Spur To The Smoke

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Son of a famous gun-fighter — he tried to live without killing

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I Know the Score

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Maxi Taught Men To Love Her… Dressed Or Undressed!!

From the back:

EACH GIRL TAUGHT HIM SOMETHING DIFFERENT!
EMMY was sweet and young and she had never been loved before, but she changed him into a man.
LESSON 1; A girl can say “No” right up until the last minute when she really means “Yes” from the first kiss.
GLORIA scorned his country manner, yet became a jungle creature in his arms.
LESSON 2: A little taming can drive a girl wild.
MAXI wouldn’t marry him because she had his future in mind, though tonight was what counted most.
LESSON 3: When a girl uses her head, she loses her heart.
BETTY liked to be chased even after she was caught.
LESSON 4: Keep chasing a girl until she catches you.
WINNING HEARTS DEPENDS ON WHO KEEPS SCORE!

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On Company Time

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Robin found an exciting job in the big city!

From the back:

IN CONFERENCE WITH THE BOSS
Robin was too hip not to realize that she had been hired for her stunning looks as much as for her typing ability. And although she was still inexperienced she knew that she would be charmed and pleased if he made a play for her. This is the penetrating story of what happened when Robin’s most exciting expectations were fulfilled.

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The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing

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The playboy, the beauty, the artist, and the murder that shocked the world

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Passion’s Way

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From the back:

To Lois Robeson, sex freedom was perfectly normal. Her mother had gone through several love affairs and so Lois was quite familiar with the art of love. It was something she could take in her stride. What she preferred was to take refuge in books and daydreams. It was only natural, therefore., that she should become a writer; only natural that she should give herself to any man she found attractive. And only natural also that she should become disillusioned and heartbroken because of the demands of her body’s passions.

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Tempting Tigress (Original Title: Bedtime Blonde)

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Her Door Was Always Open To A Man Who Was Able To Pay

This same novel was later again re-titled Hollywood Hellcat

The Shocking Story Of What A Woman Must Do To Become A Star

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Cindy: Very Private Nurse

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She was a hot blooded young medical aide, assigned to provide ‘special care’ to an over-wrought writer of lusty books… who tried to live up to his image, even though confined to a hospital bed!

From the back:

The patient was Gardiner Holt, prize-winning author of novels noted for their frankness. He was bleeding heavily from a long, nasty cut on his left arm. The diagnosis: attempted suicide! Nurse Cindy Bishop was told to provide the Tender Loving Care that would pull Holt out of his depression. The doctor’s instructions were vague—but Cindy and her patient soon got down to specifics—like high-powered necking in a hospital bed. And when Dr. William Manning saw how rapidly Holt improved he wanted some of the same medicine himself!

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The Conquering Prince

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He Ruled By The Sword — She By Her Caresses

This entire book can be read here