Playing Games by Scarlet DeLorne

Taboo erotica short story

Playing games

Brenda decides to organize a secret meeting to get to know Adam better by playing a game of questions and answers. Will her unconventional rules make him lose his cool, or will they both end up winners in this game of lust?

Genre: FICTION / Erotica / General

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Erotica

Language: English


Word Count: 5672

Sample text:

Adam's expression didn't waver as Brenda stuck a dainty pink painted toe into the water. He stared forward, as if seeing through her, though his whole attention was focused on the slender foot and shapely calf attached to it. His heart was thudding so hard in his chest that he feared she might have been able to hear it if not for the hot tub jets making their crude bubbling noise.

“It's hot,” Brenda squealed, jerking slightly before submerging the rest of her foot.

Adam groaned internally as it disappeared in the water, his thoughts of kissing and sucking each toe leaving with it, though the thoughts that followed when the water reached the curvature of her tanned thigh were even more wicked. Soon, she was chest deep in the water, her perky breasts peaking up above the water like two round bobbers. The swell of Brenda's breasts threatened to crest the top of her tight blue bikini and spill over. He wanted it to happen, to see them set free, nipples perked and exposed. His cock twitched with delight from the thought, and he was thankful for the disturbance the bubbles caused in the water. It was hard trying to suppress an erection when you were sitting across from such a beautiful, innocent woman.

Adam watched her carefully as she settled into the water, keeping all impure intent hidden behind his steel-gray eyes. “You had some questions you wanted to ask me?”

“Mhm.” Brenda nodded. “I thought this would be a good time to get to know each other, since mother is away on a business trip.”

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