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The turmoil which the institution of marriage is undergoing in our society seems to be greater than at any other time in our nation’s history. We have seen, in recent years, the continual rise of the divorce rate. The occurrence of mate-swapping and infidelity has also increased.
The Marlows are an example of a typical American couple who find their marriage on shaky ground. To all outward appearances, they are leading a normal life in their suburban neighborhood-Don holds down a respectable, white-collar job; Connie putters around the house and yard, tending to her house-cleaning and caring for their teenaged children. Both enjoy an active social life with neighbors and friends. But their sexual incompatibility forces them to defy conventional morality and indulge in illicit sex.
THE NEIGHBOR’S HOT WIFE-the story of one couple trying to come to terms with their marriage and themselves. That they find no easy answer is mute testimony to the problems besetting modern marriage. Their story is a word of warning, a message in our troubled times.
Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only. Note: This story is the same as catalog number SE-1026 in the original publications (a duplicate).