WARNING: this book contains female homoerotica.
Games – Will unfounded fears about her partner’s loyalty destroy her relationship?
Wrong Number – Drawn to the stranger’s sultry voice at the end of the line, a beautiful woman unleashes her fantasies.
Sisters – When a grown daughter learns of her widowed father’s upcoming marriage to a divorcee with a grown daughter of her own, she soon realizes that she has more in common with her new ‘sister’ than either realized.
Birthday Surprise – A woman is determined to give her husband his ultimate fantasy for his birthday.
Sara frowned. Tess couldn’t control herself when an opportunity to slam Joey presented itself. She stared hard at her. “You promised.”
Tess held up a hand. “Okay, okay, I’m sorry,” she softly said. “Why haven’t you ever told me about this fantasy of his?”
Sara blushed. “I don’t know. It’s…I’m telling you now.”
Tess’s eyes narrowed. “What’s up? I’ve never seen you blush like this before.” Her eyebrows knitted together. “What’s he want…a nudie of you or something?” she suspiciously asked.
Sara nervously cleared her throat. “No, Joey wants to watch me make love with another woman.” There she’d said it. She nervously awaited her friend’s reaction.
Tess’s jaw dropped. “He wants you to do what? I’m not sure I heard you correctly.”
“You heard me.” She looked into Tess’s eyes, but could see nothing beyond the shock registered there.
“I hope you told him that you’d never—”
Sara held up a slender finger. “Yes, I did—several times. That’s why he’d never expect it.”
Tess’s eyes widened. “You’re going to do it?”
She nodded. “A lot of guys love watching women making love to each other.”
“What would Joey say if you asked him to make love to another man so you could watch?”
She grimaced. “I wouldn’t want to see anything like that. Besides Joey would think I was sick for mentioning it.”
“But it’s okay for you to do it.”
“I don’t personally know of any women who would want to see their husbands screwing another man. It’s just different for men.” She threw her hands up. “I can’t explain it. It’s just a guy thing.”
“Isn’t that cheating? You’d be sleeping with someone else.”
“Not in Joey’s opinion because he doesn’t see two women making love as cheating.”
Tess arched an eyebrow. “Well, if I was in a committed relationship, I sure as hell would be livid if my partner was with someone else and I wouldn’t dream of asking someone I love to make love to another person for my viewing pleasure. Still, cheating is cheating whether it’s a heterosexual or homosexual relationship.”
“If Joey doesn’t honestly believe it’s cheating and he’s okay with it, then as far as I’m concerned, it’s okay. I think whatever the two people in a relationship agree to, makes it all right.”
“How is it okay for you? You’re only doing it to please him. What are you getting out of it? Have you considered how you’ll feel afterward?”
She lowered her eyes. “No, I didn’t think that far ahead.”
“Can you feel comfortable enough to not only make love to a woman, but to do it in front of your husband?”
“No, that’s why I thought you could give me some pointers,” she admitted.
Tess laughed. “Pointers?”
Sara’s face flamed. She felt like she was on fire. She looked timidly at Tess. She couldn’t tell whether she was angry or hurt. She wished she wouldn’t have confided in her, but it was hard not to. She’d shared all of her secrets with Tess since they were five years old.
“Just because I happen to be a lesbian doesn’t mean I can teach you how to make love to another woman. It’s natural for me just like making love to a man is for you. I only make love with women I’m attracted to and who are attracted to me. Maybe some people can just jump in the sack with anyone, but I’m not that way. You’re asking me to give you pointers on making love with a total stranger of the same sex just to please your husband. Have you ever thought of making love to a woman before? Could you make love with just any man you saw? What would Joey say about that?”