by Thomas Stone
Intimate Novels #47, 1953
The back cover
reads: "Maggie, the nurse with the flaming hair, was supposed to heal and
comfort men. Instead, in her own seductive way, she destroyed them, Expelled
from a hospital for being too intimate with the interns, she took her revenge.
No man was safe in her soft, white arms--not even her own stepson! This
ravishing redhead, for the sake of position and wealth, manages to trap
a rich, old lawyer into marriage. But she scorns his slavish devotion to
desires of the flesh, exposes him to cruel ridicule--and falls hopelessly
in love with his son, who has just returned from war in Korea...Here, indeed,
is a strange triangle--with a lurid, flamboyant woman at its apex. She
uses her irresistible attractiveness to pit father against son, thus forcing
a climax so horrifying, so shocking, that the author's instructive theme
is driven home with great force." Maggie knew what she wanted, and knew
how to get it! Nothing stood in her way. Not an ailing wife, not a jealous
secretary, not even the bonds between father and son. This fiery red-head
could never control herself...especially when it can to her lust for her
husband's son. No man could ever say "no" to her...no man ever wanted to!
Only tragedy can come from this lurid web of forbidden love.
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