Never Say Stark Naked by Marjory Bassett

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Phoebe's small-town world seems to close in on her, constricting her life and choices. Her only choice is to flee: she boards a train to New York City, hoping to never have to look back. She finds work with a flamboyant public relations executive and socialite. Plunged into a universe of lavish parties and sophisticated chatter, her naivete makes her a refreshing, enticing oddity among the glamorous and the cynical. But ultimately, Phoebe cannot disregard the agony of her past if she is to fight to belong and to be happy in her adopted city.

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Bassett is chair of the literature committee of the National Arts Club in New York. She is a graduate of the University of Iowa.
Published May 17, 2002 by Welcome Rain Publishers. 320 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Those same connections bring Phoebe into romantic entanglements with a handsome pair of brothers, one a painter and the other a lawyer, both luminaries in Selmabelle’s firmament and supposedly out of Phoebe’s orbit.

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