Summer of Sex
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by R. Richard
Category: Erotica/Taboo Erotica
Description: After 19 years, a classified government project is closing down at the fictitious remote and isolated Del Prado site on the California coast. The adults who staff the project are mostly PhD people who confidently expected lifetime employment. They are suddenly scrambling for new jobs in a very tight job market. Most of the people will never see each other again. After the initial layoffs, only the original employees are left and they have 14 18-year-old teenagers, seven girls and seven boys. Due to the job search angst among the adults, the teenagers are left pretty much to their own devices and they begin to experiment with sex. Del Prado is a paradise at the sea shore, the bay at Del Prado is filled with sharp rocks, so sailing or surfing unsafe. There's little to do but lie on the beach. Because it's the site of a government classified project, the entire area is closed to the public. Thus, the teenagers enjoy the ultimate private beach. The story is told from the viewpoint of Ben, one of the 18-year-olds. Ben is something of a study in contrasts. He is a very intelligent boy who stands six feet, eight inches tall, with a 270 pound weight lifter's body. Ben's father is dead and he's the man of his household. However, Ben has a somewhat typical teenage boy outlook on life. As the last summer starts, two girls compete for the same boy. One of the girls has been the hot babe, teen queen for some time. The other girl is a former fat girl who sculpted her body with a diet and exercise program. The two girls compete for the same teen boy. One of the girls goes topless on the beach to gain an advantage over her rival. Soon, all of the girls are topless at the beach in order to keep their own boy friend. Going topless soon leads to going nude on the beach, again to let a girl keep her boyfriend. Going nude leads to sex. The parents' scramble for jobs begins to result in people leaving Del Prado for widely separated destinations. The teenagers begin to realize that they will very likely never see each again after one last summer of sex at Del Prado. Initially, the sex is boy friend/girl friend sex, but a couple of instances of girls poaching other girl's boy friends lead to revenge sex. Soon, all of the boys are involved with all of the girls. Even a few parents get involved. At first, the sex is just teenagers running wild. However, gradually the teenagers get to know each other, as much a result of the sex as anything else. There are conversation between the teens that go beyond just sex. Later, even some of the adult women participate in the teens' sexual adventures. Toward the end, families begin to leave Del Prado as the adults find new jobs. The teenagers, of course, leave with the families. However, the teenagers leave with a certain style. The good byes are centered around final sexual flings with friends who the departing teen will probably never see again, ever. The good byes are something of a measure of how the teens have developed. The action is fast and furious. Amidst the action, some lessons are learned
eBook Publisher: Club Lighthouse Publishing USA LLC, 2010 2010
eBookwise Release Date: August 2010
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Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [160 KB]
Reading time: 104-146 min.
ABOUT NINETEEN YEARS AGO, the United States government decided to start a classified research project. The location of the project was an isolated area of the California coast, perhaps chosen because of the isolation that made it simple to maintain security. Both the project working areas and the living quarters for the staff were located in the same, isolated area.
The project was initially staffed with mostly young PhDs. There were a number of reasons for the staffing selection. The young PhDs were cheaper than more experienced people, they had enthusiasm for their work and they could provide continuity over the length of a very long project. Since it was to be a long term project, many of the young people decided to start their families in the paradise of the California coast.
Of course, all of the young, enthusiastic PhD people initially assumed that the project would be a success and would essentially provide lifetime employment for those who stayed. Unfortunately, after a lot of long, hard work, the idea upon which the project was founded was found to be false. The technology that was to have provided considerable benefits did not and could not work.
After they realized that the project was a failure, the government announced that, due to severe budgetary constraints, they were shutting down the project. After more information became available, it seemed that the government would shortly leave the long term workers without employment and also without pensions.
The shorter term workers were almost all axed immediately and the longer term workers were retained only to shut down the project and to destroy the records and properly dispose of the failed technology.
As previously stated, the site of the project was in an isolated area of the California coast. The location was called Del Prado. Due to the California Coastal Commission, there can be no more buildings built in the Del Prado area. Thus, the workers and other residents had it all. They had their own private little corner of the world. They lived in a grove of oak trees with several small, isolated coves on the Pacific Ocean. The climate was incredibly good with sunny days all year and cooling breezes from the ocean during the warm summer months.
After the initial cutbacks, almost all of the remaining workers were senior personnel, left from the group that started the project, some nineteen years ago. Of course, the families of the senior people also remained at Del Prado.