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by Selena Kitt
Description: Explore the volatility of the chemical reaction between lovers with a generation gap! Eagerness mixed with experience can make for some explosive and transformational lovin'. Come read our authors' versions of the May/December relationship in quintessential eXcessica fashion! Stories by Selena Kitt, Giselle Renarde, GR Richards, Kiki Howell, Deb Varva, Sommer Marsden and Dakota Trace.
eBook Publisher: Excessica Publishing/Excessica, 2012
eBookwise Release Date: April 2012
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [248 KB]
Reading time: 132-185 min.
All Other formats: Printing DISABLED, Read-aloud DISABLED
"Ok, I guess you should know... that I'm a virgin," she admitted quietly after a moment. "And I... oh, I don't know, part of me wants to wait until I find the person I'm going to spend the rest of my life with. And... well, you know, guys don't much like the flat-chested types who hang out in the shop at school... so..." She left it there with a shrug, avoiding his eyes again.
"So are you telling me you haven't because you haven't had the opportunity, or because you are afraid?" His fingers brushed the fine hairs on her belly. It made her wiggle, as if she were a cat being petted the wrong way.
"I don't know, maybe both."
"Well, let me say this then... we will go slow... and I will stop, whenever you want me to stop. I don't want to hurt you, it's the very last thing I want to do." He brushed a tendril of hair away from her forehead.
"Ok," she breathed, grateful and simultaneously more afraid and more eager than she had been before.
"And Catherine... if I do nothing else in the time we spend together, I am going to convince you of one thing..." His mouth against her ear made her nipples harden immediately.
"Those shop apes are daft, because you are beautiful." His eyes trailed down her body. "Every glorious inch of you...and I'm desperate to see all of you." The urgency in his voice made her tingle. She slid off the couch and stood, turning her back to him. He settled back into the sofa, watching. She eased her t-shirt up over her head, looking back over her shoulder at him with a wicked little grin, and then tossed it at him. He held it to his face for a moment, breathing in the smell of her, then dropped it to the floor.