Fucking My Married Friends by Anya Asarovna
(Married Threesome Double Penetration)

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When a man visits some married friends of his, he discovers the kinky pair have more in mind than sharing a pizza and a couple beers. As the conversation heats up, he finds himself invited into their bedroom, where their evening together really begins.

Warning, this incredibly hot 42000 word story contains hot, sweaty double penetration shared with a married couple and their male friend. An excerpt:

As the initial shock subsided I looked over to Tommy. He grinned at me and set his beer down.

“It’s ok,” he said. “Go with it.”

He stood and moved around to the back of the couch, out of my line of sight.

Frankie stopped kissing me and nuzzled her face around mine, then against my neck, her hot breath all over me, her hair in my face, her smell everywhere, as her hands found my member in my pants again and began to rub me with an urgency.

“Put your hands on me,” she breathed into my chest.

I hesitated.

“Come on,” she said. “I want to feel your hands on me.”

I wrapped my arms around her, folding her into me, my hands stroking her back. God it felt good to hold her. It had been a long time since I’d been with anyone. I’d almost forgotten how good it can feel just to hold a woman close and have her body against yours, the breath in her chest, the steady rhythm of her heartbeat, the warmth of her.

Her own hands slipped around my waist as she moved her pelvis in closer to me, pressing herself, through that thin breezy material against the bulge straining against my pants. She started to grind herself into me, ever so slowly, making a little noise with each achingly deliberate thrust. Her hair was all I could see, all I could smell, my entire awareness was focused on this beautiful woman who was slowly becoming a part of me just by moving against me so intimately.
 

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Published March 8, 2012 21 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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