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The Abduction
     

The Abduction

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by Harry Kummings
 

ADULT EROTIC FICTION. Graphic sex. A Special Birthday surprise in the form of a threesome takes an unexpected turn. Told in the first person. Perfect for reading to a special female.

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ADULT EROTIC FICTION. Graphic sex. A Special Birthday surprise in the form of a threesome takes an unexpected turn. Told in the first person. Perfect for reading to a special female.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044554597
Publisher:
Harry Kummings
Publication date:
05/24/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,027,783
File size:
51 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Harry Kummings is a writer of first person erotic fiction.Bullshit. My stories are hard-core porn wrapped in a loose framework that gives it purpose and context.I don't know anyone, male or female, straight or gay, that doesn't fantasize about sex at least sometimes. It may be about friends or coworkers, but more likely about mind-blowing sex with a stranger.Some of us fantasize beyond mere couples, imagining trysts involving threesomes, foursomes, public sex, and maybe even about playing a staring role in a porn movies. Most of us never get to live out those fantasies in real life. It may be the inability to overcome innate shyness, fear of getting a dreaded STD, or just the realization that it IS a fantasy which has no place in our real lives.So we resort to reading romance novels, erotica, and yes, even hard-core porn, which we can use as an aid to our already overactive imaginations. After all, the best sex begins in the mind. But if we have a sex partner, why should we go solo with our fantasies? I don't necessarily mean acting them out, but using them to provide additional fuel for our sex lives, by reading my stories to that special someone.I write my stories in the first person just for that purpose, and Harry Kummings is the persona I use to do it. The Poolroom and Canyon Lust are basically expanded phone sex fantasies about sex with a stranger in a semi- public location, with the person being read to the primary object of our fantasy.The Abduction is a bit different. It was an experiment in describing an uncontrolled (but willing) sexual encounter with multiple unknown partners we cannot see. Females are not likely to enjoy it fully UNLESS it is read to them so that they can experience it in a proper context.Pleasure Cruise and The Huntress, both full-length books are almost another genre altogether. At times, they almost wrote themselves. They are long enough to develop the characters beyond being mere mechanisms to fuel our fantasies. These characters often took on a life of their own, moving my plot lines in directions I had never planned nor considered, with results that often even surprised me. I've thought that Pleasure Cruise would be an excellent basis for a series of porn flicks, but on further reflection, concluded it probably has too much story line for the porn industry. Still, if anyone is interested......The Huntress, the latest Harry Kummings book, is also a bit different in another way. It was a challenge to myself to take a random picture, in this case a nude brunette outdoors, reclining in a lawn chair, and build a sexual fantasy around it. I think you will agree with me that it is a story well worth reading, with some surprising twists and turns. Since the person being read to is NOT specifically identified as one of the many beautiful participants, she is free to imagine herself as any one (or all) of them, though I suspect I know the one or two characters she will eventually settle on.It has been my intent that my stories be shared; even though I realize that many of my readers will be going "solo".Just remember, whether you're a couple, a group, or pleasuring yourself, if your sex isn't mind-blowing, your not doing it right!Harry KummingsPSPlease leave feedback.

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The Abduction 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This short story was writen from a mans point of view. Being a woman and not having the same equipment I found it hard to identify. Not much of a story. Really a mans extreme sexual experiance. A man would get off reading this.