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In WEEKEND WIFE, Gayle Wayland is one of those outwardly normal and quite proper people. But within her lies a love of depravity that even she at first refuses to recognize, a love of depravity that eventually forces her to act.
WEEKEND WIFE — the story of a young wife haunted by the perversity seething within her. A story about one of the many problems facing our modem society.
Gayle Wayland studied herself in her bedroom mirror. She had grown a little plumper after three years of marriage. She still wasn’t plump enough to be called fat or unattractive but probably in another few years she would be.
“Damn,” Gayle said.
She left her bedroom and hurried downstairs. Her bags were packed and placed near the front door. In another few minutes Alan Payne would be stopping for her.
She went out the back door where her husband was working on another of his old cars.
“It’s almost time for me to leave,” Gayle said.
“Is it?” Richard asked.
“Well have a good time.”
Inwardly Gayle cursed again. Most husbands would have been upset if their wife went on a three-day field-trip to the mountains. Especially if one of her college classmates, tall, good-looking Alan Payne, was the one she was sharing a car with.
Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only.