To Sarine, sex was a weapon, to be used whenever she wanted.
Cabaret singer Sarine Duvall’s style and voice are sultry, sexy and magnetic… and it drives reasonable men wild with lust. That is Sarine’s power, and she knows how to wield it, using it to move to bigger and better New York clubs, and more attractive, possessive, and deadly men. No one wants her more than Paul, a married musician whose wife isn’t about to let him out of her matrimonial grip, and is willing to fight tooth and claw, lips and breasts, to keep him.
A raw, sensual, classic of pulp fiction noir, back in print for the first time in over 60 years.March Hastings / Lesbian Pulp Fiction, Sexy Fiction