One Woman Was Not Enough!
From the back:
THE search of wide-eyed youth for love and fulfillment was never more manifest than in the wanderings of the philanderer in this biting novel. Unfortunately, the wanderlust continued even after he was married. Avidly, he went right on seeking love. Are these yearnings typical? Do they explain the adulterer, the hit-and-run husband so woefully common on the American scene?
Joe Wladowsky’s extra-marital bill-of-fare embraced such tidbits as a lovely French nurse, a pretty French-Canadian, and a delightful half-Chinese girl. There was also the pristine Miss Vernon, not to mention enchanting Soska, who yielded impulsively just before her bridal night. But trouble overwhelmed Joe . . . when he began to covet his own step-daughter. . . .
A BOLD AND DIFFERENT BOOK: COMES TO GRIPS WITH THAT SHOCKING OBSTACLE TO WEDDED BLISS—THE INCONSTANCY OF THE MALE!