In THE SEX CURE you'll meet suave, young Dr. Justin Riley who's ready to take sex wherever he can find it. And he's able to find almost everywhere in rich, fashionable suburbia.
Many a pretty patient learns that Justin has some unusual and shocking remedies in his medical bag of tricks.
The author herself referred to THE SEX CURE as "The Peyton Place of Cooperstown." It is a thinly-disguised portrayal of the people of the town. In one particular instance a character's name differed from that of the real-life resident upon whom she was based by only one letter. That resident, who had the strongest case, sued the author and publisher for libel, asking for $600,000 in damages.