"Extreme Attraction" begins when a young man writes to an attractive newscaster and receives a positive response. At about this time an alluring bank teller pursues him and begins a romantic affair.
Startled by the arrival of two attractive women into his life author Tom Fagan manifests a considerate character by setting the example for respectful treatment of women, putting their desires ahead of his own, proceeding with only what the women want, never acting against their free will.
Within a few days the newscaster has her secretary call Tom and ask him what he wants to say, and the bank teller calls him and asks him what he wants to do.
A twist of fate, losing some money orders, brings Tom and the bank teller together. At the same time the newscaster has the effect of reawakening Tom''s creative powers so intensely that the beach in Belmont Shore turns into a table of ideas for writing.
The transforming effect the two women have on Tom-the newscaster heightening his creative talents and the bank teller heightening his passion for kindness-form the basis for a revelation of the magnanimity that should accompany love.