Hayley loves her roommate, Catherine. Who wouldn't? She's beautiful, funny, smart, and considerate. Her only fault is that she's straight. Worse still, she's driving Hayley to distraction and affecting her grades. Faced with the choice of leaving Catherine or losing her scholarship, Hayley comes up with a third option - brainwash Catherine into becoming a lesbian. But that's impossible. Or is it?
From the author of The Peripheral Cocksucker Series and Next Year's Model comes a novella of obsessive love, lust, and the seductive power of perfume.
A warning to potential readers. This is a story of lesbian romance. There are no well-hung pizza delivery guys slipping it to barely legal college girls, no well-hung stockbrokers spanking their barely legal stepdaughters, and no well-hung teachers nailing naughty co-eds. If that's what you're looking for, you won't find it here.
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
This is not porn. At first glance what I write may look like it, but it isn't. Porn is all about nailing babysitters. Eighteen-year old babysitters. Hot, busty, eighteen-year old virgin babysitters who happen to be sitting for attractive, older divorced men who also happen to be rich and powerful, and have 11-inch penises. Give me a frickin' break. My sexy science fiction isn't for everybody. It is for people who like to read. It is for the reader who appreciates the build up every bit as much as the payoff, as well as for those who enjoy irreverent, sometimes laugh out loud humor. The boobs may get a little big sometimes, but it's all in good fun. So if you're ready to move on up to realistic characters, moving scenes, and lots and lots of dirty sex, give my stuff a try. I promise you won't be disappointed. I also promise no babysitters. Not ever. Companion art can be found at my DeviantArt page (http://bigkahuna69.deviantart.com): cover art for books in process, concept art, and just fooling around kind of stuff. If you like my work, let me know (firstname.lastname@example.org). The same goes for typos, formatting problems, or other things that can detract from a good reading experience. Thanks for reading, and don't forget to rate, Kahuna