The Wife's Vacation by Ray Todd
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In many cases today’s marriage is seen as a business and/or social arrangement between consenting adults rather than a continuing expression of love.

The results are obvious: casual, promiscuous infidelity, a lack of concern for the partner and the children the breakdown of the nuclear family, and the use of others for thrill-seeking — and often deviant — purposes as an end in itself instead of as a means of showing devotion and affection. Too often a loving veneer masks a core of, at best, unconcern, at worst, depravity.

THE WIFE’S VACATION is the story of one middle-aged wife, outwardly normal, who discovers an eagerness to satisfy her lustful cravings in the arms of other men. A shocking story, true, but also a mirror of our times.

As the years passed and Martin Fielding became a prosperous businessman, Jan had remained a very practical housewife who ran the home in a smooth prudent manner. Everything Jan did was orderly and well planned, like fucking every Saturday night unless she was having a period.

Jan was a very attractive woman in her mid-thirties with big smokey-grey eyes and long dark hair that she pulled back over her head and kept tied in a practical bun. Martin loved her very much, but his marriage was becoming more boring with every passing year. That was the reason he’d suggested that Jan take the girls up to Pine Ridge for a few weeks. Martin wanted some freedom with Judy Gordon, his secretary.

Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only. Note: This story is the same as catalog number TB-1013 in the original publications (a duplicate).

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