Shemale Crush by Gregor Daniels
(Dickgirl Erotica)

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Synopsis

For Michelle, a young woman who has lived all her life with something different about her body, a simple obsession with her student-teacher, Carmen, is about to turn into an evening of lovemaking. While comfortable with her secret, intimate relations are another matter entirely. Yet, her crush may be the one person to not only appreciate her strange addition, but also enjoy it in the bedroom.

Length: 10,400 words

This work of fiction contains adult material and explicit scenes of sex, including detailed relations between a student and her teacher, shemale and dickgirl fantasies, and a girl coming to grips with her unruly genitalia. For mature audiences only. All characters over 18 years old.

Excerpt:

Michelle waited for the humiliation, but it never came. Carmen remained silent throughout the entire time, perhaps overcome with awe or curiosity, or maybe the truth was yet to crash down upon her. Whatever the reason, Michelle opened her eyes and looked back into the face of her temporary lover. She waited for the scream, or being told to leave. But, for the next few minutes, not a sound passed through Carmen's lips.

"I want to see it."

Michelle's eyes went wide with astonishment. The response from her crush wasn't at all what she expected. Even though her fantasies were filled with exquisite depictions of sex involving her strange genitalia, she never expected for Carmen to be so accepting in the real world. It just didn't work out that way. Yet, she sounded completely genuine, as if the sight of her bulging member had aroused some sort of actual curiosity.

The girl was slow to pull her skirt down, still fearful for what Carmen may react to. Yet, as the dark garment cleared her thighs and was yanked to her knees, the student-teacher's eyes couldn't have been any wider.
 

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Published October 26, 2012 32 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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