A Welcome Home Menage [NOOK Book]

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C. J. welcomes home UCLA mates Jake and Eddie who've been in Africa studying the breasts and sexual habits of tribal women. Upon their return, first order of business, A Welcome Home Menage!

In C. J.'s words, “Like many of my college friends, we simply went our separate ways after graduation. I did hear that Ed and Jake went down to Africa. Ed wanted to study the breasts of tribal women. Jake wanted to study their sexual habits. Their ultimate...
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A Welcome Home Menage

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Overview

C. J. welcomes home UCLA mates Jake and Eddie who've been in Africa studying the breasts and sexual habits of tribal women. Upon their return, first order of business, A Welcome Home Menage!

In C. J.'s words, “Like many of my college friends, we simply went our separate ways after graduation. I did hear that Ed and Jake went down to Africa. Ed wanted to study the breasts of tribal women. Jake wanted to study their sexual habits. Their ultimate goal was to teach anthropology. Using their African studies as their doctoral thesis. When I heard this, I laughed aloud, as it did seem like something that the two of them would actually do. I took it all in with a cup of Irish whiskey and forgot about them. Then, yesterday, I was out shopping in a Hallmark gift shop when my cell phone began to vibrate. To my surprise, it was Edward!”

C.J. and her friends waste no time in getting together and having a ménage a trois to bring fantasies to life in this 20 page City Girl Series Quickie Read!

Excerpt:

While attending UCLA, I made many cool friends. Two of them, Edward and Jake, dropped out of sight right after graduation. They were braincases, always studying, always on the Dean’s List, and always seducing the good-looking chicks.

Edward had professed that he loved me, on several occasions. Then, Eddy would use the same lines on another chick, right in front of me, especially when he was three sheets to the wind, which means, in sailing jargon, drunk as a skunk. He had the propensity to make one love him with immediacy. I think it was his blue eyes and the way they sparkled when he smiled. Ed is simply a charmer. He always had money and knew how to treat, without being obnoxious. He was a known chick magnet and, I honestly believe, he didn’t even know it.

Jacob, Eddie’s roommate, better known as Jake, was the consummate romantic. There was always an intellectual girl hanging on his arm. These two, Ed and Jake, were always together. They were just happy guys and always fun to be around.

Once, as a junior, I passed out at a wet and wild football party (I was with the cheerleaders, but not a cheerleader), and woke up the next morning between Jake and Edward. We were in a king size bed and I was stark naked. So was Jake. Eddie was in his boxer shorts. I crawled out to the foot of the bed and hunted down my clothes, which I found, at the pool. Silly me; I didn’t even know whose house we were in.

My MG was parked, a little crooked, on the street, my purse was on the seat; and, I was still abuzz, but climbed in and drove back to the dorm, very cautiously. Neither of the boys ever mentioned that night afterward, and nor have I.

Anyway, we ran into each other frequently back then. Like many of my college friends, we simply went our separate ways after graduation. I did hear that Ed and Jake went down to Africa. Ed wanted to study the breasts of tribal women. Jake wanted to study their sexual habits. Their ultimate goal was to teach anthropology. Using their African studies as their doctoral thesis. When I heard this, I laughed aloud, as it did seem like something that the two of them would actually do. I took it all in with a cup of Irish whiskey and forgot about them.

Then, yesterday, I was out shopping in a Hallmark gift shop when my cell phone began to vibrate. To my surprise, it was Edward!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012650023
  • Publisher: LA Books
  • Publication date: 4/7/2011
  • Series: City Girl Series , #27
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 732,858
  • File size: 307 KB

Meet the Author

C. J. Starr is the bestselling author of the City Girl Series, about women with high ambition and libido to match. Starr began writing erotica short stories after hearing her friend’s college sexual escapades and swapping tale of adventures. The women Starr writes about are intelligent, strong, personable, and always with a sense of purpose and humor. City Girls know where they’re going and where they’ve been. They are young, college-educated, sexual beings who love to have fun and swap their stories. Starr writes about herself and her friends (with their full permission, of course!)
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2011

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    You'll want to add this short to your TBR list. This short story is fun and flirty.

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