Daphne and Gabriella were teenage prodigies, and audiences the world over were enthralled by their music. The passion in that music was electric, and communicable. Where on Earth did girls only eighteen years old find such passion to insert into their music? What did they do in their dressing room before they performed? And why did they ask for fifteen minutes undisturbed after each time they played? Was there some kind of ritual they performed before and after they shared their passion with the world?
Only their mother knew for sure.
But then their mother got hurt, and couldn't go on tour with them. Which is why a family friend, the man they called their Uncle Bob, became their chaperone.
And when he found out what they did before and after performances, they demanded he become part of it.
Warning: This book contains graphic descriptions of sexual behavior and is not appropriate for those under the age of 18.
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Published September 20, 2011
by Robert Lubrican Publishing.
Erotica, Literature & Fiction.