Sexier Side of the Hill [NOOK Book]

Overview

It's even hotter on the Sexier Side of the Hill?

Michelle has just graduated from university and is embarking on a new career as a doctor. She's going to have a big 40th birthday party to prove to her younger uni pals that she isn't over the hill, and on a booze cruise to France she has a sexy adventure with two hot bi guys.

But this is just...

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Sexier Side of the Hill

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Overview

It's even hotter on the Sexier Side of the Hill…

Michelle has just graduated from university and is embarking on a new career as a doctor. She's going to have a big 40th birthday party to prove to her younger uni pals that she isn't over the hill, and on a booze cruise to France she has a sexy adventure with two hot bi guys.

But this is just the start, as her ex-boyfriend, Darren, shows up at her party, walking in on a very hot threesome. But will he turn around and walk out or stay to join in?



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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781906590505
  • Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/2/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 32
  • File size: 239 KB

Meet the Author

Victoria Blisse is a mother, wife, Christian, Manchester United fan and erotica writer. She is equally at home behind a laptop or a cooker and she loves to create stories, poems, cakes and biscuits that make people happy. She was born near Manchester, England and her northern English quirkiness shows through in all of her stories. Passion, love and laughter fill her works, just as they fill her busy life. If you want to know more about Victoria and her brand of rosy, raunchy romance please check out her website.
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It was late, or was it early? It was one of those morning hours that rest in the middle of the night and I was beginning to regret my clever, money saving idea.

“Ticket please.” The bus driver, at least, looked semi-awake. The bags under his eyes were old and worn in, like favourite slippers. I handed him my slip of shiny cardboard, and he clipped it, passing it back as I stepped up into the bus.

The smell of cheap cleaning products and musty seats enveloped me as I trudged down the aisle to the very back. I know it’s somewhat childish, but I couldn’t seem to shake the need to get as far away from the driver as possible. I settled in the back corner and marvelled at the number of nutters getting on this very bus at rude o’clock in the morning.

My excuse? I’m nearly forty. I graduated in the summer as a doctor and I wanted to throw a party. So I was off to France for cheap booze and an adventure.

The first few travellers to board after me were pensioners, a couple who smiled and nodded to the others up front. The gentleman helped his wife remove her coat and pressed a hand to her arm as she slipped into their seats. How very romantic.

It was the last two men to get on who really grabbed my attention. They were both handsome but completely different in appearance. The dark haired, cocoa-skinned guy was smooth and slick, his clothes pressed and reeking of expense. His complexion shone, and his shaven cheeks glowed with the health afforded by expensive beauty products.

The other man was rougher. His chin was studded with tiny whiskers which combined with the groggy look to his blue eyes and showed me he hadn’t been awake very long. He was dressed for comfort. His old, worn jeans definitely hadn’t been bought in such a shabby-chic condition and the old denim jacket was in matching condition.

The t-shirt beneath it all was plain but clean.

I wanted to leap on both of them, to dive in and take a bite from the smooth darkness and the light charm at exactly the same time. My mind, already filled with naughty images, and my body were on an erotic edge. It wouldn’t take much to tumble me over. I felt a tiny pang of guilt, thinking of Darren, my ex-boyfriend. I’d loved him—probably still did—but I remembered the fresh pain of us breaking up. It was time to move on, I reminded myself. I was indeed single again. I might not have been happy about it, but I was free and well within my rights to fantasise about these two handsome guys.

They sat on the seats across from me, their musk and citrus scents permeating the air. They both smiled as they sat down and I grinned back. I really wanted to speak, but I couldn’t think of a word to say. Put me at the scene of a horrific car crash and I’ll be as cool as a cucumber, calmly in control. Place me in a room with a dying cancer patient and I’ll find the words of comfort they need to hear. But put me in the presence of hot men and I seize up completely.

Luckily, one of them broke the silence.

“Excuse me.” The dark stranger smiled, his deep voice rounded by a plumy accent. “Do you know what time we will be arriving in Calais?”

“I think the driver said about lunchtime,” I replied, trying my best to smile seductively.

“Great,” the bit of rough growled, his voice vibrating straight into my cunt. “I can get a bit more kip now, then.”

The smooth gentleman smiled apologetically as his friend leaned back and rested his head on the window.

“Excuse, Paul.” He smiled. “He went out last night, and he’s still feeling a tad hung-over. My name’s Simon, by the way.”

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  • Posted March 24, 2014

    Sexier Side of the Hill by Victoria Blisse My oh my, Victoria su

    Sexier Side of the Hill by Victoria Blisse
    My oh my, Victoria sure does not how to get your panties in a twist! What a yummy story. Victoria takes us on another bus ride but this one is a whole lot naughtier that Secret Surprise.  This one is three times the fun. Have you ever fantasized over someone you just saw? Well Michelle is having no problems fantasizing over Paul and Simon. Michelle just graduated getting her Doctors degree so she is off to get some alcohol for a party she is throwing for herself. On the way she bumps into two extremely good looking gentleman on the bus. This will be no ordinary bus ride for the three of them. Michelle is kind of an exhibitionist and she loves the thrill of being caught. If you LOVE some M/F/M, M/M, M/F action than hello this is a great book for you to read and it’s a quick read too! I received this book as a gift from the author.

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