Unicorn Hunters 2: Jay

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Publisher Description

Like too many couples in the middle of their marriage Heather and Bryan are bored with each other and their sex life. There’s only one thing to do: find lovers on the outside, but they haven’t fallen completely out of love. They search for their lovers together and decided to seduce both men and women because life is too short to limit their choices of sexual partners.

Since things went so well with Tracy, Heather and Bryan figure they might as well stay on the prowl for other unicorns, those magical sex partners who are the third part of a ménage à trois, partners who come over for sex and then happily leave. This time Heather sets her sights on Jay because she wants to please her husband…and because it’s been too long since she’s been with a man other than her husband.

This is a 10,000 word erotic novella that contains explicit sex and sexual descriptions in an open marriage. It focuses on explicit sex, group sex, multiple partners, lesbian sex, gay sex, cheating couples, complicated sexual relationships, and other sexually explicit themes and language that not all members of the public will enjoy.

All characters are 18 or older.

We met at my house. I knew it wasn’t as nice as her place, but if she was going to be a bitch about the person I was, it probably wasn’t worth the stress to be with her.

She didn’t want to risk her husband finding out about us too early, or so she said. Earlier she had implied that maybe her husband would get off on it, but I wondered about what she had done to hide evidence of our earlier tryst in her bed. But maybe that wasn’t my business.

I convinced Bryan to be scarce for the evening until I gave him the all clear. He readily agreed because the benefit was obvious for him. Upsetting Tracy or making life difficult for the two of us would just mean that she wasn’t in the right mindset when it came time for the three of us to get together.

Tracy didn’t say anything about my house other than to mention how nice it was. I had done a desperate cleaning before she came over. Maybe it wasn’t as fabulous as her place, but at least it would be clean.

I greeted her at the door with a kiss. A real kiss. A kiss between two lovers.

I didn’t care if the neighbors saw us.

I didn’t bother with a tour of the house. The only place I wanted to show her was the bedroom. 

Once we were there, I flopped on the bed and told her to strip.

Fiction & Literature
14 February
Elliot Silvestri

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