My Daughter's Boyfriend 3 by Julia von Finkenbach

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With the end of summer break approaching, Sarah has to face facts: Her daughter's boyfriend Jeff will be gone soon. All that remains is the chance for one last night of pleasure, which she uses to the fullest...
This story contains explicit sex and is intended for a mature audience.


It was the last night of summer break. I had tried to find sleep, but it was to no avail. The memories of the past few weeks kept coming back to me whenever I closed my eyes. And in particular, that meant memories of Jeff, and the pleasures we had shared. Ever since that fateful day when he had shown up on my doorstep, looking for my daughter, things hadn't been the same. I had thrown caution in the wind and seduced him within minutes of meeting him. I still had no idea why I did it. Perhaps it had started out as a plot to get back on my former husband. Perhaps it had been an attempt to get back a sense of self-worth from seducing a younger man. Perhaps I had just been lonely, and he had been available. Perhaps it was a combination of all three.

What I did know was that I was developing feelings for the young man, feelings that could well be described as "love". And it wasn't the kind of love a mother should have for her daughter's boyfriend. I wasn't just happy that Laura had found such a nice young man, who respected and loved her and treated her well. It was envy that he was hers. An ugly feeling. Doubly so because Laura had, apparently, no real problem with our relationship, such as it was. And that realization hurt even more. I had no right to him. Suddenly, I felt like I was becoming the woman who had taken my husband from me. But what should I have done? The genie was out of the bottle. I - we - had done what we had done. I could stop having sex with him, but that wouldn't put things back the way they were.

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Published April 2, 2012 10 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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