For the ladies

The flames from the fire in the hearth shot shadows across the dark, warm room. They reflected an orangey glow across the bed where you lay, cuddled up in a pure white down mattress and duvet. The smell of lavender mixed beautifully with the natural

Pierre

Pierre

I blew out the candle. It was pitch dark as I tied the pure white, soft silk scarf around your head, covering your eyes. I led you to the bed and you lay down on your stomach. We did not speak. I turned up the Neil Diamond CD. Y

hot summer day

The hot summer days

On a hot summer I had a fight with my husband and so decided to stay in my room till he went, the time passed and after about an hour I decided to take a dip in our backyard pool with my daughter [Debby 14]. While we were going

Birdwatcher

Connie watched from the seclusion of her darkened apartment as Don plunged his cock in and out of the woman. They were standing beside his bed, his knees bent so that he could enter her from behind as she bent over to support herself. She was shorter

Beachfront Fantasy

At a beachfront hotel in the Bahamas, there was no wind on this quiet evening. The moon was in quarter phase and you could hear the gentle splashing of the waves against the beach. It was after midnight, so the normal crowd noise at this beautiful re

Snowy night play time

On one cold winter night in the mountains of North Georgia the snow was coming down and making the ground look like a soft white blanket with the street lights reflecting periodically it made the perfect setting for a winter wonderland. As we drove

The Stuff Wet Dreams are Made Of

The Stuff Wet Dreams Are Made Of

In my dream you slide in me.
Locking our bodies tightly
First, you started out just stroking it
Asked me if it feels good
Then you got your grove on-changing the pace
By, suddenly slamming in me
Moving fas

My Neighbor

My Husband, My Neighbor, and I

It all started with the simple flirting on the instant messenger. And even in the beginning it was nothing. But I couldn’t help but noticing the feelings I was starting to develop for my neighbor, Joe. He