Denise, Mom and Dennis

Adult Taboo Erotica
Denise can’t get enough of her brother and his mother is still hungry for him too. He tries hard to satisfy both of them and seems to be succeeding, but his sister begins to wonder if he needs help and if the detective, Jack, who is investigating her attempted rape by Henry, may be ideal to help her brother. Donna isn’t so sure Dennis needs help, but she’s OK with Denise having a fling with Jack.
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About John E. Jay

John Edgar Jay has been writing erotica for about twenty-five years. He has written many short erotic stories and has decided others might want to read some of what he has written, so it is now available in eBook form from Smashwords Publishing, as well as several mainstream booksellers including Barns & Noble.

John has edited stories for other authors and offers his services to anyone who needs help. Many writers have very good story lines but their work is diminished by poor sentence construction, misused words, extraneous words, missing words, lack of subject verb agreement, incorrect use of contractions--in particular confusing the possessive pronoun "your" with the contraction of you are "you're", confusing the possessive pronoun "its" with the contraction for it is "it's" misuse of the verb "to lie" and other such problems.

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About the Series: Denise, Mom and Dennis
This is a story of a mother and her twins, Dennis and Denise. It cronicals some of their sexual adventures as Dennis discovers that his mother wants a sexual relationship with him and that his twin sister, whom he has adored all his life, also is open to a sexual relationship with him.

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