Soft Touch by John D. Macdonald.
“A burst of passion on a lazy afternoon—leaving violence in its wake”
MICKSIDGE on Flickr.
Hill Hoyden by Lon Williams, Beacon books #162, (c)1958.
“He always took what he wanted—and what he wanted was her!”
Itsunclejim on Flickr.
Pioneer Loves by Ernest Haycox, Pocket Books, 1954.
“Stories of the heartbreaks, loves and triumphs of the men and women who tamed the west.”
I’m guessing these men are thinking ‘threesome.’
Loves of a Girl Wrestler by Ben West.
“A tigress in the ring…a temptress in the boudoir!”
“Mauled…manhandled… exhibited before lusting eyes… this lovely creature fought disgrace at the hands of bone-crushing men and passionate Amazons!”
Wow… whoever wrote the tag lines was really ellipsis happy.
Swamp Hoyden by Jack Woodford & John B. Thompson.
“They spoke of her in whispers!”
“Men chased her, charmed her, cheated her… but she outfoxed them all!”
I think we need to bring back the word ‘hoyden.’ It’s so much classier than ‘slut.’
The Merciless Mermaids, Clyde Allison.
“Agent 0008 dives into the voluptuous peril of…”