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Psychologists have long noted that man is a gregarious animal whose need for affection and emotions is as real and basic as his need for food and shelter.
This social need is reflected many times over in our everyday lives. Thus is the teenaged boy who frequently smokes marijuana, though he dislikes it, because he fears being branded “straight” by his friends. Thus is the suburban housewife who turns to an illicit affair because her husband, totally dedicated to his business, cannot or will not give her the affection she craves.
DADDY’S HOT DAUGHTER is the story of a young American girl, Paula Condor. A bright teenager living with her loving widowed father, Paula is nonetheless filled with an overwhelming need for emotional security. Thus it is that she turns to her father for the affection she craves — and for more than mere affection, but sex, also. For Paula, seeking affection and love from her father becomes a way of life, her norm. And for how many other young people like her?
A novel that poses a timely question for our increasingly decentralized American families.
Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only. Note: This story is the same as catalog number TB-1020 in the original publications (a duplicate).