The Virgin Tales 8: Andrea

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Andrea never did anything her parents wouldn’t approve of. She never drank, never smoked, never let a boy do more than offer a goodnight kiss on her doorstep. Her most rebellious act was to insist that she be allowed to live in the dorms when she started college. But even that seems like a bad idea when she’s harassed by a member of a local motorcycle club as she walks to her first class. She’s rescued by another club member, who later seeks her out to offer an apology. When Andrea finds herself alone with this dangerous man, will she realize her worst mistake, or will she find herself in a new world that warrants further exploration?

This is an explicit erotic short story of approximately 5,400 words. It contains graphic language and sexual themes. It is meant only for adults who are interested in this type of material for viewing in jurisdictions where its sale and enjoyment does not violate any local laws.

Excerpt:

He wasn’t wearing his leather jacket today—it was a little warmer than it had been the other morning—just a vintage t-shirt with an old soda logo on it. There were tattoos on his impressive arms, like the other guy, a whole sleeve on his right arm but only a few on his left. And the low neck of his t-shirt revealed more on his neck that disappeared along the right side of his chest. She found herself wondering what the design was, her thoughts going somewhere they probably shouldn’t have.

He wasn’t that bad looking. His hair was a little too long for her taste, and the tattoos were excessive. But he had a strong jaw, broad shoulders, and muscles that seemed to bulge from all the right places.

Andrea never really felt drawn to any one type of man. She dated a variety of boys in high school—all properly, nothing more than hand holding and a few kisses goodnight going on—from the captain of the football team to the nerdy president of the chess club. None of them had ever caused this flutter low in her belly like this tattooed bully did.

Again, thoughts she probably shouldn’t be having.

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