On New Years Eve, she's out at the bar with her friends and sets eyes on Ursula, a gorgeous, leggy beauty with raven-black hair and emerald green eyes. Aurora's in love. Only there's one problem—Ursula has a boyfriend.
Aurora boasts to her friend that she could seduce any woman, no matter how straight, and has her eyes – and her heart – set on Ursula.
“Just show me, Ursula. Stand behind me and guide my arms. I want to be as good as you are!”
She swallowed. “Isn't this a bit of a date cliche?”
I rolled my eyes. “C'mon. I thought we were friends. Don't make it weird.”
“I... Okay.” She moved up behind me, her breath quickening. Good, she's interested.
I stood at the table, almost trembling in anticipation, as her arms wrapped around me. “Put this arm like this, Aurora,” Ursula instructed, moving my right hand. Then she grabbed my left, sliding it down the stick. She tried to keep her body from pressing against my back, but that was impossible.
She was warm and firm and soft and wonderful. I smelled her perfume, a light, spicy scent that almost made me swoon with its loveliness. Her breath tickled my neck. That wonderful ache intesified between my legs, hungry for her touch. I shifted my hips, letting my rear press into her groin. My heart pounded; my skin tingled. The pool stick was smooth and cool; her hands soft, trembling with her excitement.
Find out if Aurora will be lucky in love and sex in 'The Girl at the Bar' by Reed James.