Advent Calendar for Grown-ups by Lauren Runow
Erotic, Romantic Suspense
I’m more turned on than I have ever been in my entire life.
My chest is tight and my stomach starts to ache as my breathing gets so erratic, I can’t hide it anymore.
To change my focus and try to calm down, I look around the scene to see the other two guys with one girl. They’re sitting on a couch with the girl bouncing up and down on one guy while sucking on the other who stands next to them.
I hear her moan in ecstasy around the guy’s dick and I feel myself get wetter than I ever thought was possible from just watching people.
I can’t just sit here. I have to do something.
The glass I was holding is still in my hands so I open my legs just wide enough to slide the glass down in between my thighs, suddenly very thankful that Becca made me wear this short skirt.
The feeling of the cold glass up against my soaked panties is pushing me further than I imagined. The coldness along with the hardness of the glass pressed against me is causing my clit to tingle, releasing pure ecstasy.
Slowly I move my hips from side to side, trying to hide my movements and not make what I’m doing obvious to anyone around. With my vision stuck on the body of a woman I don’t know as a man’s dick slides in and out of her, I feel myself start to almost drool.
I think I’m getting away with my own private little scene until Eros slides closer, whispering in my ear, “Let me help you.”
I take a deep breath, moving the glass and opening my legs a little wider, inviting this stranger to touch me once again.
Lauren Runow is the author of three Adult Contemporary Romance novels, Unwritten, Rewritten and Black Widow.
When Lauren isn’t writing, you’ll find her listening to music that speaks to her, at her local CrossFit, reading, or at the baseball field or skatepark with her boys. Her only vice is coffee, and she swears it makes her a better mom!
Lauren is a graduate from the Academy of Art in San Francisco and is the founder and co-owner of the community magazine she and her husband publish. She lives in Northern California with her husband and two sons.