Without Your Wife by Elliot Silvestri

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Synopsis

Meeting an old boyfriend is usually a bad idea, but dominant Mara has been in an open marriage with her husband for ten years. Seducing Trent was easy; seducing Emma, his wife would be more difficult. With the skillful assistance of her husband Ben together they set about pushing the limits of Emma’s boundaries and taking her down a dark path of sexual ecstasy and delight.

This is a 25,000 word novella intended for adult audiences.

Content warning: This story features graphic sex, cheating partners, lesbian sex, group sex, pegging, sexual bondage and domination, pregnant sex, and other depictions of adult sexuality. Explicit language and adult only content.

Excerpt:

“King sized,” he said. Emma looked down at the floor. She was too nervous to say anything substantial. “I’m too tall for a queen sized and we had the room for a king so…” he trailed off. He was nervous just like his wife. There was never an easy way of starting things with a new pair of swingers. Mara knew she’d have to be the one to start everything, but she liked being in charge.

“Excellent,” Mara said. “Lots of room then. Shall we go see it and get things going?”

Emma stood rooted in place as the other two moved to the stairs. “Coming, Emma?” Mara asked when the younger woman didn’t follow.

“It’s moving so fast,” she said.

“True,” Mara admitted. “But it’s sort of like a Band-Aid. Just rip it off quick and the pain goes away quickly. The anticipation is worse than the event. Of course, the event here is fun.” She smiled warmly. “Do you still want to do this?” she asked kindly.

Her head nodded. “I think so. I’m just scared.”

Mara took two steps back to the brunette and picked up her hand. “Don’t be afraid. I’ll be with you the entire time. There’s nothing to be scared of.”
 

About Elliot Silvestri

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Published March 22, 2013 by Green Bush Publishing. 80 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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