Dangerous, Deceptive Webs: A Dangerously Erotic Thriller

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iUniverse, Jan 12, 2012 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Sexually explicit and dangerously exciting, Dangerous, Deceptive Webs explores the fine line of intimacy separating normal sex from abnormal sex. Three people find themselves ensnared in a love triangle of a different sort: victim, stalker, and rescuer, and each will be forced to re-examine his or her own definition of morality along the way. How far will each go in the pursuit of the fairy tale that is a happy endingand what does that even mean? Each will also be forced to confront his or her own past as it tortures their present and imperils their future.

Dr. Albertino has had two marriages ruined by sex and is determined to make his next relationship last, but will he be successful? His quest for the fairy tale is a tortured one, and his sessions with a beautiful therapist may hold more danger than safety for both.

The destructive powers of inappropriate sex, stalking, sex addiction, and incest seem to drive their lives. Can they learn how to escape the many traps in their paths?

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About the author (2012)

For forty years, Steven W. Pollard, Ph.D., has worked with married patients and sex offenders as a clinical psychologist. He is the author of Chronic Pain, a guide to coping skills based on personal experiences. The divorced father of three grown children, he lives and practices in Hilo, Hawaii.

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