Posts Categorized: Louis Lorraine

The Split-Level Game By

The Split-Level Game A Scorched-Sheets Glimpse of Surburbia in the 1960s

When Lelia was Spence Hawk's secretary, she went out of her way to satisfy all of his whims and physicals desires. But now that they are married, and living in a split-level home in suburbia, she's concentrating on satisfying her own, seemingly insatiable physical needs in this new, free-wheeling society where all the norms are questioned. She made a game of it -- quantity over quality, that was what counted. Spence is enjoying the freedoms too, but is also beginning to feel the price, especially after a no-rules, "trade partners" party shatters everything.

Commuter Widow By

Commuter Widow 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.

Vintage Sleaze 3: 12 Forbidden Novels from the 1950s and 1960s By //////

Vintage Sleaze 3: 12 Forbidden Novels from the 1950s and 1960s TWELVE forbidden, sexy novels from the 1950s and early 60s, out of print for decades, collected in one volume:
CIRCLE OF SIN by March Hastings
SEASON FOR SIN by Louis Lorraine
LUST FOR YOUTH by Warner Jackson
TORMENTED by Carolyn Weston
COMMUTER WIDOW by Louis Lorraine
JUDGE NOT MY SINS by Stuart James
VEIL OF TORMENT by March Hastings
HOT BLOOD by John Burton Thompson
TWISTED LOVE by Mark Tryon
OBSESSED by March Hastings
ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD by John Burton Thompson

Season for Sin By

Season for Sin It’s the early 1960s. A tormented couple desperate to escape their troubled pasts and to satisfy their carnal desires run off to a secluded, very exclusive, lake-front resort where clothing is optional.. the staff are experts at all the sensual pleasures, and savage lusts are stoked until they are raging infernos that devour reason, torch propriety, and incinerate the boundaries of human ecstasy. And, on top of that, there’s free parking and an all-you-can-eat buffet.