This Ain't Lolita (an erotic story of me and my step daddy)

This Ain't Lolita (an erotic story of me and my step daddy)

by Jessica Jones, Sock Drawer Press
     
 

This ain’t Lolita, and I’m no Nabokov, but then again I’m not twelve either. I’m eighteen years old and while I’m not as pathetic as Humbert Humbert this is a story about sex that’s probably more than a little messed up. It’s a story about me and my step-father, and if that bothers you then don’t buy it.
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Overview

This ain’t Lolita, and I’m no Nabokov, but then again I’m not twelve either. I’m eighteen years old and while I’m not as pathetic as Humbert Humbert this is a story about sex that’s probably more than a little messed up. It’s a story about me and my step-father, and if that bothers you then don’t buy it.

This also isn’t a fairy tale. In real life nothing is perfect, and that especially includes sex, so you better get used to it. If you want everything to go as planned in some nice little porn cliché, then tough. If you want to hear what really happened? Well, that’s a whole other thing.

Here’s the skinny: I was about to head off to college and for reasons you’ll have to read to find out, I decided it would be a good idea to get my step-dad to sleep with me. Of course, it wasn’t that easy. First of all there’s that kid from high school who keeps being nicer than he should be, and then there are Daddy’s friends who sure as hell didn’t help either. Nothing is ever easy.

I’d like to say it’s a romantic story and in some ways it is, but there’s more sex than flowers and more sweat than chocolate. Love is complicated and sex is even more so.

The truth is that even to this day I can’t say the word Daddy without getting a flush in my cheeks and if you think it’s a good idea to call me Babygirl in bed you’ll either get a slap across the face or a kiss that will blow your mind. You never know.

So don’t criticize me until you’re read it, and even then I’m probably not interested. If the whole daddy/daughter thing doesn’t do it for you then don’t buy the book. Actually, don’t read it, but you should buy it as a gift for one of your more pervy friends. I guarantee you have one. Probably three or four.

Xoxoxo,
Jessica

And in case it's not clear, this is a work of fiction for mature adults. It is about 15,000 words or 50 pages long.

Excerpt:

“Why were you crying this afternoon?” he finally asked. I still had my legs over his lap and his arm was around me.

“Cause I slept with a boy I don’t really like all that much.” I don’t know why I went with the truth, but so it goes. I blame the wine.

“Oh,” was all he said.

“You probably think I’m a slut,” I told him, as I rested my head against his shoulder. “A gross slut.”

“Was it terrible?”

“No.”

We had a long moment of silence and once again I wasn’t sure how much he wanted to know or how much I was willing to tell him. He brushed my hair with his fingers absentmindedly, and we both reached down and had another sip of our wine. Just what we needed.

“How come you slept with him if you don’t really like him?”

That was the first question he asked that I really didn’t want to answer, but somehow it slipped out. Just like that I said the words I could never take back and everything changed.

“Because he called me Babygirl.”

I thought he was going to push me off his lap or stand up and storm out. I thought he might move or try to say something funny so he could pretend he didn’t hear me. Instead he was silent. He didn’t move his arm and I didn’t move a muscle. I kept my head on his shoulder and he ran his fingers through my hair.

“Babygirl,” he whispered quietly.

“Yes Daddy?” I asked looking up at him...

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013234888
Publisher:
JJ Publishing
Publication date:
09/12/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,121,235
File size:
245 KB

Meet the Author

Jessica Jones is the pen name of a NYC based writer and publisher. In her free time she enjoys writing dirty stories which often bump up against our cultural norms. This is a space for her to play, fantasize, and push herself in directions she doesn't often get to go at work.

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