ISBN # 978-1-4116-9063-9
My Secret Obsession Erotic Lesbian Stories, Volume II
Enjoy these excerpts from My Secret Obsession Erotic Lesbian Stories, Volume II:
From Love Takes a Business Trip:
I boldly unbuttoned and opened Jill's jacket, her blouse, and then, unhooked her bra's front closure, exposing beautiful, creamy breasts. Jill made no move to stop me, and moaned with pleasure as I took her nipples into my mouth, one at a time, teasing the hard balls that her erect nipples had become with attention from my tongue.
Suddenly, I was overwhelmed with fear. I knew that what I was doing was extremely risky, and everything that I had could be lost in a heartbeat. I had to ask myself: Would what I was doing be worth it in the morning? I was pretty sure that I had already taken things too far. The answer I gave myself sobered me.
From My Liza:
Suddenly, Liza pulled off of the freeway. She took an exit, and drove down the feeder street into a parking lot that was empty. It was still only 6:30 in the morning, few people were on the road, and none near that parking lot. She threw Scarlett into park, and turned to me and said, "kiss me, Blue."
"Uhh?. What?" What the hell? I wrinkled my forehead with a puzzled look. I wasn't ready for a request like that, and certainly not from Liza. We had lived together for over three years, and although we often snuggled when we watched television, and gave each other hot oil massages, I never, EVER, entertained the thought of sex with Liza. I just never let myself go there.
From Running Through The Hills:
Catching my breath for a moment, I looked around at our good fortune.
"Huhmmm, . . . sweet!"
"What do you mean, 'sweet'?" Lisa looked around. "This place is deserted. How is this 'sweet'?
"Oh, please," I scoffed. "Where I come from - this just represents a free fleet of trucks. Just here for the taking." I walked towards the nearest truck.
"So, you are going to steal that truck?" Lisa sputtered in disbelief.
"No!" I answered, with an exasperated "tsk!" "I'm just going to borrow it."
I rolled my eyes at her. I continued towards the answer to our problem, rolling up my sleeves as we walked.
From, The Disappearance:
And then, for some reason, Bette said, "No matter what, Blue, I'll never forget you, and I will always love you." Soon we were both sobbing, though we never acknowledged why. Maybe it was the passion. Maybe the raw emotion stirred by what she said. Or, maybe, somehow we both knew.
"Shhh. Me, too, Bette. Me, too." I stood up, and pulled her up with me. C'mon girl, you have a show to do. No puffiness."
From, The Dull Surprise:
There were no customers sitting at any of the tables. I think we were starting to formulate a plan.
At the dark end of the street . . . played from the speakers overhead. We held each other on the dance floor, leaning back slightly. "You know, Blue, there's a bathroom over by the back bar." Joie nodded towards it, and grinned.
"Baby," I frowned, "that would be awfully tacky."