The Professor's Wife And I
Publisher: Lot's Cave, Inc.
Jamie is a lonely and frustrated college boy who puts an ad in the university newspaper seeking a "mature woman as tutor and advisor in the ways of life and love". He finds Elaine, a neglected, middle-aged professor's wife. Together they start a sexual whirlwind that will change both of their lives.
I closed my eyes and laid my head back onto the cushion. Every nerve in my body was being spoiled by this magnificent experience. Surely nothing under heaven could ever match the way I felt at that moment.
“Well Elaine, don't you look comfortable.”
The world exploded! My eyes flashed open and I sat bolt upright. There before us stood Elaine's husband Frank dressed in a suit with his vest unbuttoned and his tie pulled loose. He held a highball glass of brown liquor in his hand. Between the music and the sensory distraction, we had not heard him arrive home. I was in a state of panic and looking for any escape route. I couldn't believe my ears when Elaine casually greeted him.
“Frank, you're home early.”
He walked to her and they kissed as if I wasn't there. And about that time, if there had been a way for me to not exist or to become invisible, I would have gladly accepted it. When he looked up at me, my life flashed before my eyes. I had nowhere to run and even if I did, Elaine's body held me securely in place. I could only hope that my impending death would be mercifully quick. In my panic, I had neglected to check his hands for firearms or sharp instruments.
“So you’re the one who's been boinking my wife.” He stood staring at me while I sincerely wished that he were talking to someone...ANYONE else. I was frozen in place like a deer on the interstate, listening that loud horn and watching the lights get closer.
“Frank this is Jamie. He likes to be called J.J.” Elaine was making casual introductions as if we were sitting down at a dinner table and not fucking in her husband's spa.
My blood had ceased to circulate and I knew in my heart that I had just seconds to live. My attempt to say the words 'hello sir' was sadly lacking by my failing to mutter even a single intelligible word. I couldn't believe my eyes when he looked back at Elaine.