The Seduction Game by Vin Fields (Midwood #33-882, 1967)
A medicore book in two ways — the Rader cover art and the text, which takes on the common theme of a mother and daughter vying for the same man.
19-year-old Jean Shaw is the product of divorced parents. She doesn’t get along with her mother, whom she lives with, and she only sees her traveling father once or twice a month, and she loves him desperately. She doesn’t admit it, but it’s between the lines: she has an Elektra complex for her dad. Instead of sleeping with her father, she instead goes after her mother’s new boyfriend, who is 10 years younger than her mother and ten years older than Jean. The fight gets ugly but the guy sure has fun, fucking both of them.
This wasn’t as engaging as The Baby-Sitter.