Anna Morgan is young and sassy, swing music is killer-diller, and dance clubs are pure dynamite. But her life is about to change. Finally, after two years at the law firm of Jones, Jones & Harbry, Polly has become the executive secretary to the young and handsome junior partner, Edmund Harbry. She is attractive, vibrant, and her idea of doing her part for the war effort is to become a junior hostess for the USO Mobile Service. However, her boss has a different plan in the works for her – one that will bring her into his top-secret world of war espionage.
Nazi saboteurs are running rampant in the U.S., and two shipyards on the coast of Georgia are the suspected targets for annihilation. The FBI instructs Harbry to choose a young woman to ‘entertain’ the alleged leader of the American Nazi Party and gain access into his inner circle. This woman must be attractive, intelligent, and she must seduce one of the most dangerous men in the U.S. To Harbry, this woman is Polly Anna Morgan.
When an unexpected trip to Washington D.C. becomes apparent, Harbry expresses the importance of having Polly accompany him to meet with the FBI leaders, but she vehemently refuses. A secretary traveling alone with her boss? No dice! And for what? There must be another reason for the trip, and Harbry is holding back the truth. Are Harbry and the FBI to be trusted?
But will reluctant Polly’s growing affection for her boss cause her to throw caution to the wind and reconsider - whatever the cost?
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