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Love Is Just A State of Mind

Desperate Housewives Stories of Love

Natasha Brooks

Genre: Erotic Romance


Every good girl has a bad side. It just depends on whether her partner knows how to awaken the beast. These sexy tales are a collection of naughty stories about ladies exploring their sexual desires while also testing the boundaries of their dubious behaviors! When desires need to be fulfilled, sometimes love is never enough. From start to finish, these delicious tales of love and lust will seduce your mind and leave you wanting more!

This book contains language and content intended for 18+ readers only!


Her husband, Terrance, came home that night
and she had slid into bed with him, still thinking of Thomas.
She tried to hide it – how much she was
distracted. She listened to Terrance talk – as he did every night – about his
job as an attorney and how it was always stressful but lucrative to represent
an artiste or a congressman. Apparently, he had been to court twice in one day
and each meeting with the judge had taken almost every ounce of breath he could
muster. At the end, he had won but he just had to complain about everything he
had gone through to make that happen.
There was a time that she wanted to love how
he spoke to her about his job every night. She had somehow learnt to crave the
way his fingers traced the edges of her skin while he spoke. She got used to
the smell of his cologne too and sometimes thrilled herself by wearing his
shirt. But all these happened a long time ago – a very long time ago.
Now, while he finally stopped talking and
began to tickle her thighs with his fingers, she only closed her eyes and
wanted him done with her as soon as possible. He caressed her left thigh but
she felt no arousal for him. She could only picture Thomas’ smile in her head.
She could remember his strong arms and the way his tongue passionately tasted and
suckled her nipples.
Terrance had slid down the bed to pull up her
nightgown and rid her off her panty. He kissed the soft flesh between her
thighs and dug his tongue into her hole. She appreciated his effort. She
widened her thighs to give him more room and silently thanked him for
reawakening her memories of Thomas. She imagined her husband to be her high
school lover. She imagined him to be the young man that had torn her thighs
apart with lust and had made her heart warm with love.
She wanted that endless orgasm that Thomas
had given her as her high school sweetheart. So, she held Terrance’s head and
pulled him up with a moan. She welcomed him into her warm embrace too, staring
into his eyes and seeing the man in her thoughts.
“Oh My!” She whispered as soon as Terrance
found her pleasure hole and rammed his cock deep into it.
He wasn’t even listening to her. He was
fucking her hard now, lost in between his own pleasure. She urged him on,
wanting the memory of Thomas to never cease. She could remember the three times
he had held her pinned to the wall of his room and rammed into her from behind.
She had felt loved. She had felt as if he meant the entire world to her.
Countless orgasm had been what he gave to
And she was having one now, thinking about
him! She dug her fingers into her husband’s shoulders now as her climax came.
Her body shook violently. Terrance was muttering inaudible words too while all
she could mutter was the word, Thomas.

She was going nuts over a
man that probably didn’t know that she existed anymore and she knew it.

About the Author:

Natasha is the Founder/Editor-in-Chief of Bare Back Magazine. She is a blogger, content writer, ghost writer, editor and owner/publisher at Emerging Edge Publishing. Natasha is the editor of the popular erotic fairy tales anthology Fair Tales Can Come True and the creator of the relationships series: Relationships And Other Stuff. 

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