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It was natural for young Marian Morgan to feel at loose ends when her husband was away. And it was natural enough for her to fall into an affair with neighbor Joe Forrest, who had a reputation for satisfying women. But it wasn’t natural—not after young Lewis Leland saved her from drowning in a lake—for Marian to shun his advances.


Nor was there anything natural in the way that Leland became madly obsessed by her . . . following her, watching her through field glasses, always lurking just out of sight but knowing her every action—until, one night, he forced his way into her summer cottage . . .


What then?


Would she fight him? Or would she yield to him—and find that her desires were as urgent as his own?

Object of Lust by Mark West (Charles Runyon)

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