They knew what they wanted… each other!
The story of Susan, Norma and Gail… three small-time models, constantly exposed to each other’s bodies. Inevitably they fell into depraved practices — but could they fight their way back to normal love?
Oddly, the earlier 1960 edition of this book also shows only two women.
From the back:
Maybe you’ve met a girl like Norma—body made for love, lips designed for kisses, flesh fashioned for the touch of caressing hands… a vision of lovely womanhood, promising and teasing and disturbing….
Maybe you’ve run into someone like Susan—dainty, soft, yet a tempest of passion—a girl wanting only your love, the joy of ecstasy with marriage or without it… a girl lusting to be your slave, bear your children….
Maybe you’ve even known a woman like Gail—and paid for the privilege. In the girlie magazines, in the ads and catalogs, you’ve seen her matchless form… given cash enough, maybe you tasted her exquisite kisses, feasted on her voluptuous beauty lying suppliant in your arms….
But you’re pretty bad if you were able to guess Norma’s depravity—understand Susan’s evil —read Gail’s warped mind. For Gail herself would pay for your lips to burn on hers, pay for your body… if you were a girl! Preferably a girl like Norma. Or maybe Susan.
HERE IS THE UNVARNISHED TRUTH ABOUT SMALL-TIME MODELS, BUSH-LEAGUE BEAUTIES-THE BEDS THEY MAKE, THE PICTURES THEY POSE, THE MEN THEY PLEASE, THE UN-NATURAL AFFECTIONS WHICH SO OFTEN CORRUPT THEM!