Caught in the Act: Sleeping with my Girlfriend's Daughter and her Boyfriend

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When I walked in on my girlfriend’s eighteen-year-old daughter and her boyfriend, I knew one thing for sure: I had to have them both.

It wasn’t hard to convince them to play my little game, and within minutes I had them both in the palm of my hand while I watched. They were willing to do anything at all as long as I didn’t tell on them, but they didn’t know just how dirty my mind was.

Luckily for all three of us, I wasn’t in the mood to wait or hold back.

This is a short, highly erotic story of bi sex between consenting adults. Like much of my writing, it's boundary pushing, intense, and turns morality on its head.
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Mar 14, 2017
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Fiction / Erotica / General
Fiction / Short Stories (single author)
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