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Cowboy’s First Gangbang

By Misha Belmont


Smashwords Edition

Copyright 2013 Misha Belmont


With a spring in his step, Billy sauntered through the Wild West.

Billy was a gun toting drifter that hopped from one town to the next. He spent his day rounding up outlaws that caused trouble for the locals and did his best to solve problems whenever they appeared. He was often showered with the praises of the townspeople and broke the hearts of the woman who swooned over his heroism. Billy had become something of a famous character among those that encountered him, known for his heroic acts, stunning good looks and charming personality.

It was an image that Billy worked hard to cultivate.

The truth was, Billy stayed in a new town waiting for bandits to appear. Sometimes he’d wait hours, days or even weeks for some to appear. In that time he’d make himself known to the locals; charming the ladies, play poker with the men, and entertain the curious children with pot shots at empty cans. And if no bandits appeared, he’d see if he could create problems to solve. A lot of wild accusations were thrown at Billy on a regular basis.

He may have been a hero in the townsfolk eyes, but Billy was in it for personal gain. He was often giving free room and board, whiskey on the house and his pick of the women that threw themselves at him (more than once had Billy picked all of them at the same time.) He may have been no more honest than the outlaws he shot, but at least he wasn’t going about raping and pillaging.

Billy was an experienced gunslinger, and he had the body to prove it. He was strong, with built, sculptured muscles that had made many a woman fawn over. One mischievous wink with those deep blue eyes practically set alight the bloomers of every woman in a ten foot radius. Paired with an alluring, baritone voice and chivalrous attitude, Billy was a man that turned heads wherever he walked.

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