Lubrican's Short Stories - Volume Four by Robert Lubrican

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Story one in this volume is called "The Kindergarden Blues," wherein a young man is sentenced to community service, which happens to be helping Miss Thompson in her kindergarden class. Turns out the kids like him. And so does Miss Thompson, to the point that, when they are thrown together by circumstances beyond their control, things escalate to the point that he just might get in trouble again just so he can stay with her.

The next story is called "How R.B. Miller Got His Name." It's just a little love story, in which two best friends become even better friends which leads to a baby that wasn't planned. And since the baby wasn't planned, Mom simply named her little boy after her very favorite thing in the whole world.

Story three is actually a book length story about a man you might not like in the beginning. He's pretty much a jerk and a manipulator. But he somehow manipulates himself into a situation where he begins to care. And pretty soon he's no longer in charge, and is actually BEING manipulated. In the end, the cycle goes full circle, except they guy isn't a jerk any more and everybody is happy. Well almost everybody. There's a girl named Jill, and she's not happy with him at all. But then later she is ... It's complicated, okay? Suffice it to say there are life lessons learned by most of the characters. And some of them might even be interesting to you!

Story four wraps up the volume. It's called "The Surgical Answer To Virginity" and it's just weird. It isn't the kind of story Bob normally writes, except there is a really huge group of people out there who get off on stories involving doctors, and sex in doctor's offices. And Bob sort of kind of thinks he wrote most of this story, and it's short ... so what the hell. It is not, however, your normal, average sex-in-the-doctor's office story. Well maybe it is. But it has the Lubrican flair.

Warning: As is true of the previous volumes in this series, these stories are what many would call "stroke stories" and contain graphic language and descriptions of sexual acts. These stories are not appropriate for those under the age of eighteen.
 

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Published October 11, 2011 99 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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