Another Kind of Love
Two unforgettable classics from the Golden Age of Pulp Fiction! Unlike most pulp romances of the 1950s and 60s, Paula Christian's heroines were thoroughly modern women--struggling to define themselves while searching for their own lasting relationships. Fully human and honest, afraid of failure, yet always hopeful, these sisters were blazing a trail, encouraging others on their path to another kind of love..."
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - schatzi - LibraryThing
It's always difficult to review these old pulp novels, because they are definitely a product of their time. The misogyny and homophobia (even coming from the lesbian characters) can be off-putting ... Read full review
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