Reading a erotic romance on an e-reader, while flying at 27,000 feet can lead to erotic an airborne tryst in the lavatory with a handsome stranger. It happened to Krista and now she's a happy member of the Mile High Club. Read all about it and maybe it'll happen to you.Genre: FICTION / Erotica / General
Short hot story with great cover that should sell well. Only 3700 words
Rising and stepping across the aisle, he picked up my e-reader from the seat next to me and sat down. "What'cha reading, My Brother's Keeper?"
I snatched the e-reader back. "If you don't mind."
"What's it about?"
I sighed, "It's about a man who's obsessed with his sister-in-law."
"Turned you on didn't it?"
"If you don't min—"
"I saw what you were doing…touching yourself."
Oh my God. He did see me! His comment knocked the breath from my lungs. A flush of heat coursed through me.
"I'm very attracted to you."
Jesus, The blond god wants me. I gazed into the intense blue eyes staring into mine. I wanted him too, but…"I'm married."
He snickered. "So am I."
My thigh burned as he set hand upon it, inches from my randy pussy and swollen clit. I sighed.
He glanced around then said sotto voce, "I'm not talking about dating you. I'm talking about fucking you!"
The inflection on fucking sounded deliciously dirty. I should've been offended; instead my pulse sped up and my cunt clenched.
"Shocked you didn't I?"
I nodded. "A little."
"You're mixed race, aren't you?"
"Yeah, our family is supposed to have a little of everything. mostly latino, a little black and a touch of white."
I studied his very serious, very handsome face and imagined his sexy thin lips touching mine. I did want him. Unbidden, salacious mental images of what he suggested imposed themselves in my mind. Suddenly, I became unbearably hot.
He glanced around once more.
Apparently, contemplating his lurid proposal, I did too. Most passengers were asleep.
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