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The Carson Davis Files: PUREL SEX
     

The Carson Davis Files: PUREL SEX

by Carson Davis
 
PLURAL SEX is about people who share not only a house but everything else. Nothing is held back. These are swingers who claim to be the vanguard of an increasing social trend. This is a raw and bold, intimate and graphic expose.
They did more than merely care for one another, for they shared total intimacy without restrictions. Their lives were designed to

Overview

PLURAL SEX is about people who share not only a house but everything else. Nothing is held back. These are swingers who claim to be the vanguard of an increasing social trend. This is a raw and bold, intimate and graphic expose.
They did more than merely care for one another, for they shared total intimacy without restrictions. Their lives were designed to explore and enjoy every possible byway to sensual pleasures and to build a unified family quite different from the socially acceptable one-to-one union of a married couple. This was open sex in a wildly free way between a set of people totally devoted to the concept of intimacy without boundaries. And over all of this was the bonding of a totally new kind of family.
In the book, Carson Davis presents a fascinating study of a totally different living standard, an experiment in social structure in which a select group of people are involved in a startlingly interesting social experiment.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Chapter One: Laura
Chapter Two: Jimmy
Chapter Three: Nancy
Chapter Four: Ralph

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015987836
Publisher:
HALDOLEN
Publication date:
01/30/2013
Series:
The Carson Davis Files , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
184 KB

Meet the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Carson Davis is just another pen name for a rather prolific writer who had many other pen names and scores of books published during his writing career.
The author reports that when he started writing his agent told him that the really hungry market for beginning writers was the so-called “adult novels” aimed at male sexual fantasies. This market, over the years, changed dramatically. When his publishers started releasing case-history books he created the Carson Davis name, which appeared on some twenty pocketbooks. While they are not presented as anything other than a light fictional erotica, they do underscore some very realistic social realities of our times. The author took special care to ground the Carson Davis Files with very realistic truths concerning the world in which we all live.
The realistic grounding of his work is starkly evident. And his continual message reflects a non-judgmental attitude about people’s moral ethics.
He writes:

I have lived in Southern California most of my life, and perhaps that has molded my own personal convictions concerning morality. I’ve experienced marriage in a wonderful way. And like “Carson Davis” I’ve been convinced that real love and commitment comes when people are willing to share their lives together in an honest and loving manner. How that shapes itself is a matter of each person’s beliefs and standards.
These books, under the Carson Davis byline, have always been an especially rewarding experiment, for they gave me a chance to express a lot of basic thoughts and ideas which can’t be articulated in straight novels in exactly the same way. In the case history format I was able to examine ideas and concepts that reached across many cultural and religious borders. The only restriction was the theme of each book. Beyond that I could do pretty much what seemed most reasonable.
I didn’t depend only on my own knowledge concerning human sexology, but drew upon the excellent advice of a minister and therapist willing to share solid information dealing with the thematic material all of these books covered. Because of this I have felt they offered very important truths about life, sex, relationships and some essential insights into a wide array of thinking concerning the human condition.
It is enough to say these books were popular and have found circulation throughout the world.

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