Friday, January 8, 2016

Weekend Wake-up Call – Alien Interludes: An Improper Proposal






Lindsey moved her hand over her pussy, dipping into the well of moisture there.  Giving each spellbound man a heavy lidded look, she brought her honey-covered fingers to her mouth and sucked them clean of her salty flavor.  “Mmmm,” she moaned, as if she’d discovered the best chocolate cheesecake ever.

Bacoj moved the fastest, getting to her ahead of the other two.  She never even saw him twitch.  One moment he stood at the foot of the bed, the next his face was buried against her mound, his tongue shoving its way into her.  Lindsey’s lower body burst with heat as the cat-scratchy appendage penetrated her private flesh.  

Japohn was all over her breasts an instant later, his fangs distended as his head darted down in a rattlesnake strike.  The pleasure-pain of those long needle teeth sinking into the skin just above her areola made her cry out.  As his fangs pumped more intoxication into her body, his tongue rubbed her nipple, bringing it to a hard, hungry nub.  A calloused hand squeezed the other breast.

Vax’s face hovered over hers, his usually tender expression replaced by want.  He drifted down slowly, and Lindsey parted her lips for his kiss.  With all those eager mouths on her, she felt as if she was being consumed.  The three men fed on her, making her more of a feast than the gourmet dinner they’d been served in the Imperial Clan’s quarters.

Bacoj slid a finger into her, moving that wicked tongue of his to tease her clitoris.  He flicked the sensitive nub with the very tip while thrusting the finger, then two, deep into her channel.  Lindsey’s hips jerked uncontrollably in reaction to his knowing touch.

“Stay still, Lindsey,” he growled at her, then pushed a wetted finger from his other hand into the tighter sleeve of her anus.  His tongue swirled over her clit, and she cried out, thrusting her hips harder than before.

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