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Psychologists invariably agree that man has certain needs which are an inherent part of his nature. The most commonly mentioned are the physical needs-the needs for food and shelter. The need for sex-the “reproductive drive” as it is often referred to-is also considered basic to man.
We see this last need demonstrated time and time again. Witness the failure of the early Communist drive to abolish the family structure. Or the contemporary depletion of the priesthood and the institutions of monasteries and convents.
Marie Taylor is a woman whose normal drive for sex has been frustrated by the death of her husband, and her subsequent reluctance to “get involved” with men again for fear of becoming “attached” and then losing her man once more. And when Marie and her fourteen-year-old son Ronnie take a winter vacation with Marie’s divorced sister and her two teenage sons, the frustrated woman’s problem comes to a head. What begins as an innocent vacation, turns into a night of inc#stuous lust, and soon both sisters and all three young boys are doing things they would not have believed possible previously.
Horny Aunt Marie-the story of a woman who comes to terms with her own nature and needs. A novel of significance to our ever-changing society.
Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only. Note: This story is the same as catalog number GE-1013 in the original publications (a duplicate).