Shemar and I would fuck while John sat back, beating his meat and watching. Then John and I started swinging with other couples.
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The husband was banging me while John was poking the man's wife. I thought I was getting the best of both worlds. Only the joke was on my black ass. I guess I can't blame anyone but myself. I should have known that it was too good to be true. That's what I get for thinking I was getting something for nothing. I'd been talking about leaving John for years, and now that the time had come I had to quit talking about it and be about it.
Starting right now, my life was beginning anew. A tear streamed down my cheek because I wasn't sure if I even knew where to begin.
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I turned the burner down low on the stove, then moved up to my daughter's room to tell her it was time for dinner. After knocking on her door and not getting an answer, I stepped in and found the room empty. Hearing water running in the bathroom at the end of the hall, I realized Portia was taking a shower. Seeing dirty towels on the floor, I reached over and grabbed them.
No wonder I can't find half my damn towels. They are here, buried in Portia's room. I reached for a large gold bath towel and something dropped. Looking down, I spotted a small leather-bound book. I reached for it, flipped it over, and realized it was Portia's journal.
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Staring at it, I was tempted to open it, but I try to respect my daughter's privacy But curiosity got the better of me and after several seconds I had convinced myself that I'm the mother and had a right to know what my teenage daughter was up to, because the majority of the time she was up to no good. I saw Ron's dick today. He wasn't too happy that I walked in on him, so I played it off and stepped out of the bathroom.
I've never seen a thing with the skin still on it. But dang, it was big! I promise you I'm going to get some of that before the school year's over.
Tomorrow my mother is working evenings and I plan to finally make my move on her boyfriend. The plan is to come running out of my room butt naked, pretending I saw a spider.
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I can't believe Ron rejected me. Even after I told him I loved him he tossed it back in my face and said he loved my mom, not me, and that I needed to find a boy my own age. I hate him! Just wait, I'm going to get him back. See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books. Read an excerpt of this book! Add to Wishlist. USD 6. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Usually ships within 6 days.
Overview From the acclaimed author of Trouble Loves Company comes a smart, sexy, heartfelt new novel about friendship, love, lust--and a whole lot of trouble in between. After finding her husband in a compromising position, romance author Renee Moore goes back to her hometown, hoping to start over. But once again, she finds herself looking for love in all the wrong places. To make matters worse, just as she decides a healthy relationship may not be her destiny, her ex delivers shocking news that could change her life forever.
Practical nurse Danielle Brooks' professional life is picture perfect, but her personal life is a mess. Her daughter is about to give birth to a baby believed to have been fathered by Danielle's ex. In an attempt to mend her shattered heart, Danielle has been dating Calvin Cambridge, a truly nice guy. But when Calvin proposes, Danielle wants to be sure she is ready to commit. She enlists Renee to test his fidelity, but when the seduction goes too far, all their relationships may be in jeopardy. Meanwhile, their best friend is getting married, and she is counting on Renee and Danielle to help her plan the wedding--whether they are speaking to each other or not.
But with Renee now being threatened by a mystery woman, and Danielle facing her most serious crisis yet, they can not help wondering if it is all going to get worse before it gets better. As things come to a head in each woman's life, there is a whole lot of praying going on--and Renee and Danielle soon realize they are blessed in spite of it all--with faith, second chances--and each other. About the Author Angie Daniels began her career as a storyteller in and to date has sold thirteen books and two novellas. Think, bitch, think!
John held up his hands in a panic. I can explain. John's eyes grew wide with guilt. Do what you have to do, but it's not going to change anything. I never expected you to find out this way. I'm really sorry. How —" I cut him off before he could finish. It's not that big a deal. And that's what your stupid ass gets. This was some straight-up soap opera shit. Remember, I have home videos," he reminded me.
Tears were running down my face. I don't know why I was crying over that fool. Hell to the no. Stunned, I flipped forward several more pages.
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Fingers shaking, I turned the page. My hands were shaking as I flipped to an entry dated the day after I broke up with Ron. All rights reserved.
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