"Formula for Love" (1968) follows a "trained laboratory analyst" and scientist, Miss Halleck who always tries to maintain "cool, scientific detachment toward all men."
But, by the end of the story, our Miss Halleck has abandoned her career without any qualms. Meh, science!
"Formula for Love"
Pencils: Charles Nicholas, Inks: Vincent Alascia
Career Girl Romances #45 (June 1968)
In this next example, "Tennis or Kisses?" Marla Lund is a tennis pro. She loves her career, and excels at it.
By the end of the story, Marla has caught the heart of Reese Garner, and Reese has captured the heart of Marla's stern coach. Marriage is on the docket, and professional tennis will no longer be a part of Marla's life as a married woman.
"Tennis or Kisses?"
Career Girl Romances #57 (June 1970)
In "No Time for Kisses..." our leading lady is a show-stopping singer with adoring fans.
But as it turns out, Carl is a heart-stopper. Singing falls by the wayside, and soon, love and marriage are the "only career that matters!"
"No Time for Kisses..."
Pencils and Inks: Luis Avila
Career Girl Romances #62 (April 1971)
Now, "His Love Will Destroy Me" is a little different. From the splash page it looks like this story will turn out like the rest and love will trump career.
However, Gabe is a hunky egalitarian and decides that he and his girl should team up and pool their talents. Phew!
"His Love Will Destroy Me"
Career Girl Romances #60 (December 1970)