A Grand Tour [NOOK Book]

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After Jane left the club, Joe very carefully began making overtly sexual advances. He put his arm around my waist and let his hand fall into my lap. I already wanted to have sex with him and I was fully aroused, but I didn’t want to be a pushover. I was going to let him take my virginity and have sex with me but I wanted him to have to work for it, so I took his hand and moved it into his lap. That didn’t seem to put him off at all. ...

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A Grand Tour

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Overview

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After Jane left the club, Joe very carefully began making overtly sexual advances. He put his arm around my waist and let his hand fall into my lap. I already wanted to have sex with him and I was fully aroused, but I didn’t want to be a pushover. I was going to let him take my virginity and have sex with me but I wanted him to have to work for it, so I took his hand and moved it into his lap. That didn’t seem to put him off at all. His hand soon returned to my lap and I let it stay there.

A couple of drinks later, after a lot of fondling, I was very excited. I had long since stopped resisting. I was welcoming his advances. In the taxi all the way back to the hotel, he was kissing me and fondling me and I was in heaven.

Back at the hotel, he escorted me up to my room and, as we stood outside my door, he embraced me holding me close and kissed me. He asked me if I had enjoyed the evening. I told him that I had enjoyed it very much and didn’t want it to end. I leaned toward him and whispered. “I don’t know how to tell you Joe, so I’ll just say it. I’m a virgin, but I want you to take me—I want you to take me right now.” He didn’t seem surprised; instead he smiled at me and kissed me hard again forcing his tongue into my mouth.

I was very excited and fully aroused. I was finally going to become a woman. I was scared but I wanted it badly. I took my card key from my purse, reached behind myself and managed to unlock my door. I invited him into my room. I knew exactly what I was doing. He didn’t force me in any way.

I truly believe that he would have said goodnight and left me at my door, content to wait until another day, if I’d said I didn’t want him to take me. I was way past the point of saying no to him. I wanted him to take me, so I willingly gave myself to him. I didn’t think about anything except how good I felt, how much I wanted him.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011250293
  • Publisher: John E. Jay
  • Publication date: 3/14/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 634,034
  • File size: 135 KB

Meet the Author

John Edgar Jay has been writing erotica for about twenty years. He has written many short erotic stories and has decided others might want to read some of what he has written, so it is now available in eBook form from Smashwords Publishing, as well as several mainstream booksellers including Barns & Noble.John has edited stories for other authors and offers his services to anyone who needs help. Many writers have very good story lines but their work is diminished by poor sentence construction, misused words, extraneous words, missing words, lack of subject verb agreement, incorrect use of contractions--in particular confusing the possessive pronoun "your" with the contraction of you are "you're", confusing the possessive pronoun "its" with the contraction for it is "it's" misuse of the verb "to lie" and other such problems.John can be reached via email. His address is: johnejay@johnejay.comAll ebooks shown on this site are Copyright 2011 - 2012 -2013, John Edgar Jay, all rights reserved
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    Posted October 11, 2013

    ,,,,,,

    Um only read reveiw and dis was a bit dirty

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2012

    F-bombs disrupt the erotic mood being set, but overall ok

    Quick read, interesting premise, too many F-bombs for my taste. There are less gutteral ways to say jump my bones now.

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