Banging Her Big Brother by Lucinda Lane
(Taboo Brother Sister Family Sex) (Fucked Up Family Sex Stories)

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When eighteen year old Michelle returns home from a disastrous date she is frustrated and horny and wants nothing more than to step into a hot shower and take care of herself. She fantasizes about a more experienced lover, someone who will take care of her needs... someone with a nice big cock. Someone like her hunky step-brother Jimmy.

When she is caught in the act she knows she should stop. That they should both pretend this never happened. But she can't... and Jimmy doesn't want her to,

This sizzling 4500 word erotic short contains explicit scenes of female masturbation and sex between step-siblings. It is intended for adult audiences and some may find the subject matter offensive.


The door opened and Jimmy came in. Every bit the gorgeous stud I was picturing in my head. He could see me. He knew what I was doing. I knew what he would do. It's not like it was the first time one of us had been caught in a compromising position. He'd turn away, walk out the door, and never speak of it again. Just like I'd done when I'd found him in his room, one hand wrapped round his cock, the other holding a worn porno mag that had been passed around all his friends. Walk out the door. Never speak of it again. It was the way these things worked.

He didn't though. He couldn't take his eyes off me. It was as if he was seeing me for the first time. In a way he was. My body had only really blossomed into that of a woman after he'd moved out. He hadn't really seen me very often since then. He just stood there, his eyes wide. I don't know what came over me. I still don't know why I did it. It was like I wanted him to witness the fact that I wasn't a little girl any more. That I was a woman, with women's needs. Oh God, what was I doing?

I turned to face him and kept going...

About Lucinda Lane

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Published June 7, 2013 22 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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