When a night out turns into that chance meeting... you just have to go for it!
Of course, it's best to not mention that you're engaged. Especially if he might be a better option.
Angel didn't go out looking to meet Tom. How could she have? He's new in town, and this is the first club he's checked out. But their inevitable collision - two individuals mixed into a crowd of sheeple - sparks a reaction for them both. Maybe Angel figured a one stand would be ok and prove to her how much she loves her fiance. Maybe she just needed to break out of her routine. Tom's influence has an impact though - and it's not long before Angel's experimenting with DIY penetration on her own to thoroughly tease him. The beginning of something truly as disastrous as it is sexy: Tom and Angel meet!
***** "Angel was just that strange girl you always wondered about... and then you find out how much more she's in it for."
***** "Do it yourself dildos - *OMG* I'm cringing whenever I go into the bathroom now!"
***** "There's all this focus on sexy Angel... let's be honest... Tom is a piece of work as well."
Experience their romance and sex play from the start. Tom and Angel turn their one night stand into an intense roller coaster that opens her sexuality.
Tom's planning a night out at a new club in a new town, but there's no way to avoid the locals. Maybe meeting Angel was a gift after dealing with some hoodlums, but she's more than she seems in ways Tom doesn't know. Dancing, diner, sex! "London DJ (An Angel Story)"
Frustrated because she has nothing sexy to share with Tom, Angel feels like she is missing out. But she can fix that with a bit of DIY play, and so begins her bottom experiments. Just watch out for splinters! "Bottom Experiments (An Angel Story)"
Approximately 10,100 words.
Bonus: Plus selections from our Spring 2014 catalog with commentary.
This book is intended for mature audiences.
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About the Author
Max is the go to guy for those crazy sex questions that only come up during a night of drinking - because he "just knows that stuff." When he's not receiving text messages with queries about British boys wearing unicorn suits and SMS messages with wine bottle adventure photos, Max wanders North America and Western Europe music festivals and clubs so he can dance his own way. His sexy companions try to keep him in line, and his work tries to keep him too busy to get into trouble - but Max is an unrestrainable phenomena orthogonal to the Zeitgeist.