Brother, Teacher [NOOK Book]

Overview

Carl and Carla, brother and sister, find themselves in dire financial straits when their father dies.
Before and after high school graduation, they both have to go to work. To earn a living.
Carla is trying to snag a local boy of wealthy family. Things seemed to be going well for Carla until she comes back home from a big Saturday date. Carla finally let the boy screw her and...

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Brother, Teacher

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Overview

Carl and Carla, brother and sister, find themselves in dire financial straits when their father dies.
Before and after high school graduation, they both have to go to work. To earn a living.
Carla is trying to snag a local boy of wealthy family. Things seemed to be going well for Carla until she comes back home from a big Saturday date. Carla finally let the boy screw her and it was a disaster.
Carl finally pries the information out of Carla and offers his help.
With no other real option, Carl starts to train Carla to be the kind of sex partner who can snare her wealthy boy.
Carl makes his sister strip for him and then they have sex.
The initial sessions aren't very satisfying, at least for Carla. However, they keep at it and Carla slowly comes around.
Carl slowly gets Carla to participate, instead of just lying there.
Carla then goes off for a Saturday date with her wealthy boy and the training pays off! Carla satisfies her date.
It then seems that Carla and her wealthy boy, Daniel, want to double date with Carl and Daniel's sister. Carla then tells Carl that Daniel and Dani, his sister, have also screwed one another.
Carl then figures out that the entire rich family must have been involved in sexual action.
Carl and Carla then go on a double date with Daniel and Dani.
It turns out that Dani might be interested in Carl, because of problems at the factory that her family owns and Carl works.
Carl is clever and might be able to solve problems that are close to shutting down the plant. However, before Carl can qualify, he and Carla have to prove that they are engaging in the same kind of sex that Daniel and Dani do.
The situation starts with public sex and then shifts to group sex and incest.
The sex starts with intercourse, but then moves onto oral sex.
Carl and Carla pass the tests. However, Carl realizes that he will now need to train Dani, just as he trained Carla,

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032815747
  • Publisher: R. Richard
  • Publication date: 10/14/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 249,917
  • File size: 101 KB

Meet the Author

I'm the co-author, with Sunset Thomas, of Anatomy of An Adult Film.

I have 45 novels and over 150 short stories currently published.

I spent my early years in the part of Los Angeles known as the South Central. I was known as Whi' Boy, which was sufficient to indentify me in that place. I'm a skilled kung-fu player, using a system that I learned from a Korean I knew only as 'Pak.' It would be easier to tell you the places that Pak wasn't wanted by the police, rather than the places where he was wanted by the police. Pak's kung-fu system, augmented by some bits and pieces from some Chinese practicioners is quick and effective, or I wouldn't be alive today.

My early education was mostly obtained by stealing books from the public library (I always returned them and the Librarian even began to provide me with reading lists.) I did go to high schools, but I never really learned anything there. I eventually graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles, UCLA, with a degree in mathematics.

I work as a Systems Analyst and also make a part of my living as a professional gambler (legal in Nevada.) I write science fiction and erotica. My published novels are:
Anatomy of An Adult Film (With Sunset Thomas)
1. Second Chance: God Killer
2. Second Chance: Sky Pirate
3. Second Chance: Scroll Seeker
4. Second Chance: King of The Islands
5. Second Chance: King of Zaya
6. Second Chance: Duke of Averon
7. Second Chance: King of Golomon
8. Second Chance: King Of The Sky
9. Second Chance: Warlord of Ifrequeh
10. Second Chance: King of Ariby
11. Second Chance: King of Mesodania
12. Second Chance: King of Avuls
13. Second Chance: King of Kemet
14. Second Chance: King of Zorran
15. Second Chance: King of Two Worlds
16. Second Chance: King of Averon
17. Second Chance: King's Duties
18. Second Chance: King of The New World
Adventurer: Simulation Problem
Adventurer: Pannar Problem
A Programmer's Gambit
Amateur Stripper
Beach Murders
Bondage House
Corporate Sex Slaves
Friday Night
Go Naked In The Software
Grasshopper Winter
Involuntary Nude
Layoff
Not A Hero
Pirates of The Keys
Summer of Sex
The Lake
The Last Moon Dance
The Nude Adventures of Plain Jane
The Secret Life of Wanda Wilson
Tails of the Pussycat Lounge
To Keep A Job
Topless Restaurant
Toy Whores
Vix: The Marine
Wayward Boy

Short Stories:
A Christmas Visit

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