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Making Mary Moan: A First Lesbian College Sex Story [NOOK Book]

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Chynna has just arrived at college, and she’s ready to start living life! She meets Mary, who is so funny and beautiful and Chynna’s new dorm mate. Chynna is glad to get to know her, but Mary gets to know girls a little differently than Chynna, with a kiss, a touch, and more. Soon, Chynna’s first sex in college is her first ever lesbian sex encounter…and it’s so, so sweet.

Warning: This ebook contains very graphic descriptions of a college sex...
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Making Mary Moan: A First Lesbian College Sex Story

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Overview

Chynna has just arrived at college, and she’s ready to start living life! She meets Mary, who is so funny and beautiful and Chynna’s new dorm mate. Chynna is glad to get to know her, but Mary gets to know girls a little differently than Chynna, with a kiss, a touch, and more. Soon, Chynna’s first sex in college is her first ever lesbian sex encounter…and it’s so, so sweet.

Warning: This ebook contains very graphic descriptions of a college sex encounter. It includes lesbian sex in a dorm room. It is intended for mature readers who will not be offended by very explicit depictions of sex acts between consenting adults.

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The dorm was a three story building and Chynna’s room was on the third floor. When she got to the room, she saw there were two bunk beds, a total of four beds, meaning Chynna was sharing her room with three other girls. That made her nervous. She was an only child and had never had to share anything in her life. She didn’t know how she would feel sharing a small room with three others.
Mary laughed. “Hey, don’t worry, it’s not forever. By next semester you can pledge at a sorority and leave this all behind. Hell, you can pledge my sorority, I’ll vouch for you.” She walked into the room and sat down on the edge of one of the bare beds.
Chynna slowly walked over and sat down on the bed across the room. Mary shook her head. “Hey, what are you doing way over there. My God, you’d think I stink. Do I stink?”
Chynna looked at her, worried that she had already offended the one person who was her way back into the popular life again. “I didn’t mean to, uh, I’m really sorry . . .”
Mary began laughing so hard she fell over onto the bed and started rolling around. Finally, Chynna started laughing with her and standing up, she marched the few steps over to the other bed and sat down by the still rolling Mary. “Hey.” She tapped Mary on the shoulder. “I don’t appreciate being laughed at.”
Mary stopped rolling and sat up to look at Chynna, her blue eyes gleaming. “Well, maybe you’ll appreciate this.” She leaned over and kissed her, pressing her soft, full lips against Chynna’s and slipping her tongue in to explore her mouth as her hands came up to explore Chynna’s body.
Chynna’s breath caught in her throat, but she didn’t push Mary away. Instead, she felt a heat rush through her body and she leaned into her as she kissed her. Mary pulled her mouth away and smiled at Chynna before she let her hands move to the hem of Chynna’s shirt and then she pulled it up and off, exposing Chynna’s petite breasts in her lacy bra.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149057177
  • Publisher: DigiSmith Press
  • Publication date: 11/1/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 635,221
  • File size: 615 KB

Meet the Author

June Stevens discovered at an early age that she had a talent weaving words into compelling stories. When she got to college, she discovered she had particular skill at describing sexual activity in vivid image-driven ways. From there on out, writing for June was writing smut.

"I love smut! I love the whole forbidden aspect of a woman writing something sweet, sexy, and dirty. I love the way men and women both react to my stories. To me, getting a physical reaction is just as fun as getting an emotional reaction. I like hard smut, soft smut, gentle smut, and rough smut. Whichever it is, I love it."

Please read descriptions when you buy June's books because some of what she writes will be offensive to some readers, and she writes to turn you on, not off!
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