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Loved By The Cowboy (This was featured in the Hot Summer/Hotter Erotica Event)

Tony Biggs was the most famous cowboy to hit the media since Roy Rogers and Hopalong Cassidy—but he was an actual rodeo champion who had been hired to star in a music video which stayed in the top ten for nearly a year. Tall, powerful, and happily married with a young son, Biggs was now rich from the video and the ones that followed. He was on top of the world. But his world collapsed when his wife's ...

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Loved By The Cowboy

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Overview

Loved By The Cowboy (This was featured in the Hot Summer/Hotter Erotica Event)

Tony Biggs was the most famous cowboy to hit the media since Roy Rogers and Hopalong Cassidy—but he was an actual rodeo champion who had been hired to star in a music video which stayed in the top ten for nearly a year. Tall, powerful, and happily married with a young son, Biggs was now rich from the video and the ones that followed. He was on top of the world. But his world collapsed when his wife's car was hit head-on by a drunk driver. Suddenly all his wealth meant nothing with the loss of his wife and child. He followed Jack Daniels into a downward spiral until one day he encountered Claudine. Stubborn and hard as nails, foul-mouthed and feisty Claudine never cut anyone any slack, and she wasn't about to start with Biggs. “Sober up, Cowboy,” she said when she found him barely coherent in her restaurant. Pissed off she drives him home in the middle of a Montana blizzard. When her truck won’t start and she’s trapped at his home, a drunken encounter changes both of their lives. (A sizzling hot adults only story of a cowboy hero's lost love, popping a cherry, sleep erotica, and intentional and explicit mating with a heroine who won't be pushed into anything. All characters are over 21 years of age)


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He kept staring at her, suddenly realizing he had stripped her naked. He had never been with any women since he married Sarah. Claudine looked so different from his beautiful wife. She was so much slimmer. Her hips were not what Sarah laughingly called “child-bearing hips,” but were narrow. The tight curls around her lady parts were a little darker than her hair, and Biggs missed the blonde hairs of Sarah's crotch. He felt tears starting to well up in his eyes and without thinking, he reached out and touched the softness of her pussy hair.

Like a child, he explored her, not in a sex-starved way, but marveling at how she differed from Sarah, and how both were the same. Her outer lips were not as full as Sarah's. Sarah had been wonderfully soft all over. He bent over and smelled her. Her scent was lightly floral with a earthy musk. He traced the outside of her clit and thought again how different she felt than Sarah.

Claudine made a small sound in her sleep. Biggs sat up and reached for the Jack Daniels, taking another long swallow. He reached down and rubbed his thumb across her left nipple. Drunk, he took the nipple lightly into his mouth and licked, sucking very softly. He felt warm and sat back again and pulled off his shirt. He wondered where his jeans were and suddenly remembered why he had the bandages on his knees. His cock had tented his tighty whiteys and he shed them, letting them join the growing pile of discarded clothing on the floor. He leaned back and resumed his exploration of her nipples. As he moved to the other side, his erection unintentionally rubbed against her narrow hip, and the sensation excited him, making him even harder.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016656960
  • Publisher: Skye Eagleday
  • Publication date: 11/14/2013
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 283,851
  • File size: 333 KB

Meet the Author


I am a Native American. I am also a Storyteller. Some stories are best told during the day. Some stories are best told during the night.

I tell many different types of Stories. One of the favorite characters for many Native American Storytellers is Coyote. Coyote stories are also the ones most often censored by non-Natives.Did you know, for example, where I'm from it is said Coyote had two penises?

You can visit my blog: www.SkyeEagleday.blogspot.com
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