Eating Dessert First by Rachel Chase
(m/f Erotic Romance)

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Summary: Monica's about to be stuck with her battery-operated boyfriend when she meets Anthony. He tempts her to expand her sexual horizons ... but just how far will she go?

Warning: This 4100-word story is for mature readers only and includes oral sex, spanking, graphic sex, and anal sex.

Excerpt: He watched her putting the flowers in a vase, watched her in a way that set her blood humming. Her friend Shawna had once given her a plaque that read, Life is Uncertain: Eat Dessert First. Right now, her body and mind both thought that was an excellent idea.

As if he'd heard her, Anthony came to her. He tucked a strand of hair behind her ear, then traced his finger down the sensitive outer edge of her ear. Monica shivered and ran her hands under his t-shirt and up his chest.

Anthony responded by rubbing both hands down her back and over her bottom. He squeezed gently, and Monica hummed low in her throat. "That's what I like to hear," he said, and bent and brushed his lips against her ear, then gave the lobe a little nip. Monica gasped and pulled Anthony's shirt up and over his head. She smoothed her hands over his skin, then dug in her nails just around his nipples. Rewarded by his sharp intake of breath, she traced her tongue around one nipple, then sucked it, and finally bit down, just hard enough to make him twitch.

Meanwhile, Anthony's hands were getting busy with her breasts. He cupped them, rolling her nipples through her bra with his thumbs. He tweaked them with thumb and forefinger, and a new wave of liquid heat slicked her pussy.

Monica scraped her fingernails lightly down his chest and started unbuttoning his jeans. She could see his cock straining against the fabric, and couldn't wait to set it free and get better acquainted. ...
 

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Published April 23, 2011 by Sunset Stories. 19 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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