Women In Love — But Not With Men
From the back:
Madelaine Carr was a lesbian. She was small and slender and young and very beautiful, and her body had never known the touch of a man. Sheila Paine was a nympho-maniac. She was big and blonde and beautiful, and she never found the satisfaction she was seeking so desperately with men.
They met in Provincetown, the madcap summer resort on the tip of Cape Cod. They met… and the world went up like a keg of dynamite!