Lily White Loves Herself A Black Man [NOOK Book]

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Lily White is a petite, stunningly attractive, out-going, physically fit, happily married young woman. Her husband, Conner, is a pale, scruffy, average looking guy. He is also a successful video game programmer and player. He is slightly awkward both socially and sexually--but Lily loves him just the same.

Lily sees Conner's faults as mainly being a symptom of his being a man--all men being prone to lame behavior.

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Lily White Loves Herself A Black Man

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Overview

Lily White is a petite, stunningly attractive, out-going, physically fit, happily married young woman. Her husband, Conner, is a pale, scruffy, average looking guy. He is also a successful video game programmer and player. He is slightly awkward both socially and sexually--but Lily loves him just the same.

Lily sees Conner's faults as mainly being a symptom of his being a man--all men being prone to lame behavior.

Whatever short-comings Connor displays in the bedroom are smoothed over by the fact that Lily rules their sex-life. She sees to it that Connor obeys her wishes without a peep of complaint while performing adequately, if not spectacularly.

One night Connor becomes uncharacteristically jealous when his best friend, Griff, flirts with Lily at a party the three of them attend. In a show of stupidity that is huge even for Connor he snarkily tells Lily if she is going to flirt with someone it ought to be with a guy like Maalik, their upstairs neighbor, not Griff who is practically a nerdy clone of pasty-white Connor.

When big, buff, black, Maalik, shows up at the Connor's door the next afternoon under the pretext of picking up a package--while Conner is conveniently away--Lily believes Connor set it up for her and the Black Man to have sex as an apology to Lily, and to show that he is not really the jealous type.

Tiny white Lily with her peaches and cream complexion has her way with the big coal-black, hard-cheiselled, ebony mountain of a man, Maalik. Before they are through Lily knows what it means to be used as a slut and well and truly banged old-school by a *real* man.

Lily is thrilled that Connor had enough confidence in their marriage to step aside and let her max-out on some slam-banging random sex with a gorgeous hunk of a man that is obviously Connor's superior in every way possible. It makes Lily appreciate her husband like never before.

Within minutes of Connor coming home that evening it is obvious he had no intention of setting Lily up for sex. He really *did* have a package for Maalik. Lily's illicit sex romp was all a mistake.

Mistake or not Lily is no longer satisfied with making excuses for her husband's attitude or his lame sexual behavior. Lily seeks comfort in the arms of her new black Alpha-Male and explores her sexual options for the future.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045094429
  • Publisher: transgressivesexfiction21plus
  • Publication date: 8/13/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 536,151
  • File size: 112 KB

Meet the Author

Stella Graffen has lived and loved and worked and played all over this great land.
The publisher has heard so many of her great stories that he has been after her for years to write them down.
Now she has.
We hope you enjoy them.

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