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Maggie knows her husband is having an affair. She doesn’t mind, but she wishes he would tell her about it. When curiosity gets the better of her, Maggie starts snooping and finds that Paul isn’t just having an affair, but is having an affair with another man.

Maggie isn’t put off by this. She’s known for years that Paul was bi. What surprises and delights her is how well she gets on with Paul’s lover, Nick. And how well all three of them get on with each other.

The only complication is Nick’s girlfriend and Maggie’s other urges…

Originally published in two parts.


This is a 20,000 word lactation erotica/adult nursing novella that contains explicit sex and sexual descriptions. It focuses on group sex, gay sex, a polyamorous relationship, anal sex, pegging and other sexually explicit themes that not all members of the public will enjoy.

All characters are 18 or older.


“I can explain all this, Maggie,” Paul said, scrambling to his feet. His pants were unzipped. “I suppose I should tell you that I’m not completely straight.” His face was flushed red, probably from embarrassment rather than sexual exertion.

“I already knew that you’re bi, Paul.”

“Oh. Right.”

“This just confirms it. Are you ready to move on?”

“How?” he asked, but he clearly wasn’t thinking. This wasn’t how he was expecting his evening to go. “I’m sorry,” he apologized.

I glanced one more time at the man in my husband’s life, and then sat down on one of the chairs next to the small, round table. “No need to apologize,” I said, trying to remain cool and aloof. “Obviously I can’t give you everything Nick can, but I’m just wondering what we do next.”

“I’d better leave,” Nick said as he headed toward the pile of clothes next to the bed. I stuck out my leg and blocked his path. I was wearing a skirt so they could see my stocking-covered leg halfway up my thigh.

“I have a few questions for you first, Nick.” I smiled at him. It was probably the same smile predators use when cornering prey. “Did you know that Paul was married?”

Belletristik und Literatur
21. Februar
Elliot Silvestri

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