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The Son Of A Cop - Seductive Sons Degenerate Dads No5 - cover

The Son Of A Cop - Seductive Sons Degenerate Dads No5

Douglas Mayweather

Publisher: Lot's Cave, Inc.

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After a youth lost to petty crime and incarceration, a grown young man declares his love for his policeman dad and his dad swears his devotion to his son, which leads to an equal exchange of lust.

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He turned his head and kissed joey’s neck. The kiss lingered and then he kissed it again and again. Joey turned his head so his face met his dad’s. Their lips met.

Everett separated their lips and looked into his son’s eyes. He took his face between his hands and kissed his mouth again.

When they separated again Joey said, “I love you, Dad.”

“Oh, my God. I love you so much,” Everett said, his voice choking.

“Do You?” Joey asked. “After all I did, do you really love me?”

Everett smiled. “You have no idea how much I love you,” he said. “No idea at all.”

Joey cocked his head to one side.

“I wonder if you can love me the same way I love you?” he mused.

“I love you in every way possible,” Everett said. “You are my son. How can I not love you?”

“That may be the problem,” Joey said. “You’re my dad, but I love you in a way you might not like.”

They were still holding each other. Neither one had made any effort to break free.

“What are you saying?” Everett said. “How?”

“Like this,” Joey responded and kissed his dad’s lips again.
Available since: 07/30/2022.

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