Earlier this year I posted scans from the cover story of Love Secrets 32, "I Fell For A Commie". The book also contains this 6-page nurse romance story, "He Wasn't My Kind of Man". The scenario is as follows: Alice Daniels is a newly hired private nurse for financier Byron Mapleton. Mapleton's handsome secretary, Michael Lester, is also a recent hire, and he and Alice are quick to team up in their task of surviving old Mapleton's grumpiness. It also looks as though something romantic might develop between Alice and Michael, until Mapleton's no-good son Craig turns up. He starts putting the moves on Alice straight away, which is bad news, because he's not the industrious student his father believes him to be.
Craig's reckless gambling ends up getting him in trouble with the mafia. He steals some money from his father to pay his gambling debts, and when old Mapleton finds the dough missing he prefers to blame Michael rather than his son. Alice spills the beans about Craig, who tries to lie his way out of trouble, unsuccessfully. Alice has already realized Craig is a loser who didn't care about her really, and her hopes that Michael might still be interested in her are realized.