Figs

Figs

by Tabitha Rayne

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ISBN-13: 9781786514127
Publisher: Totally Entwined Group Ltd
Publication date: 05/10/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 34
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Tabitha Rayne has been told she is quirky, lovely and kinky—not necessarily in that order or by the same person. She writes erotic romance and as long as there’s a love scene, she’ll explore any genre. She also has a passion for painting nudes.

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Copyright © Tabitha Rayne 2016. All Rights Reserved, Totally Entwined Group Limited, T/A Pride Publishing.

“Just suck it, go on…”

“No,” I said, recoiling from his outstretched hand.

“Go on, it’s supposed to feel exactly like something rude.”

“Shut up, Rory.” I twisted my head away, acting repulsed, but if I were honest, my curiosity was piqued. What kind of thing? I wondered, but I didn’t really want to ask. Rory was the office perv. You know the type, complimenting you by telling you he’d shag you. As if you ought to be grateful. No. I didn’t want to give him any encouragement, but I asked before I could stop myself.

“What is it anyway?”

He smiled in that smug way as if he was about to impart a great wisdom and ‘poor you’ for being so ignorant—how lucky he was there to explain.

“What? The fruit?” He cocked his eyebrow. “Or the rude thing?”

I rolled my eyes. “The fruit, Rory.”

“Ain’t you never seen a fig before?”

“Oh, is that what it is?” I’d only seen fig leaves covering statues’ privates or those gross soft biscuit things with the brown goo inside—I hadn’t realized they were actual fruits. I wasn’t going to let him know that. “It’s just they’re usually a bit greener, fresher-looking.” He looked unconvinced so I said the thing I shouldn’t have. “Okay then, tell me. What is sucking on a fig meant to represent?”

“You should figure it out for yourself.” He cupped the fruit in his palm and peeled away a section, revealing a ruddy maroon inner flesh, then held it up to my face again. I had to admit, it did look succulent and inviting, but I wasn’t going to eat out of his pervy hand. I plucked it from his grasp, careful to avoid any contact with his skin, and took a closer look. The color was that of seduction and I decided I ought to taste it in private. I turned.

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Maudmama More than 1 year ago
Faced with the office perv and a fig Mae does what she should have done before - played Rory at his own game.... Such a fun, quick read, with a touching love story between Mae and Janey, and more than a few sexual encounters! Still won't make me eat a fig though!! Copy received from publishers in exchange for an honest review