WHEN A MAN LOVES A WOMAN . . . 'Oh, how lovely she was, how honey-sweet when she wanted to be! Hefelt himself intoxicated by her, his brain spinning as she finally began shyly to give him what he wanted ... hewooed her with all the cleverness he had ever used, and did not think of it as clever, anxiously absorbed in givingher pleasure, teaching her to love . .WHEN A WOMAN LOVES A MAN. . . 'She was trembling like some fragile orchid in a high wind, tossed aboutlike a flower before the hurricane. He kissed her brutally hard . . . kissed her again, a long kiss, which went on andon, until she was limp and fragile and shaking in his grasp . .