Office Game

Beacon F477Y

Jim Manning’s pretty secretaries had to play the game to keep their jobs. Then Cute Ann Lincoln took over — and wanted even more than Jim could handle!

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Sexbound

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Beacon B822X 1961

If You Dare — Share The Excitement Of These Couples Trapped In A Cozy Motel — Isolated By Storm, By Seduction, And By Their Own Utter Lack Of Morality!

From the back:

It was one of those motels so common along the turnpike, but it had its special features. Pretty Vinnie, for instance, who attracted men like Joe Stacy more than their wives did. Naturally he stopped by often. So did couples like Jane and Bruce, both married — but not to each other. On the night the blizzard burst over the highway, all were marooned — and the isolation killed inhibition. A pair of travelers, Virginia and Sally, found themselves sharing a single bed. Lydia Lane was ready to spend the night with anyone. Even Barbara, Joe’s beautiful wife, showed up — with another man.

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Cancel These Vows

Monarch 245, 1962

Suburban Husbands And Wives On The Loose And On The Prowl

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Nest Of Summer Widows

Beacon B528F 1962

Each Monday Morning Their Husbands At The Fashionable Summer Resort Returned To The City Leaving Behind A… Nest Of Summer Widows

On weekends Lake Powhatan seemed like any pleasant resort for young married couples. But all during the week — while the husbands were at their jobs in the city — the bored and restless wives filled their days and nights — with different lovers!

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Trap of Lesbos (1962)

Beacon B523F 1962

Her Husband Had No Time For Love… So Myra Turned To Sharon — Who Did!
Fearlessly reveals the dark urges of women who love women… yet have a compelling need for men!

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Passion’s Captive

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Passion's Captive paperback cover, 1966
Leisure Book #1128 1966

Manacles Held His Hands — But Not His Body!

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Tramp Steamer

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Tramp Steamer by John Dexter, Greenleaf, 1965
Leisure Book #1115 1965

Wanton Guests On A Sin Cruise Of Shame!

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Swing Shift

MIDWOOD F384 1964

It was a sleepy little town by day… but a glittering jewel of corruption by night!

From the back:

WANDERING WIVES
Chris… who worked nights as a hostess in a nightclub owned by a man who insisted on driving her home… the long way!
Mercy… who needed more than her husband was able to give her and decided to let every man in town know it!
Lize… who took her pleasure wherever and whenever she could find it, even if it meant seducing her friend’s husband… or her neighbor’s pretty young wife!
Three Attractive Young House Wives… Each With Her Own Problem, Each With Her Own Need, Each With Her Own Reason for Going on a Sexual Spree

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Thank You, Call Again

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Midwood [Canadian] 32-413, 1964
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She wonder how much longer she could lead a double life — that of a dutiful housewife by night and a high-priced call-girl by day.

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Sappho of Lesbos (1964)

Paperback Library 53-269 1964

The perverse pleasures of her orgies and her sexual excesses paled before the flooding desire she felt with her virile warrior.

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Love Doctor (1959)

Stanley Library SL-70 1959

His Man Starved Female Patients Wouldn’t Let Him be True to His Torrid Wife!

From the back:

Their marriage—the young, handsome doctor and the beautiful blonde—got started wrong.
Clyde’s gentle, Dresden-doll approach to Norma was out of character—but he couldn’t help himself… couldn’t help the mental block that rooted in his childhood.
Reacting to her aloofness, he acquired a mistress while on his honeymoon—and went back to his inveterate girl chasing… till
Norma caught him cold, and walked out—going back to her first boy-friend, a live-wire public relations executive who had taught her the passion and violence of love.
This is life—raw, harsh, ruthless—the way people like Clyde and Norma make it for themselves! A NOVEL THAT DISSECTS THE SHAM OF ATOMIC-AGE LOVE!

A 1961 edition is here

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