Left alone day after day by success-minded husbands, they were forced to seek out new sources of excitement.
For The Rich, Beautiful Women Of The Suburban Fast Set, Young Dr. Justin Riley Had A Favorite Prescription
Rips The Mask From Doctors Who Mix Women And Medicine
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You Will Be Shocked. You May Be Angry. But You’ll Hang On Every Word Of This Startling, Fast Paced Story Of A Doctor Who Violates His Oath As Casually As He Violates A Woman.
“If you’ll just open the front of your dress,” Dr. Riley said coolly. Socialite Misty Powers smiled and began to take things off, everything. Her husband was away and it seemed a good time for one of Dr. Riley’s “special treatments.”
In The Sex Cure you’ll meet suave, young Dr. Justin Riley who’s ready to take sex wherever he can find it. And he’s able to find it almost everywhere in rich, fashionable suburbia. Many a pretty patient learns that Justin has some unusual and shocking remedies in his medical bag of tricks. Even a young nurse in Justin’s office finds herself on the examining couch, and she doesn’t have as much as a headache.
Then a beautiful, innocent young girl enters Dr. Riley’s life. That she is innocent does not stop Dr. Riley; it only whets his insatiable appetite. Cynically, ruthlessly, he leads her down into the depths of shame. Then the incident occurred which brought the walls and roof down on the man who thought he was outside the laws of both his profession and decency.
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To Candy Williams Life In The Country Meant Money — Liquor — And Lust…
What is a wife to do when her husband boasts of seducing her friend… and she suspects her teen-age son of following in his father’s bedroom slippers!
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Love? Honor? And BREAK EVERY VOW?
Can a modern family stand the pressures—an freedoms—of life in the suburbs where illicit relations are becoming the pattern of the day, and night? Worse, what if teenagers out-strip their parents in sin?
After her husband boasted of seducing her best friend, beautiful Candy Williams was faced by a question increasingly common in suburbia: What happened next, to her home… to her son?
And when her husband skipped town she had another big question: How should she treat Ellen Crowley’ who had a strange desire for her?
A third question really staggered her: Was her teenage son having an affair with a young married neighbor?
Sometimes there is no waiting for answers, not when your home is on fire from basement to bedroom!
A probing story of degenerating moral values that carry “togetherness” too far
They spiced their lives with other men’s wives