This is the last of the David Challon books Robert Silverberg did for Bedstand. The others:
Suburban Sin Club (#803, also The Wife Traders by Loren Beauchamp)
Thirst for Love (#802, also Wayward Wife by Loren Beauchamp and Free Sample by Loren Beauchamp)
Suburban Affair (#961), unknown if ever reprinted/pirated.
Like Illicit Affair by Mark Ryan, this is a short story collection, mainly culled from men’s digests and pulps like Trapped and Manhunt, etc.
The cover states “eleven short novels and stories.” There are no short novels in the 186 page book. The title story is a 3,000-word tale about men dating the campus slut; most of the other stories have a crime element with twist endings, but they’re not as good as the stories in Illicit Affair. Many of the male protagonists have to deal with the aftermath of a mistress — in “Hit and Run,” a man married to a rich woman (with shades of Loren Beauchamp’s Love Nest) kills his pregnant mistress, but he’s being set up by his wife and their financial adviser; “One Girl Too Many” and “Clinging Vine” deal with females scorned by cheating men; “Spoiled Brat” is about what a rich girl with a sports car does to her rapists. “Jailbait” is about a con sex game, later expanded in Don Elliott’s Flesh Pawns.
One must remember that Silverberg was spinning these formula yarns for a quick buck, much like all the books.
It’s not that bad a read, but if you’re looking for early Silverberg non-SF short stories, I would recommend Illicit Affair.