Coffee Shop Quickie: A Lesbian Story

Coffee Shop Quickie: A Lesbian Story

by Ava Sterling

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Marianne hates her job at the coffee house. Not just because of how boring it is, but because her boss, Helen, expects things beyond normal job duties. Things of a more physical nature. Because of an accident, Marianne had to make it up to Helen in the privacy of her back office. She thought nothing can go right that day until a nurse comes in for coffee…and turns Marianne’s world upside down.

(This explicit, 4,600 word story is intended for adult readers only)

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153128580
Publisher: Ava Sterling
Publication date: 07/13/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 576 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Like many of you, I am a voracious reader. While I enjoy a wide variety of genres, one that I keep coming back to is erotica. In a world of annoying coworkers, sterile interactions, unfulfilled fantasies, schedule books, and monotony, we search for something that makes us feel that . . . fire, that passion, again. That's where I come in. I write steamy stories that make people curl their toes, grip the edges of the sheets, and forget to take dinner out of the oven. I believe erotica stories deserve a plot and believable characters. I hope you'll give one of my stories a read. Go on, have a YOU moment. You deserve it. Sign up for my newsletter and receive a free book!

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Coffee Shop Quickie: A Lesbian Story 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
smg5775 More than 1 year ago
Jasmine enters the coffee shop where Marianne is the barista. To Marianne she is the most beautiful woman she’s ever seen. Losing concentration, Marianne drops the order causing her boss, Helen, to come from the back. Helen then reprimands Marianne. I liked this tale. Helen and Jasmine show totally different reactions to Marianne’s clumsiness. I liked the contrast between the two. Marianne was interesting. Subservient with one. An equal with the other. The sex play was different with Marianne and each partner. Again I liked the contrast. I know which one I preferred. I look forward to more like this from Ava Sterling.