She learned the facts of life and love
From the back:
“I propose to convince Miss Gilford,” announced Graycen, “that
it would be sporting of her to remove her clothing so that each
of you may satisfy your curiosity about her physical proportions.”
“What then, Chaz?” asked one of the assembled fraternity
“I am merely promising to deliver the buxom miss to you au naturel,” retorted Chaz Graycen. “As for other activities, I’m sure that any gentleman of Delta Mu is quite capable of seizing the initiative in a situation so fraught with possibilities.”
Late that evening, Marty Lou Gilford, a coed no one had gotten to first base with, walked casually down the staircase leading to the lounge room of the frat house, completely in the buff …
That was Chaz Graycen, III, president of Delta Mu, who boasted that he could do anything, and often did.
via my collection
Four women submit to scientific experimentation to help solve their intimate problems…
From the back:
Naomi R. — Could her marriage truly be violated by a forcible intruder in her bed?
Helena A. — Whom had she betrayed? Her husband? Or the stranger she met in a motel room one night?
Helga J. — To her, physical love was a “dialogue” — an intimate “conversation” with any man she liked.
Joan O. — Was her happy, normal marriage the most devastating sexual problem of all — after her “innocent” fantasy turned into a flesh-and-blood man?
This cover was pieced together out of existing artwork the publisher already owned. The woman on the right is a previously unused Tom Miller painting (probably a rejected cover for a different book). The woman on the far left is from the cover of Bedrooms Are Not For Sleeping, the middle-left one is from Group Sex, and the middle-right is from The Love Trap.
via and via Steve Wallace
She Used Her Bedroom As The Battleground For Quick Success
A continent in flames – a fortune in gold – two desirable women – combine to make the most dangerous job of all for undercover agent Quinn Leland.
A strange love transforms a young girl into womanhood
Her Name Was Joy And That’s What She Lived For
via my own collection
What does this white woman want of me?
Two young women, one tortured young man… caught in the grip of an unholy triangle
Cover art reused from the 1964 edition of The Third Way. The 1964 edition can be seen here.
They Were Trapped By Their Forbidden Love
“Miriam Gardner” was actually a pen-name for Marion Zimmer Bradley
From the back:
Dr. Nora Caine’s voice rose in anguish as she faced Jill across the room, shaken by the fervor and passion of the other girl’s kiss. Precise and scientific on the outside, Nora was still a woman — passionate and longing to love and be loved. She thought of Kit, her husband, a helpless cripple in a hospital bed, and felt a pang of remorse and pain. Yet, here was Jill, a tempting child-woman whose elfin beauty and sexuality were luring Nora away from her husband.
And to complicate things further, there was Mack — big, strong, virile Mack who was Nora’s stepbrother and Jill’s lover. These four people caught in their own private purgatory, struggled against overwhelming odds in their frenzied search for emotional happiness. Things came to an awful climax now as Jill told Nora in a passionate outburst of feeling:
“THE IDEA OF SLEEPING WITH A MAN MAKES ME SICK!”
She was a tramp — easy to take and easy to make. Then she fell in love!
She Always Got Her Own Way – No Matter What The Cost
The Street Was Their Jungle And Trouble Was Their Game
Jim Kildare faces his greatest challenge — as a doctor and as a man
Kildare’s choice — his career and a beautiful nurse, or the salvation of two young lovers