Sister Act with Sweet Skye (A Hypersexual Diary: The Adventures of Mr. Curvy, Chapter 62)

Sister Act with Sweet Skye (A Hypersexual Diary: The Adventures of Mr. Curvy, Chapter 62)

by Ron Galbraith

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BN ID: 2940155112495
Publisher: Ron Galbraith
Publication date: 01/27/2018
Series: Adventures of Mr. Curvy
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 786,446
File size: 126 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Hypersexuality is considered by most mental health professionals to be a psychological disorder, in that those who are diagnosed with it typically are obsessed with sex and feel compelled to engage in frequent sexual activity. That’s me. My name is Ron. I am a straight, white guy, by now solidly into middle age. I’m a licensed architect, and work independently, which gives me a reasonable amount of flexibility and independence, along with a decent income. I’m not rich, by any means, and I pay alimony to both of my ex-wives, but I have enough left over for some fun. I’m fit and reasonably trim- I work out almost daily and I’m careful about what I eat. I’ve been told that I’m better looking than most men my age, with a rock-hard body and sort of a rugged look, emphasized by a beard and tattoos on both arms. I have been hypersexual my entire life, and by now, I have had sex with hundreds of women in all manner of situations. Over the course of these adventures, I’ve learned something about how to give a woman pleasure, which is heightened somewhat by a unique anatomical anomaly. An old girlfriend bestowed the name “Mr. Curvy” to it, and that name has stuck. If anything, the pace at which I meet and have sex with girls has increased over the last few years, banging two, sometimes three new girls a week. Evoking classic pulp paperback porn of the 50s and 60s, these stories chronicle some of my more recent adventures. These are true stories of real sex with real girls; they actually happened exactly as they are described, except that the names of the women and other characters have been changed to protect their privacy.

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