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  • Night Lust / Lust Feast by Ken Gardner

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    Peter Arliss was only a boy the first time he crept down the hall and peeked into the room where Jane and Charlotte were playing their erotic games. They soon made a man of him as they included him in every deviation imaginable. Under the skilled tutelage of these two insatiable fiends, Peter was seduced into a way of life that he knew to be abnormal, but was powerless to stop his mad descent into the depths of depravity. As the young slave, he performed the most intimate servces required by his strange mistresses. As a boy who wanted to taste normality, he roamed the night — peering at others even more debauched than he. Peter sought the thrill of seeing women undressing and doings things no person should do. He witnessed an underbelly of society known only to the perverted, and learned to consider it as his own. He discovered the joys of degeneracy and, in turn, became the pawn of every twisted female desire int own. Would he ever find a normal woman who could save him? Or would he end his twisted life emneshed in a world of NIGHT LUST!

    A passion procession leads to a blood orgy! From Satan himself comes eight tales of debauchery and degradation. Tormented souls bound by flesh agonies, causing a downward spiral that ended in the fiery pits of hell! Love slaves, pain enthusiasts, sex maniacs; all suffered the endless, eternal torments of shrieking damnation!

  • Lust Holiday / Vice House by Thomas Ramirez

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    It was the night of the big Hollywood orgy. Aleta and Derek slipping separately away. Hollywood had remodeled Aleta, turned her into a creature of lust, a wanton plaything. And then Derek understood what was happening, and he raced to the carnal house to claim his wife and settle a few scores. The orgy was in full swing, but then no one knew there was a dead girl upstairs, out of the way of the sin set!

    The solemn occasion of his father’s funeral doesn’t seem quite right to Rory Foran. There is something evil, which first manifests itself in the form of a beautiful blonde who turns up in his bedroom . . . and who has been brutally tortured in the bargain. First, Rory had to find the answer to the big riddle: how does the once lumber-rich family continue to exist as if the big money were still rolling in? There must be something bringing in evil money, and he must find out what that abomination is. And what of his mother? Is she wrapped up in the maze of shame, this degraded means through which he must search out the truth?

  • Man Hungry / Passion Doll by Donald Westlake

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    No man couldwithstand the onslaught of her gypsy magnetism — all other women were swept aside, all other romances laid waste. Janice was a man-killer who stalked her lovers with deadly instinct. She brought to life the character from Dan Blake’s book, devastating him; destroying Dave Markham, who fought her viciously, only to succumb to her instaiable desires. When she finished with one man she tore through another. She was MAN HUNGRY and there was more than one man on her menu!

    Something had always been missing in Chris Landenbury’s life . . . something of love and ecstasy that even Robert, her steady lover, couldn’t provide for her. There was nothing left for her but to run away, seeking the elusive sensations that she knew would turn ordinary shame and degradation into the most fiery of passions. And they were all waiting for her, the men . . . even one debased lady in the dark motel . . . eagerly wanting to insure her every success for the vixen on the sin tour!

  • Lustful Betrayal by Tawanna Cain

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    Charley: Last year of living in fear. Last year of being the nerd. And last year to tell Miguel how I feel. The latter may never happen, but who knows this is high school

    Miguel: Last year of high school. Last chance to fuck the baddest girl at the school and prove once and for all that I am the man. Yes I might like her a little, but what is that to a $100 bet.

  • Between Two Worlds by Jessica Lovelace

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    Four men, three choices, two worlds, one secret.

    Sometimes the best thing you can do is face the thing you fear the most.

    Logan: she was the most beautiful woman I’d ever met. We were destined to be together.

    Daniel: we were childhood sweethearts even if she didn’t know it. When she came back into my life I knew I had to try.

    Mason: giving her up destroyed my life. Finding her again almost ruined me again.

    Father: she broke my heart the day she left. I spent 13 years trying to win her back. But now it might be too late.

    The story of a woman who returns home after thirteen years to discover as much as things have changed, they’ve also stayed the same.

    A story of love, fear, the past and the power of forgiveness.

  • The Invitation / The Married Kind by Bette Held

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    Here is a daring tale about suburbanites who turn business into sex, and sex into business…who turn off their consciences when they turn off their lights…and who live by one rule only: Anything goes! As you read what happens to Barry Johns and his wife, remember this novel is based on the actual facts of suburbia’s spreading immorality…and consider what you yourself might do if you ever receive…THE INVITATION

    Then… Eve Hadley was more than pretty. She was warm and wanting. So why should she try to content herself with one man? Ed Hadley was her husband. But he was having affairs with other women. That gave Eve a perfect excuse to seek solace with a neighbor. And that launched the mate-trading. Eve and her neighbor, her husband and the neighbor’s wife. Still it wasn’t enough. For greater kicks, Eve snared a teenager…

  • The She Wolves / Orgy Town by Jay Carr

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    They were four seductive women . . . each with secret, sensual dreams and desires. And when Sam Ennis came to town, they promptly lined up in a race for his attentions. Maude Simmons, awake in her new full-blown beauty and restless nights, thought she knew what Sam planned to do. Her only question was, which woman would he select? Marge wanted Sam’s kisses to kill the taste of her love-empty bedtime sessions with her relator husband, Harold. Cindy, Marge’s man-hungry sister-in-law, had to see for herself if Sam was the great lover Marge claimed him to be. Anna Winston, luscious call-girl brought to town by Marge’s husband for reasons of his own, gladly made the fourth girl in the love line-up. Always ready to mix business with pleasure, she knew that a man like Sam could give her both!

    Jack had women, too many women. That was the trouble. When sultry Verve used her body to get him to find her kid sister, Lois, it was the start of Jack’s woman trouble. Because Lois had cut out for Harbortown, a little weekend village on the Massachusetts coast that had been taken over by wild kids. Mad teenagers who took their kicks any way they could get it! Jack had his hands full, not only with sultry Lois, but with passionate Terry who wanted to share his motel room, and with the nameless Latin girl on the dunes. It was a mad weekend of sin!

  • Sex Pack / Sin Heist by David Case

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    SIN FOOD . . . eaten wherever it could be found, and they gorged themselves day or night, wherever their lusts lead them. For they were the sin vagabonds, who stopped at nothing to get their sin kicks. Black-haired Jennifer, the harlot fromthe clip-joint circuit . . . Ashe, the stud who’d rather take his wantons by force than let a woman give him her love . . . Vance, the nice guy who could assault a woman as fast as he could slug a man. Down the passion road they rolled, a screaming Gemorah of lust looking for the next twisted orgy as their . . . PASSION ROUTE!

    RUSTIC LUST . . . the goings-on at the cabin would not make a believable tale to tell . . . either to get Keith out of the shameful mess that was developing, or to place the blame in the proper place with the brutal authorities. He’d had the upper hand once, but he was not helplessly captive before the lusty, merciless wanton, Shirley, in the seclusion of the — SHAME CABIN!

  • Just The Two Of Us / One Kind Of Woman by Barbara Brooks

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    CONNIE . . . the sleek and sensuous redhead, cynical and shockproof, a specialist in catering to the coarse demands of jaded men as well as the secret needs of lonely young women. JOANNE . . . the angel-faced blonde, fragile and appealing, nurturing a neurotic jealousy that demanded vicious and savage revenge. SUSAN . . . a small-town brunette with big-city dreams, breathlessly eager and painfully naive, too young and innocent to cope with the evil forces that lurked behind the glittering tinsel of the neon jungle.

    Eileen was a delicious morsel. Inevitably she aroused the appetites not only of men, but of women — twisted, perverse women. The only thing strange was that she allowed such women to take forbidden liberties . . . ! But tender, little Eileen found that men cruelly handled her. Her own husband drove her away by his abuse, taught her that solely from such ardent creatures as Suzanne could she expect the compliant softness, the velvety delicacy, which spelled satisfaction in love.

  • Fateful Voyage by Danielle Van Alst

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    What lengths would you go to for love? A terminally ill heiress trying to make the most of what little time she has left and a suave mobster on the run from the executioners electric chair, meet and fall in love on a trans-pacific crossing from San Francisco to Tokyo, each without knowing the other’s tragic secret. Little do they know, they are each journeying toward their doomed fate while cheerfully masquerading under ballroom lights, breezy late-night dinners, cocktail conversations, and a whirlwind shore excursion in Hawaii. Along the way, they encounter a cast of characters who help bring them together and who seek to drive them apart. Communicating their innermost thoughts and desires through letters slipped under each other’s cabin door, their bond becomes deeper than anything that they have ever known. The clock is ticking… they have weeks to find happiness in each other’s arms.

  • Wrath and Mercy (Sins of the Virtuous Book 5) by Faye Hall

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    Would you show mercy to the lover who deserted you?

    Finley Helmer thought he had it all when Elina Clemence invited him into her bed. When circumstances forced them apart, he vowed to return to her as quickly as possible. He never imagined it would be years before he would be reunited with the woman he loves, and in the process he would be thrown into a world of smuggling black opals, drugs, and aboriginal slaves.

    Elina was ripped away from her home and the man she loved when her father took her to Australia to start a new life. He promised her beauty and opportunity. Instead, she found herself forced into a marriage with a cruel and abusive man, who has a grown daughter who’s determined to destroy her.

    When her husband dies, leaving Elina his fortune, constant accidents follow her, threatening her life. Elina is a profitable shipping tycoon, with control over most of the town’s supply. But despite her powerful position, her heart still aches for the man she once loved who disappeared from her life without a trace.

