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FUN with MUM and JANE

J.R. Shane

Publisher: Lot's Cave, Inc.

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Summary

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After his divorce, Alby moves in with his mother. They discover that they share desires. Alby also connects with his mum's friend Jane and her daughter Alice. Alice has special desires and connections that bring them closer together while both explore their sexuality.

EXCERPT:
Her eyes never left mine. “I hear that you and the mothers have quite a nice little group thing going.”

Her blatant question caught me completely off guard. Apparently Jane wasted no time telling all to her daughter. I stuttered and tried to come up with an adequate but evasive response but failed miserably. Finally I gave up and figured an honest response was best.

“A few weeks ago mum told me that she and your mom had become involved years ago. They kind of swept me into it.”

“I can’t imagine that there was much kicking and screaming from you.”

I laughed, “No, I surrendered pretty easily.”

She noticed my nervousness. “Relax Alby, you’re not the only one who got involved with their mother.”

I almost choked on my wine. “Wow, I never would have suspected that.” Just then the mothers joined us.

Jane was first into the bedroom where she sat on the bed and pulled me to her. When I looked over, mum and Alice were kissing and mum was lifting Alice’s sweater.

I felt the bed bounce and looked up long enough to see a now naked Alice slide up onto the bed with mum rushing to latch onto a perky nipple. Alice looked over at me with an odd look on her face. It was like a little smile to say, “Look what I have.” I smiled back before returning to pleasuring Jane.

Beside us I could hear Alice moaning and offering endearments to mum. Apparently mum had polished her girl on girl skills with Jane on their Wednesday get togethers. When I changed positions to move up between Jane’s legs, Alice lay with her eyes closed and mum was busy between her legs. I lifted Jane’s legs to my shoulders and slid into her. For some reason I felt driven to show Alice how much her mother enjoyed a nice hard cock. I drove hard and steady until Jane began to moan. I watched Alice’s face for a reaction but, when she did open her eyes, her look was one of indifference. When I saw that I slowed, feeling a bit embarrassed for trying to put on a show. I guess that I had been seeking to impress Alice so that she could not wait to try out the cock that her mother was enjoying. Obviously that was futile.

Jane turned over and we continued our fun until we both enjoyed a nice orgasm, then we cuddled up together until Alice and mum finished. I was hoping that there would be another round but, instead, we all rolled out and dressed, marking the end of a pleasant evening. As we were leaving, Jane and I hugged and kissed, but I had no idea how to approach Alice. Will she slug me if I try to hug her? Oh crap. But Alice made it easy for me by grabbing and hugging me when I approached.

“It has been so good to see you again. We’ll have to get together for dinner.”

“And you also, since you’re home, how about tomorrow night?”

“Not tomorrow, mom and I have plans. Call me, I’m less than an hour away.” She gave me her phone number and a surprisingly big smile before hugging me again.

Wow, maybe she’s not as ‘lesbian’ as her mother thinks.

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