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Aircraft Delivery to Oregon

Published by David V. Barth at Smashwords

Copyright 2013 by David V. Barth

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Preface
Chapter 2: The Experimental Airplane
Chapter 3: Paul asked Barton to fly his plane to Oregon
Chapter 4: Barton waited for good weather
Chapter 5: Upon arrival, Paul's wife, Jane, gave Barton a French kiss
Chapter 6: Barton told Paul Jane kissed him; Paul told Barton he could date Jane
Chapter 7: Jane showed Barton around the property
Chapter 8: Jane led Barton up to the hay mow
Chapter 9: Barton undressed Jane in the hay mow
Chapter 10: Barton carried naked Jane to some hay
Chapter 11: Barton caressed Jane in all the right spots
Chapter 12: Jane and Barton were hot for each other
Chapter 13: Barton and Jane did it again
Chapter 14: Barton and Jane kicked their clothes off the edge of the hay mow
Chapter 15: Barton shined the flashlight on Jane's cute, naked ass as she descended the ladder
Chapter 16: Jane and Barton walked to the house, hand-in-hand, stark naked
Chapter 17: Paul said he was moving out, leaving Jane alone in the house
Chapter 18: Jane asked Barton to stay
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Chapter 20: About the Author

Chapter 1: Preface

This is a short, erotic fiction story about a pilot who delivers a friend's plane from Colorado to Oregon and receives a special "gift" when he arrives. All characters in this story are fictitious and are more than eighteen years of age. Any similarity to persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

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