- File Size: 262 KB
- Print Length: 39 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 5, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00PB84PCU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,241,699 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Being Karen: Part 2.5 of the Taking Lance Series Kindle Edition
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Karen discovered that men can, well, think with other parts of their anatomy, and if you like sex and are willing to work with the other ‘head,’ sometimes you can eke out a pretty good living for yourself. The first time Karen discovered her sexual power over men was as a teenager, she played around with boys, they couldn’t f@@k her, but Mr Grantley had the ability to up her math grade when she is eighteen and needing that mark .
“Close the door, Mr. Grantley,” I said, “and let’s see if we can work something out about that grade.”
He was a married man but Karen finds them to be the best kind – they want some sweet young thing on the side, they don’t want their wife to find out, and they’ll pay for both of these things – kerching! Can you say boob job, car, condo, cash? Karen can.
Karen is a piece of work but I laughed out loud at some of her actions and thought processes. She’s worked in amateur porn, been a hooker and a stripper-cum-lap dancer, and all for pay. When she marries Aaron - who met her at a strip club after stalking her online, it’s ‘don’t call me a hooker!’ Once Karen meets Aaron, it’s mutual quickie-love, come on, it is Karen and Aaron. Classic. They marry after a whirlwind romance and a lot of sex.
Karen is satisfied by Aaron, but after seven months she’s getting a bit toey, she’s an exhibitionist at heart and likes to show off that body-ody-ody of hers. She also likes the catch-chase of being with others. Will Aaron want in on her games? Will he be happy to bring in others? Yes. Yes, he will. The local club, Cheaters, gives them the perfect opportunity to pick-up and play, and Aaron decides he’d like to play with a guy, the pretty blonde twinky rent boy. Karen’s head nearly explodes at his price, which made me laugh hard.
They both play the first time, Karen gets under Travis and blows him while Aaron f@@ks him, but Travis makes it clear that’s it for him. He’s gay. No women in on the action, she can look on if she pays, but that’s it. Karen lets it be known this sucks, and not in a good way, so when a sexy forty-something man (Rick) turns up at Cheaters one night, and he is bi, it’s game on for Karen.
Being Karen does give you some extra details on her behaviour on the night Rick was pummelled by her husband’s schlong… and her nails, and the ménage they had in that motel room. It also lets you know just a little about Travis and I am looking forward to his story with Marc, Lance’s ex, next.
I found this short erotica story to be fun, flirty and naughty, and a great reprieve from some of my darker reading of late. It is not meant to be literary fiction, it is meant to titillate, to entertain, and it succeeds. Besides, I like a woman who likes sex and isn’t afraid to let it be known, even if she is a bad girl with it. Why should it just be men who like to bed hop? I am all about equal opportunity and Candi Kay goes for it - woman on man, man on man, woman on woman, man on man, three ways, four ways. If you are looking for some bi, and beyond, erotica, then look at this short. It’s inexpensive and a whole lot of naughty wrapped up in approximately 35 pages. It’s all good, dirty fun and games when you’re Being Karen.
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