Jill and Joyce Powell were both fine nurses. There the resemblance ended. For Jill, the serious one, had always condemned her flighty sister for being fickle with men. It was not unusual for Joyce to love two of them at the same time. Of course, Jill swore that could never happen to her—until she temporarily took over her sister’s job as office nurse to a plastic surgeon. Soon Jill was losing her heart to her boss, Dr. Jerry Wheeler, and also to devilish, unpredictable Chauncy O’Brien, her neighbor. Worse yet, Joyce, who was away on a trip, was interested in both men. And by the time Jill realized which one she truly loved, it was too late to let him know.