by Tiffany Reisz
Free Short Story on her website
Prequel short story of the Original Sinners series
Due to a medical condition, Lela has never been able to enjoy sex. Until she meets a very interesting man who promises to lend her a helping hand...and a few other body parts.
RATED: 18+ CATEGORY: MOOD:
Steamy Erotica Fun
I will not be providing a star rating on this, as it is too short, but as I am currently reviewing the Original Sinner's series, I wanted to provide you the many short stories and novellas Tiffany Reisz has wrote for this series. Read Rectified here.
Brad: "Are you going to tell me what's wrong or do I have to spend the rest of my life wondering why a beautiful woman was weeping over 101 Perfect Nights? I mean, it's no Kama Sutra, but it has a happy ending. Lots of them."
Brad: "Every story should have a happy ending. Well, any story that has you in a bed in it."
Lela: "You're hitting on me."
Brad: "I'm flirting with you. I have the floggers back home when you want me to hit on you."
Lela: "I've never gone to bed with a man I just met."
Brad: "No wonder you're crying in a bookstore."
Lela: "You won't think less of me?"
Brad: "The only women I judge for their sexual choices are the women who turn me down. All none of them."
Lela: "I'd hate to break your streak."
Brad: "Then don't."
Brad: "No panties?"
Lela: "I took them off at the doctor's office. Didn't put them back on again. I'm soaked with lube."
Brad: "A woman who comes pre-lubed? Love it."
Brad: "Spreader bar."
Lela: "I can't move my legs."
Brad: "You're naked. Where were you planning on going?"
Lela: "Good point."
Lela: "You don't ask permission to do things, I'm starting to notice. You just do them."
Brad: "Now you're catching on."
Brad: "Good girl ..."
Lela: "Thought I was being bad here."
Brad: "Oh no. We don't play by those rules in this house. Any beautiful woman who spreads for me on a Monday morning? She's a very good girl."
Brad: "I'd flog your beautiful body all day but my cock won't let me."
Lela: "A firm taskmaster, is he?"
Brad: "I try never to tell him 'no.'"