From the book: “There was a guy in my home town named David. He was a local ‘Phenom’; a rich kid for sure, and his father doted on him. His father actually gave him a shiny Chevy convertible on his birthday. David was as good looking as Tom Cruise; as well built as Brad Pitt; with a equipment similar to John Holmes. He also had a “way” with people, and got more action than Elvis Presley. He was way mature for his years. He not only became friends with the young chicks in town; he even befriended a lot of married ladies. He was special, he knew it, and so did everybody else.
He and I were friends, and it wasn’t uncommon for me to ride around with him, when he was on the prowl. We were riding around one day when he said that he had heard I was seeing a young, local chick named Susan. I told him I was, and that she was pretty hot. He asked me if I had made love to her yet, and I told him I had. “In fact,” I said, I busted her door wide open about a week ago.” - He got a big smile on his face from hearing that, and asked me when I was going to have another date with her. I told him that we were going out the following Friday night. Dave gave another big smile and said, “Why don’t you take her down by the river, by our old spot, and I’ll meet you there.” I knew exactly what he had in mind, and agreed.”
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About the Author
Houlden Hemmings has had a passionate involvement in American literature since the early ’80s. His first adult ‘read’ was “Catcher in the Rye” and it opened his eyes for his later writings. When the ‘Age of the Internet’ blossomed, Hemmings was one of the early writers who began to diverge from traditional ‘content’ and write toward his reader’s hard-wired anthropology, and the more subtle, psychological area. – Houlden believes that the brain is the most overlooked sex organ in the body, and his writing caters to a ‘story-view’ rather than a “friction” view. – According to Houlden, there have been several great ‘thematic’ literature revelations in American letters… With the introduction of the wildly popular, “Fifty Shades of Gray”… the “erotic-theme” is emerging in American literature. Houlden’s graphic, but non-pandering stories will thrill you in your inner-core. Mr. Hemmings has had a private audience for his writing over the last 20 years. His decision to make his work open to the public will set new standards in the venue of ‘erotic literature’. – His commentary is unconventional, insightful, controversial, and above all… entertaining. Houlden believes the most important medium to ever hit the masses is the Internet, and the tremendous influence it has had on global communication. When you read his ‘soon-to-be-launched’ blog, “This Erotic Life”, you will know one thing for sure, – ‘It’s the ‘sexiest’ thing you’ve ever read, and you KNOW you’re coming back for more.