She wanted a man just like her sister had – so she took him.
Can A Woman Find Happiness When Her Husband, Her Lover’s Wife, Her Past Are All Against Her?
Sex-driven fulfillment she needed, lovely Darlene Hart was caught in the trap of greed and hate…
From the back:
SHE HAD SOLD HERSELF FUR MONEY —BUT COULD SHE NOW EXCHANGE MEN’S LUSTS FOR ONE MAN’S LOVE?
Until she met big Luke Carr, her husband’s employer, beautiful but abused Darlene Hart had given in to all the loathsome demands Ben had put on her spirit and ripe body to satisfy his greed for money. Then she fell in love with Luke—and knew he was the only man she ever wanted to surrender herself to, completely and without restraint.
But to get Luke she had to overcome her past, Ben’s opposition and Luke’s wife, Nora, who had her own, secret reasons for not letting Luke free … reasons more strange than any vices to which Darlene had been forced to submit.
A STORY BRINGING INTO SHARP FOCUS THE QUESTION OF WHETHER SOCIETY EVER MAKES AN EXCEPTION FOR THE WOMAN WITH A “PAST” WHOSE GREATEST DESIRE IS SIMPLY TO LOVE AND BE LOVED!
She’d felt safe and secure in her marriage until a lovely spectre from a secret past returned to reawaken the dormant hungers.
From the back:
To her husband, friends and neighbors, Alice Rittenhouse was the epitome of the modern young housewife… well-bred, attractive, sensitive and happily married. Then, without warning, a strange act of fate threatened to destroy the foundations of her well-ordered existence… and expose the sordid and shameful secrets she had tried so desperately to keep hidden from her husband.
Laura Duchamp presents the shocking story of a beautiful and intelligent young woman, suddenly forced to choose between two altogether different types of love.
She Was Always Faithful — To Her Latest Lover
She wondered what her brother would do when he realized he was sharing his new bride with his own… Kid Sister
This cover has been my own personal white whale. I have been looking for a decent scan since 2010.
My Husband Won’t Love Me — Will You?