Programming the Babysitter by Jane Mesmeri
(Babysitter Adventures)

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Approached by a friend she'd never seen before for a job she can't recall asking for, the Japanese-American Mara finds herself in the apartment of Andrew Kattai. Parked in front of a TV the inventor has modified, Mara watches and learns all about what a good employee is supposed to do for her employer.

She is concerned that she might not be able to seduce the older man, but not for long. Good thing Sarah had her dress up, it makes things easier.

This 3,500 word short story is all about a young woman becoming an older man's fantasy, and being very happy about it. For adults only!

Mara panted as she watched Julia being kissed by Mr. Kaiden. There was no mistaking who was in control in that relationship, and she understood why it should be him. Wasn't he the one providing Julia with what she needed? Not just money, but pleasure as well. The logic was inescapable.

She squirmed as the couple's actions became more heated, she could feel the heat from where she sat. It didn't look real, it was real. Realer than real, really. Mara felt like those people on the screen were reality, and she was the fictional character. The thought of having her actions dictated by some unseen director was so hot.

The TV winked out, and for a moment, her own vision went dark. A little panicked, Mara shot up and looked around for the cause of the screen going out. “Mr. Kai-Kattai! Wha- I thought you'd left?”

“Oh no, not for a while yet. I simply wanted to tell you I was going to change it to a movie, I selected it just for you.”

Mara wanted to ask him not to, to put the soap back on so she could see more of Julia and Mr. Kattai. But he was her employer, so he was in control. A thrill ran through her at the thought. “Yes, Mr. Kattai. I'm sure you chose a great movie.” Saying that felt good. Mara pressed her thighs together as pleasure licked at her core.

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Published January 9, 2013 15 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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