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  • Posted March 25, 2014

    Migrations by K.D. Grace This was a great story by KD. We have a

    Migrations by K.D. Grace
    This was a great story by KD. We have all suffered from one of those road trips when you have a family member in the car and everything is about them. I mean they just sit there and talk, and talk, and talk. Poor Val and her cousin Sally volunteered to take their aunt Rose on a road trip to Oregon. Little did she know that this was going to be “a road trip from hell.” Val struggles to get some alone time for herself. All she needs is some peace and quiet but what she didn’t count on needing was some relief.  She is all tensed up and what she could really use is an orgasm. During their first stop at a rest area she has wondered off by herself so she could vent about her aunt. What she didn’t expect was the hot biker guy wanting to relieve himself after being on the road for so long. 
    At first she was shocked but then she got turned on by the site of him pleasuring himself. 
    After this first stop she thought she would never see this man again but she couldn’t stop thinking about him. Well lucky for her she got to see him the whole trip to Oregon. He ended up helping them thru some tough situations even though her aunt thought he was a killer. Val really didn’t realize what kind of man he was till he decided to leave one morning after finding out his true identity. Did she regret what they did, or does she want even more? Check out the story for yourself. It was a long hot ride, that’s for sure.
    I received this book as a gift from the author.

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