Pizza Guy Confessions: #2 The Older Woman

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Out of college, Jeremy took a job as a pizza delivery guy. Most days were mundane. There were four special deliveries which he would never forget. This is one of them. Here he delivers to Francis, a forty year old woman living alone. When Jeremy first meets her, she was one hot neurotic mess. Through their sexual escapades, she loosens up. This is the tale of their first encounter.

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Words: 3,710
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301395903
About France Barnaby

I have a very vivid imagination and am always thinking about how regular meetings between people can turn into wild sexual adventures. Then I write some these thoughts down.

I live deep in the heart of Texas, where the stars are big and bright. Writing is what makes me happy. I write because I like it, and I hope you do too.

You can find me on Twitter @FranceBarnaby and email me at FranceBarnaby(at)

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Review by: Genevieve on May 04, 2013 :
Wonderfully descriptive detail. Very enjoyable.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Charden Wood on Feb. 04, 2013 :
Right away I liked this story. The author was very descriptive and gave just enough detail to help you visualize and get a sense of who the older woman was, but not so much that you start to get impatient and edgy.

Barnaby’s characters were truly believable for me. I loved how Francis, the older woman didn’t have to be a super model. The expression: “My cock wasn’t hard yet, but it was starting to get some blood flow”, came as a pleasant surprise. I loved that Jeremy’s massive penis didn’t have an immediate hard-on, even though the woman was already way ahead of him and stroking herself. The sex scene was good and satisfying and I especially enjoyed the little surprise ending later on, when all was said and done.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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