Phuket's Red Lights - Couple's Erotica

Phuket's Red Lights - Couple's Erotica

by Chara Gladey

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Phuket's Red Lights is a Couple's Erotica short story - M/F. This erotica short story contains explicit content, erotic situations, graphic language and is suitable for readers 18 and over.

Chuck is a very eager sex tourist on his way to Thailand. He finds his way to a place that sounds remarkably like Fuckit, called Phuket, and ends up spending the night with three different girls. He enjoys a bit of a show, with Ping-Pong balls popping out of the girl’s vaginas, all in good fun of course. He spends the night with one of them, then another with a different girl. All of the acts lead to a final one, where poor ol’ Chuck is faced with somewhat of a dilemma. The first two girls were, in fact, simply a prelude, as the last girl, called Jai, offers him to stay with her. Chuck pictures his dear wife while mounting the Thai girl, vowing to show his lover at home some of the new techniques he has learned in the last two days. But can Chuck resist the tempting prospect of staying in Thailand?

Like a big tomcat, Chuck mounts her straightaway, his penis sheathed in protective rubber and searching for its tight-fitting home.
“Not there, Mister,” meows the Cat, “Here!”
She deftly inserts with her hand the bulging tip of Chuck’s penis into her anus. “Go, man, go in.”
Chuck by this time is beside himself. No woman has ever let him do this before, let alone inviting him in her through her tight back passage. What his penis is feeling is truly overwhelming.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015636116
Publisher: Xplicit Press
Publication date: 09/28/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 32 KB

About the Author

Erotica Short Fiction writer on who loves to read, write and blog Erotic Fiction.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The scenes are entertaining to read and imagine, and most of all easy, especially the part about Ping-Pong balls, which is quite amusing. The characters are all described beautifully, with added detail about their names.