Amy turns 18-years-old and goes to visit her parents for the first time since she was in kindergarten.
Amy arrives on Halloween, her 18th birthday.
There's to be a Halloween party and Amy's Mom and her brother's girlfriend are to get Amy ready for the party. They get Amy stoned on marijuana, shave her bikini area and then a man is licking and sucking Amy until she climaxes, while her Mom watches! Her father ...

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Amy turns 18-years-old and goes to visit her parents for the first time since she was in kindergarten.
Amy arrives on Halloween, her 18th birthday.
There's to be a Halloween party and Amy's Mom and her brother's girlfriend are to get Amy ready for the party. They get Amy stoned on marijuana, shave her bikini area and then a man is licking and sucking Amy until she climaxes, while her Mom watches! Her father then screws her.
(Amy later learns that her parents were working on a government research project some years ago, when Amy and her brother were just babies. One night there was a major explosion at the work site. It was in the middle of the night and no one was injured except a guard and him not too badly. However, the explosion caused a giant electromagnetic wave to propagate in the area and it swept through the housing area. No one appeared to be injured. However, the people soon found that everyone's sex drive went through the roof! The sex drive problem was even greater for the women than the men. Each lady had to have sex at least twice a day. They quickly found that one man couldn't get excited enough to really keep servicing just one woman. They then started to swap partners and a new girl could heat up a man for another round. The magnitude of the problem quickly became apparent and the government made a rather hefty cash settlement so that word of the problem didn't get out. They then set up another project so that the people would have a place to work, out in the country, again so that word of the problem didn't get out.)
Amy then learns that she'll have to dance nude at the Halloween party. Amy is too stoned to argue. Then Amy is told to dance nude for her family and Brenda, her brother's girlfriend. Finally Amy's told that she'll be the center of attention at the party. She's still too stoned to argue.
As Amy gets ready for the party, she learns that all of the other women have done the same thing.
Amy goes to the party and finds that the other women are mostly nude and that no one seems to think it strange that shes going to dance nude and then be the center of attention.
Amy's nude dance goes well and then her brother starts her starring role. By the sixth boy, Amy is exhausted and her Mom then replaces her.
As the party goes on, Amy sees several fathers who are apparently loving their daughters and several women who are apparently being loved by their son..
After the party, Amy is told, by her Mom of the electromagnetic wave and the results. The adults all love anyone and everyone. The children don't have the same sex drive, until they get to be about 18-years-old.
Amy then finds that she'll wind up dating a boy. She'll love the boy and his father, as well as her own brother and her father. Her boyfriend will love her mother, his mother and his sister, as well as Amy.
Her mother them tells Amy that Amy will have to learn to ohter skills and also several positions.
Then Amy begins the process of trying to attract a compatible boyfriend. She's helped in the search by the fact that her mother has loved the boys and also by her brother's evaluation of the boys.
Amy settles in.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032802310
  • Publisher: R. Richard
  • Publication date: 10/7/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 762,829
  • File size: 147 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
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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