That's What Friends Are For

Adult Taboo Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Justin promised his mother he wouldn't be like his womanizing father and that he would remain a virgin until he met the right girl. Now 18, Justin is about to have his first time with his girlfriend Jen, but his best friend Samantha tells him not to trust her. It turns out she was right and Justin is heartbroken,but Samantha plans on making things better. After all isn't that what friends are for? More

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About Laura Lovecraft

Like her famous namesake, Laura was born, raised and still resides in historic Providence, Rhode Island. This Lovecraft's writing however, brings thrills of a completely different kind! Don't let the freckles and sweet smile fool you, erotica’s bad girl is not for the faint of heart.

Although Laura has penned some sexy fun in the categories of group sex and general erotica, Laura has made her bones in the realms of hardcore BDSM and truly Taboo tales. Currently Laura is best known for two dark and sexy series. Laura’s original masterpiece is the infamous (and banned on several sites) BDSM/Incest crossover Broken. This unique series has set the standard for not only taboo sex, but dark romance as well.

The other series is Tales of the Circle featuring a group of wealthy, powerful and sexually dominant men and women who rule the boardroom as well as the bedroom. In a more fun vein Laura's milf stories are full of sexy fun, especially her My Best Friend's mom books.

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James Henderson reviewed on on March 27, 2014

This is an excellent short story. The story line did not bog down into a syrupy love story, but maintained my interest to “turn the page” and keep reading. The love scenes do detract from the story which, to me, is very important.
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)
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