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THE HITCHHIKER’S GUIDE TO A THREESOME:

A Married Couple, Younger Man Erotic Fantasy

Seth Daniels

All characters appearing in this work are fictitious and 18 years or older. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental

Copyright © 2012 by Black Serpent Erotica

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ISBN: 978-1-62247-060-0

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Andrew felt the sweat trickle down the back of his neck. He ran a finger around the collar of his shirt, pulling it from the skin to try and let some air flow underneath to cool him down. The breeze was hot though and he knew he was wasting his time, although it didn’t stop him from trying. He finally pulled his hand away from his neck, placing it in front of his eyes to gaze up into the brightness above him. The sun beat down, drying the landscape to dust, and there wasn’t a cloud to be seen. Just my luck, Andrew thought, to pick one of the hottest days of the year to hitchhike home. An hour had passed since he reached the side of the highway and in that time a car hadn’t so much as slowed down. He started to wonder if anyone was ever going to stop for him.

Deciding to do a little walking to break the monotony, Andrew turned to stick up his thumb whenever he heard the sound of an approaching vehicle. Out of sheer boredom he started to count the cars that passed by without stopping. He was well into the fifties when his luck finally changed. He let out a sigh of relief as he saw the brake lights of the car come on and as it slowed to a stop at the side of the highway he broke into a run to catch up to it. The desire to get out of the sweltering sun was uppermost in his mind as he reached the vehicle and he mouthed a silent prayer that the owners would be kind to him.

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