Commuter Widow By

A shocking, passionate story of a bored, scorned wife who trades her experience in love for the unschooled embraces of a teenage boy. Scorching, pulp fiction that’s been out of print for 60 years…and is nearly as scandalous today as it was then.

​​​​​​​It’s 1961 in Suburbia, U.S.A. New housing tracts, new shopping centers, and a new morality for lonesome, sex-hungry wives stuck at home while their husbands work in the city.  Susan is a loyal “commuter wife” and mother who discovers that her husband is cheating on her. So she seduces a teenage boy, teaching him how to make love to a woman. But soon he is teaching her some new things with his tenderness and passion. She’s so caught up in her forbidden affair that she’s unaware that her own teen daughter is roaming the manicured, surburban streets, looking for love herself, becoming an easy target for boys who aren’t nearly as clean-cut or innocent as they look.