The Panty Raid

The Panty Raid

In the fall of 1956 Dorothy Wilbur is a senior on scholarship at state university. Looking toward her future, she’s always imagined herself doing scientific research. But in the America of the 1950s, a woman opting for a professional career is seen to be opting out of love, marriage and family. H...

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In the fall of 1956 Dorothy Wilbur is a senior on scholarship at state university. Looking toward her future, she’s always imagined herself doing scientific research. But in the America of the 1950s, a woman opting for a professional career is seen to be opting out of love, marriage and family.

Hank Brantly is a Korean War veteran going to college on the GI Bill. He’s noticed Dorothy, the bonafide dish in his Organic Chemistry class, and he’s learned that life is short and a man goes after what he wants. Can an evening of unrepentant underwear thievery lead to romance?
Full of doo wop, poodle skirts and campus hijinks, The Panty Raid is a feel good read with the grainy nostalgia of a previous generation and the love/work seesaw familiar to those of every age.

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Genre: Historical Romance
Publisher: Gnarly Wool Publishing
Publication Year: 2019
ASIN: B07V6R755Y
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Pamela Morsi

Pamela Morsi is a USA Today, Waldenbooks, and Barnes & Noble bestselling author of romance. She broke into publishing in 1991 with Heaven Sent and has been gracing readers with at least a book a year ever since. Two of her novels, Courting Miss Hattie (1992) and Something Shady (1996), won the Romance Writers of America’s RITA Award, the highest honor in romance publishing, and others have been RITA finalists. Her books have won critical praise from her peers, and she continues to be a shining star in the industry.

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