Sandwich Shop by Ashley Sang

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With the air conditioner broken and no customers, it was a slow day at the Hoagie Shack for Katie. She can't think of a thing to do to make her shift go faster, until she gets the idea to make a different kind of sandwich.

WARNING: This ebook is for adults only. It contains scenes of a sexually explicit nature MF, MMF, and light MM pairings.

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Katie was a hard worker, even though her job was just ringing customers up and making sandwiches at a Hoagie Shack. Underneath the store-issued apron, she wore a shirt that stretched tightly across her breasts, just barely damp from the warm summer heat. The air conditioner in the shop was broken, so the only respites from the heat was the light breeze coming in through an open window and the walk-in fridge. She was avoiding the fridge, though, as her last visit had left her nipples embarrassingly hard, something she was sure her manager had noticed, but he hadn't said a word.
Jim was a nice boss, though sometimes he took his job too seriously. It was a slow day, but he had made sure that Katie had plenty of work to do. She was sure that she'd cleaned every surface in the damn store, some twice. Still, he hadn't said anything about the slow, deliberate pace, she was taking.
For lunch rush, business was moving at a snails pace. There had been two customers in the store in the past hour, and one had just stopped in to use the bathroom. Katie wasn't sure where Jim had gone to, but she assumed he was off getting lunch at one of the other restaurants in the strip mall. One can only have so many sandwiches before they want to have something else.
She was about to risk another trip to the walk-in when she heard the bell at the front door jingle, so she wiped her brow with the bottom corner of her apron and turned to greet the customer. Her eyes went wide when she noticed who it was.
 

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Published March 17, 2012 9 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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