Sex in the Steamy Sauna by Velvet Gates
(A Female's Mild Domination)

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Letitia loves to look after her divine body, and her favorite method of doing so outside of the bedroom rests in weekly swims. When she comes to the pool one day, she finds all herself alone - except for Max, a male life guard new on the job. Struck by this hunk, Letitia resolves to spend the night trying to corrupt him into giving her the satisfaction that she has never yet truly felt, and resolves to use her domineering personality to do so. With seemingly not a soul around to watch what's going on between them, Letitia's newest idea for a truly hot encounter may just be her best one yet...WARNING - This 3,570 erotica short-story contains a female's desire to sexually boss around a attractive male as he tries to keep up with her impeccable legs and breasts! With mild sadism, asphyxiation and a hint of public intercourse, Letitia's night of suffocating passion is strictly for over 18s!""Well, why don't you join me for a swim?" she purred. He considered it for a while. Of course, he wanted nothing more than to hop into that pool with this utter goddess, to swim alongside her and take her wet, perfect body into his, if even for just one second. He had been expressly told never to get into the water for pleasure - it was to be done only when necessary. And it was his very first week in this easy new job. But women like this one, late twenties at the most and with the nicest chest and one of the most pert behinds he had ever seen up close, did not come about every day. She swam a short distance backwards, with her chest staying just above the water. More than anything, her chest enticed the life guard to suddenly hurtle himself into the pool, with no regard given to safe or graceful diving. He splashed a large amount of water onto Letitia, prompting her to giggle loudly and seductively..."

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Published February 1, 2013 13 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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