My Friend's Cute Young Wife

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Revised and expanded. 4/25/2014
Ron invites Danny to dinner. Danny is greeted very warmly by Connie, Ron’s beautiful young wife, who boldly offers herself to him in front of Ron. She invites him into the kitchen, shows him her vulva and promises to let him take her after dinner. They have sex on the kitchen table beginning a torrid fifty year affair during which he fathers four children for her More

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Words: 67,070
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465802224
About John E. Jay

John Edgar Jay has been writing erotica for about twenty 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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Review by: Karl on Aug. 30, 2012 :
Couldn't finish it... hell, never got halfway through it. Characters talk incessantly, more dialogue than sex, and that dialogue is very stilted, unnatural; nobody actually speaks that way (use contractions, for Pete's sake; I'm instead of I am, you're instead of you are, we'll instead of we will, etc.) Would have been disappointed even if it were free; definitely not happy about shelling out five bucks for it. Don't waste your time.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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