Never Love A Man Pulp Novel Cover Reproduction Lesbian Love Poster/Card
Let's face it, the ’50s were less than enlightened time, however, this led to seem incredibly tawdry writing where the book jacket copy was often the most sexual part of the publication
Never Love A Man was one of these and while the literary value of these books can be debated, no one can argue that the art on them wasn’t often incredible.
The cover art from Never Love A Man has been touched up and the type was redone to look good at a larger size.
In the meantime enjoy the copy from the back cover.
They were a trio of beautiful women — and they had no need for men.
An early, shattering sex experience turned Carole Rowans fiercely away from men — and into the meshes of lesbian loves. First, it was Helena, rich, stunningly attractive, insidiously tantalizing. Then Francine, in Paris, where eroticism and deviant allure were the fashion of the day. But Francine was already involved with Maria, a magnificently beautiful mulatto, beneath whose glowing bronze beauty lurked dark, amoral, unprincipled passion. Having seduced Francine, she would not give her up to any other woman!
A Novel That Explores The Reasons Why Women Turn From Men To Seek Their Own Kind Of Love