The Discreet Lesbian - Mandy & Kathleen’s Romantic Getaway
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Mandy and Kathleen, two very much in love and two extremely young attractive lesbians, take you with them on their first romantic getaway where they explore all of each other and Memphis, TN. They stay at the world famous Peabody Hotel, but their excursions take them out in the country where they are surprised to find one of the classiest private lesbian dinner dance clubs in the country. More
Mandy, The Discreet Lesbian, and her lover, Kathleen, are flying down the road to Memphis for a romantic getaway. They had never expected an opportunity to be by themselves for three whole days as Mandy had a baby to care for and was still married to her screwed up husband who was a total jerk.
But everything had somehow fallen into place to give them what the considered was the trip of a lifetime and they were going to enjoy every delicious second of it. They had reserved a room at the world famous Memphis Peabody Hotel and were planning to take in the town. That is, they were going to see the sites around Memphis if they could manage to keep their hands off each other long enough to leave their swanky hotel room.
Unbeknownst to them, when they were planning their little romantic escape, Memphis, though located smack in the middle of the Bible belt, had quite a bit to offer two lesbians on vacation from the small sleepy town of Paducah, Kentucky. In fact, to their surprise, Memphis could easily compare with Las Vegas or LA as far as gay entertainment was concerned.
Go with them as they visit an exclusive lesbian member’s only dinner dance club way out in the Tennessee countryside or watch their jaw dropping reactions to their very first professional drag show. Be a fly on the wall as they enjoy exploring each other’s bodies in a big antique claw-footed tub, in the huge walk-in shower and anywhere else that happened to be handy.
This is a lesbian holiday story that will inspire you to take one of your own. Mandy and Kathleen would later confront many trying tribulations, but for this trip, their love for each other could be expressed with unhampered abandon. This trip was beyond ecstasy – it was pure heavenly euphoria.