She Only Wore a Shirt to the Funeral

She Only Wore a Shirt to the Funeral

by Ken Haramiru

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She Only Wore a Shirt to the Funeral by Ken Haramiru

At a funeral, Brent can't help but notice a woman attending in what looks like just a black shirt. From the glimpse of panties as she sits down, to the knowing grin she gives him as he leaves, there's something special about this encounter. The reception brings a debate about whether she's wearing a shirt or a dress - but the answer stops mattering once it's crumpled up on the floor!

Contains explicit sex.

EXCERPT:
“I was beginning to think you were chicken,” said a sultry voice from behind me. I turned around slowly, trying to use the time to think of an appropriate response.
No appropriate response was possible. Jade was sitting on a chair by the washer, her legs crossed enticingly. She wore the same smirk she’d given me from the cry room, her hands folded on her lap in such a way as to pull the shirt down, covering her legs just a little bit more.
I shook my head. “Just careful. Private talks should remain private,” I replied.
Her eyebrow shot up, and one of her fingers touched her upper lip, then ran down her chin. “Mmm. And what exactly do you want to talk about?” she asked.
I leaned against the wall, next to the door. “Well, you’re the one who asked me in here, so I think that’s for you to say. By the way, I’m Brent, and I’m not part of the family.”
“Good to hear. My name is Jade, and I think I caught you looking up my dress.”
I shrugged. “I don’t think you can call that a dress, Jade. As far as I can tell, it’s just a long button-up dress shirt. And you can’t blame a guy for looking - we look because it’s weird, then we can’t look away because you’re gorgeous.”
Jade giggled. “This is a dress shirt, which still has the word ‘dress’ in it. Don’t you know it’s rude to look up a girl’s dress?” she pressed.
I rolled my eyes and stepped closer to her. “Afraid it doesn’t count. I mean, look at this,” I said as I gestured at the open slit in the front, below the lowest button. “I couldn’t see your panties if you were wearing a dress. I’m sort of sorry that I looked in church, but you’ve got to be kidding me if you say you weren't trying to show off a little.”
Jade put her hand to her chest, like a delicate Southern flower who’d just been offended. “Why, I can’t imagine why you’d call this inappropriate!” she said in a shocked tone. Her words were accompanied by her uncrossing her legs, switching which one was on top. The scene was very Basic Instinct.
I grinned. “I can imagine a lot reasons to call it inappropriate,” I informed her. “Not the least of which is that you were wearing panties when you did that. Don’t you know you’re supposed to go commando?”
Jade’s grin turned into a smirk. “Lock the door, stud. This is going to get interesting.”

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044312982
Publisher: Ken Haramiru
Publication date: 02/12/2013
Series: She Wore... , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 290,981
File size: 119 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Ken Haramiru lives in a large city on America's west coast. He's gainfully employed at a large, faceless corporation, and owns several adorable pets. He's written science fiction off and on since his teens, but either couldn't finish stories due to writer's block, or they were fan fiction and thus unpublishable. One day not very long ago, he got frustrated with a block and just wrote a sex scene to move the plot along. After blinking in disbelief, he discovered that that the only way he could finish stories. After a while of conflict, he came to an uneasy truce with himself: he primarily writes erotica, but the more traditional author in him demands that his stories also have a plot beyond the sex.

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She Only Wore a Shirt to the Funeral 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If only I was young again!!!!!! This was a good book. The author's imaganation was quite good. Thanks for the fun read. J.... :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story loved it.
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Different Worth the read if you dont want the same old thing
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It is free and good. Why not?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok