Monica's college cheerleading team is going through some changes. If they want to cheer competitively and look as good as possible, they're really going to need to shape up. Frank is the basketball coach but he's been hired to whip the cheerleaders into shape. He can't take his eyes off of Monica during training. Eventually, his wife notices Monica and invites her to get to know she and her husband a little better. Purchase this steamy romance now and spice up your kindle. Warning: This book is written for an audience 18 and over. This book contains sexual situations and adult language. Read more Read less.
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Follow the public exhibitionist adventures with Marcus Joyce, a newly open bisexual who is encouraged by his hot wife, Celeste, to explore the heady bi world of the adult cinema scene. Join Marcus - and Celeste - as he enjoys is very first foray into the scene, and quickly builds up to incredibly hot interracial multiple action Dressed to kill and eager to experience his very first time, Marcus hooks up with two hot, black bisexual guys and finally gets to indulge his secret bisexual fantasy with both young men as they watch the erotic bisexual movie and indulge in some XXX-rated action of their own. All the while, Celeste waits for him in the car, immersed in her own hot fantasies of what her sexy, bi husband is getting up to in the cinema, and looking forward to hearing all about it upon his return. Once inside, and filled with confidence following his first visit, Marcus initiates the hot, sexy bi action with a pair of young, black bisexual guys and pops his bi cherry whilst watching the incredibly erotic bi husband movie up on the screen. Marcus takes on all five guys with gusto and experience, thoroughly embracing his openly bisexual alter-ego and not stopping until both he and all five hot young men are completely spent and incredibly satisfied. Publisher Description.
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I'm encouraged that this blog gives many of you hope. And I'll disagree with the other person who responded to your comment. These garments will not be fun for dating, if you know what I mean. It's the sort of super dismissive "all women are the same" attitude that I learned in church and left to get away from. As a budding feminist, I left the church in my teens.