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In THE EAGER WIFE, Sheila Mitchell is one of those outwardly proper and quite normal people. But within her a perverse desire for swinging lies coiled like a snake, waiting only for the proper stimulus to arouse it.
THE EAGER WIFE — a fictional story about a society that refuses to face many of its real problems.
They had waited all year for this Hawaiian vacation, and they were determined to have a fucking good time. The group stood around the hotel lobby, chattering excitedly, while Paul Gamer, sales manager of Trojan Textiles and their leader, completed their final room arrangements at the desk.
“Oh,” said pretty Jan Olsen, brushing her long, blonde hair back from her face. “I just can’t believe I’m really in Hawaii!”
“I can’t either,” beamed Eric, her handsome, blond husband. In his mid-twenties, Eric Olsen was the youngest salesman in his company’s history to win this sales-incentive vacation. The other winner this year was Martin Mitchell, in his early forties.
“Well, darling,” Martin smiled to his lovely wife, Sheila. “It’s been a long time, but we finally made it.”
Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only. Note: This story is the same as catalog number GE-1032 in the original publications (a duplicate).