A collection of five erotic stories with mixed themes including sex in public, ménage, exhibitionism and older woman/younger man.
No Knickers by Elizabeth McWilliams
Usually a reserved young lady and model employee, when Madeleine forgets to pack a vital item of underwear, she is inspired to spend the day chasing illicit thrills. Leaving her usual, dutiful self back in the office, she takes a chance on an attractive stranger in a café who is more than prepared to take advantage of her lack of lingerie. Madeleine forgets her inhibitions along with her knickers, and boldly embraces the opportunity to explore her exhibitionist tendencies and indulge herself in an intimate and sensuous encounter.
Between The Crosshairs by Troy Seate
The American Jersey Shore gang might be dysfunctional, but the babes in Crosshairs are naughty, nice, and oh so different. This is a tale in which a young man finds himself in a strange place that leads to an illicit, never to be forgotten encounter with two lusty and very creative ladies.
Mad About The Boy by Jade Taylor
Mel doesn’t cheat; it’s a rule. Even if she’s stuck in an engagement to a man she doesn’t want to marry, even if she’s been sexually frustrated for far too long, she doesn’t cheat. But there’s a boy at work she likes — and he’s so young he’s definitely a boy. Mel doesn’t sleep with younger men. But the way he looks at her has her tempted, makes her wet, makes her wonder what it would be like to be with him. And on a night out the “boy” shows her that rules are made to be broken, and shows her how much of a man he actually is …
Moving Violation by Lolita Lopez
Bella craves a little danger every now and then. Risky, mind-blowing sex on her apartment balcony? Yes, please! But her policeman lover, Jack, refuses to give into Bella’s requests for illicit trysts. He’s happy to indulge her love of spanking and rougher play but anything that would risk his career is off-limits. One nighttime drive down a secluded lakeside road is all Bella needs to change Jack’s mind. She’ll show him how deliciously naughty breaking the rules can be.
Shall We Dance? by Landon Dixon
John was down on his luck, needed money for his family, badly. He was nursing a drink and his woes when Olivia came into the bar, slid onto the stool next to him and said, ‘I like married men to fuck me.’ He was desperate enough to take her up on it. There was only the matter of price. Just how steep soon became clear.