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Terrance is going through a serious dry spell of intimacy at home, so his boss tells him to take the day off while giving him a little pill that Terrance hopes will help him relax. What unfolds next might be some of the best sex of Terrance's life, and proves that sometimes little pills can have very big side-effects. This 5100 word short story contains mature elements and is...
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The Little Blue Pill

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Overview

Terrance is going through a serious dry spell of intimacy at home, so his boss tells him to take the day off while giving him a little pill that Terrance hopes will help him relax. What unfolds next might be some of the best sex of Terrance's life, and proves that sometimes little pills can have very big side-effects. This 5100 word short story contains mature elements and is intended for audiences of age 18 years and older.

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“Big boy,” she said with a smile and a lick of her lips. Terrance pushed up onto his elbows as she looked him in the eyes and lowered her head, sliding her tongue along the hard length of flesh. He moaned and bit his lip, rolling his head back. It felt so good, and was so wonderful and wicked at the same time that he could hardly think straight. The months-long dry spell had left Terrance so needy for a bit of lustful attention, and Molly was too happy to offer it.

“Looks like you’re relaxed now,” she told him with a chuckle. “How about your ‘happy ending,’ huh?” When she took his cock into her mouth and started to stroke him, Terrance would have liked nothing better than to lay back and give into the sensation and pleasure of it, to let his body take over and take it to the end — which would most certainly be ‘happy,’ at least for him. Molly was a girl who enjoyed her work, and he wasn’t going to last more than a few moments under her care.

But he couldn’t do it. Terrance Peabody would never be able to go home and face his wife if he went through with it. And sooner or later, she’d find out the truth, if the shame of it didn’t kill him first. For a second he looked up at the ceiling and stared, asking himself just how he’d gotten to that point in the first place. Then he sat up — and it was the hardest thing he’d ever done, but he took hold of Molly’s hair and gently pulled her mouth off of him.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016330501
  • Publisher: McKenna James
  • Publication date: 3/21/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 42 KB

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