In the Shadows (Lesbian Pulp Fiction)

In the Shadows Lesbian Pulp Fiction First Digital Edition Lesbian Fiction Pulp Grier Rating A She Couldn t Keep Her Hands Off Her Brother s Wife What torture to be in the same room with Kathy not being able to say what she really felt a

  • Title: In the Shadows (Lesbian Pulp Fiction)
  • Author: Joan Ellis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • First Digital Edition Lesbian Fiction Pulp Grier Rating A She Couldn t Keep Her Hands Off Her Brother s Wife What torture to be in the same room with Kathy not being able to say what she really felt about her, not being able to fondle her warm, nude body as she posed on the podium Yes, Elaine Ransome had been successful her whole life competing against men she d First Digital Edition Lesbian Fiction Pulp Grier Rating A She Couldn t Keep Her Hands Off Her Brother s Wife What torture to be in the same room with Kathy not being able to say what she really felt about her, not being able to fondle her warm, nude body as she posed on the podium Yes, Elaine Ransome had been successful her whole life competing against men she d climbed to the top of the ladder over their dead tired bodies, but she needed and wanted something And for a while, kittenish Terry Brooks fulfilled that powerful desire within her.Then her brother brought his wife, Kathy, to the city, and temptation built up within Elaine to a smashing climax she couldn t control

    One thought on “In the Shadows (Lesbian Pulp Fiction)”

    1. "She Couldn't Keep Her Hands Off Her Brother's Wife"The above back cover blurb says it all.In The Shadows is from the paperback genre often referred to as the "sleazy pulps", but really they were just noir-ish melodramas peppered with some racy sex scenes.I have a huge addiction to these vintage paperback pulps. Originally I began collecting them for the knockout, colorful, sexy cover art. But many of these books are just as enticing between the covers. They were often well written, engaging sto [...]

    2. "She Couldn't Keep Her Hands Off Her Brother's Wife"The above back cover blurb says it all."In The Shadows" is "Mad Men" meets "Pulp Fiction". It is from the paperback genre often referred to as the "sleazy pulps", but really they were just noir-ish melodramas peppered with some racy sex scenes.I have a huge addiction to these vintage paperback pulps. Originally I began collecting them for the knockout, colorful, sexy cover art. But many of these books are just as enticing between the covers. Th [...]

    3. I am not sure if this book was really written by a woman because I doubt the authenticity of the description of the main character as a female persona. For instance which lesbian will rent 3 apartments simultaneously just because she is hiding her sexual preference? Secondly, her conversation on sleeping with men seemed to me pretensious. So while this book may have been entertaining it also seems to insulting to me because the writer seems to not have a genuine clue to how a lesbian will act in [...]

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