    Finding themselves passionately reunited, Finley and Elina discover the cruelty that tore them from each other. As they search for answers, they uncover the unrelenting wrath and vengeance of an opium addict who will stop at nothing until she has possession of the black opals she thinks they are hiding.

    Can Finley and Elina escape the horror that seems to be following them, or will they fall victim to the greed of an addict? And can they find the courage to once again trust each other with their hearts?

  • Climbing The Walls (Hart & Cole Book 1) by Sacha T. Y. Fortuné

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    Kris fell, head over heels over hormones, for the damaged b*tch who became his power-woman sex-goddess wife. All Nicole wants is to be a better mother & a wife more worthy of her “perfect” husband, but she is constantly yanked away by her overbearing boss Darren Hart.

    But Darren has marital problems of his own – and, when he confides in her, Nicole realises just how easily a happy marriage can crumble.

    …Can she keep her own from doing the same?

  • The Day Sex Robots Worked Customer Service by Jonathan Manor

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    San Francisco is changing. With people all over the world pouring into the city, the cost of living is rising and poverty is overflowing. Squatting in an abandoned home in the Mission, Succo, the new and improved sex robot with a conscience attempts to navigate life in San Francisco, questioning what little opportunity he has to climb the economic ladder to a life of comfort. Even as he knows that he is a robot, the superior species to humankind, he still must struggle beneath the heel of a life working in customer service and the feeling that at any moment he may fall deeper into poverty.

  • Unlike Others / Third Sex Syndrome by Valerie Taylor

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    Jo is a rather good worker at a small magazine, but finds her love life in turmoil after ending a relationship with Karen, who used her for kicks and nothing more. She intends to focus on her work . . . until a new girl comes into the office. But Betsy appears to be straight, even dating their boss, Stan. Yet Jo still feels lonely in the midst of all this and goes venturing into the twilight realm she inhabits, while constantly terrified of being found out. She knows all the joints where girls swing her way and soon finds Linda, who seems reliable enough. Despite the powerful attraction they have, Jo longs for Betsy and the world they could have together. As Besty’s relationship with Stan becomes tumultuous, she turns to Jo for help and comfort . . . giving her the perfect opportunity to find out if the girl really is straight.

    Then, Sharon feels trapped in her current situation—seemingly unable to escape an abusive relationship and longing for true passion. Thankfully her friend Kermit takes a load off her by bringing the girl to a swinging party full of wealthy suburbanites. Sharron soons finds out that the wife of the host, Leda, is also enduring some troubles of her own thanks to her husband. A relationship soon forms between the two girls amongst the swingers and they decide it would be best to leave town. Sharon takes Leda to her hometown, where things take a turn for the worst—making the girls question whether they can have a life together, or not.

  • Miss Dream Girl / Hustler’s Holiday by Jay Hart

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    THE CONTESTANTS! They came from small towns and big cities, in all sizes and shapes . . . saucy virgins and knowing tramps, dazzling blondes and smoldering brunettes . . . every one of them intoxicated by the same avid hunger . . . to be admired and adored and accepted into the glittering world of the charm peddlers.
    THE RULES! Keep smiling and keep moving . . . let the audience think they’re the ones who will pick the winner . . . but never forget that the lucky girl is chosen by the men who run the contest . . . and long before the first girl ever steps into the splotlight. If you want to win, it isn’t what you’ve got to offer that counts, IT’S WHAT YOU’RE WILLING TO GIVE!

    AVID LIVING . . . They met and desired. After all, what harm could there be in a little tom-catting when a guy is far away from his wife’s loving arms. More than one can imagine. There is no such thing as having a lust-cake and eating it—for long, anyway. Fun is fun, especially erotic capers, but, one gets what one pays for—whether in goods or . . . LUST-SERVICES!

  • Felicia / They Call It Sin by Mark Dane

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    Felicia, the woman left stranded in the wake of her husband’s death—the man who loved all except her. She was a sly temptress who was hated by all under the pretense that she actually murdered her spouse. Taking to booze and cheap thrills she set off to ruin her image and did so in spades. Then along came Paul, a down-on-his-luck singer who found employment taking care of Felicia’s mansion. But he soon found himself swept in a whirlpool of death, deceit and decadence as a romance blossomed—but the only thing stripped down was Felicia’s twisted barriers.

    Then, Celestine’s heritage had left in her a strain too wild, too rebellious to be dealt with successfully by the simple folk who adopted her from the loving arms of Sister Rosalia. Child born of sin, destined to love and be loved . . . but always by the wrong man. That’s the story of Celestine or, as she came to think of herself, The Forsaken One. It is a story of adventure and misadventure, of love and of hate.