The Libertine Explorations Series

The Libertine Explorations of Brian and Amanda.

The first two ebooks in the series have been released and are available at most regular ebook sellers.

Book 1 is called "First Time" and is available for free. Some retailers are slow in updating their prices, amazon.com is a safe bet.

Book 2 is called "Just Time Enough".

Book 3 is tentatively called "Talking Fantasies".

Vanilla start

The Libertine Explorations of Amanda and Brian start off when Amanda pulls Brian into his bedroom to fuck. Brian is hesitant, as Amanda is the same age as his much younger sister, and her housemate. But Amanda quickly convinces him to give in and enjoy.

And enjoy they do. After their first very satisfying tryst, they decide it shouldn't be the last and declare themselves Fuck Buddies.

Naughty Oral

The second time they are together, the return of Brian's sister Sandy limits the time they have to go wild. They end up orally pleasing each other, and then having to scramble to not get caught.

Kinky Talk

The third ebook in the Libertine Explorations series is still being written. It looks like this one might be even longer than the second, and we haven't even gotten to the good parts yet!

In this book Amanda and Brian get around to talking through some things about their relationship and finding out about the other's kinks and fantasies. The action in this book is still decidedly vanilla, but the future of this series might just get a little more kinky!

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I am Cecilia Lansing.

Writer of erotica.

 

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The first ebook in the Libertine Explorations series is FREE, get it here.

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