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The Family That Plays Together - Getting To Know Mommy No1 - cover

The Family That Plays Together - Getting To Know Mommy No1

Zed

Publisher: Lot's Cave, Inc.

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Mickey and Rachel are twins with a deep love that has never been expressed. Until now. Their love for each other extends to their mother, who has known for a long time of her children's feelings for each other and for her. Finally, the three take advantage of the opportunity to indulge themselves in a day-long sex fest where nothing is forbidden and they are free to enjoy their most forbidden lusts. And enjoy they do.

EXCERPT:
“You guys know that mommy loves you, right?”

“Of course, mom,” Rachel responded, leaning over and kissing her on the cheek.

“Sure, mom, and we love you, too,” I said, and went to duplicate Rachel’s peck on the cheek. But, just as I leaned toward her, mom turned her head to me, leaned in, grasped my face in both of her hands, and fastened her lips to mine. She then wrapped her arms around me and pulled me to her. Which was when her tongue slipped between my lips and began exploring my mouth passionately.

She held the lip-lock for a good thirty seconds. I could just see over her shoulder to Rachel, who had her hand to her mouth trying hard to hide a huge grin and her shoulders shaking with suppressed laughter.

Mom finally broke the kiss and stared into my eyes, her own eyes half-lidded and filled with lust she didn’t even try to hide.

“No, baby,” she purred, both of her hands now cradling my face again. “I mean, I l-o-v-e you,” and her hand...

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