One Kind of Woman

Beacon B251 1959

A Bold Novel Of Perversity — And Forbidden Paths

From the back:

EILEEN was a delicious morsel. Inevitably she aroused the appetites not only of men but of women — twisted, perverse women. The only thing strange was that she allowed such women to take forbidden liberties…! But tender little Eileen found that men cruelly mishandled her. Her own husband drove her away by his abuse, taught her that solely from such ardent creatures as Suzanne could she expect the compliant softness, the velvety delicacy, which spelled satisfaction in love.
At the “joy palace” of a hotel where Eileen worked as hostess, she had Suzanne along to supply warm companionship. Soon the job forced Eileen into relation-ships with the opposite sex. It looked as if at last she would be cured of her abnormality and exchange whole-some affection with a man—particularly big Pete Tate. But Pete and Suzanne squabbled over her. And then her sadist of a husband suddenly reappeared, brutally insistent that she fulfill her wifely duties….
A NOVEL THAT TAKES A BOLD, NEW LOOK AT THE CAUSES AND CURES OF TWISTED LOVE

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