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I Kissed a Girl : A Virgin Lesbian Anthology
"This book is what erotic writing is all about. I highly recommend this for all avid readers of erotica or for those willing to explore a new genre." --You Gotta Read Reviews (rated "You Gotta Read," the highest rating) "I would recommend that this book be kept handy, say on your nightstand, for those nights you need a quick story to get your motor running." --Dark Divas Reviews (4 "divas") You've heard Katy Perry's hit song. Now read thirteen hot, enticing stories of women's first same-sex encounters. Women, ever ingenious and imaginative, find multiple solutions to enliven college life, survive the workday, rescue a tedious vacation, mend lonely hearts, or spice up a relationship. Contributors include: C. Margery Kempe Lousia Bacio Inara Lavey Samantha Jones K. Ann Karlsson Kilt Kilpatrick Nola Erus Farrah J. Phoenix Jen Bluekissed L.A. Mistral Lucy Felthouse Regina Perry Warning: Stories within this anthology may elicit arousal, regardless of sexual persuasion.
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August 26, 2009
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Excerpt from I Kissed a Girl by Regina Perry
"You want me to do what?" Lea asked with surprise while Keegan grinned at her like a monkey. "With whom?"
"Oh come on, Lea. Isn't it about time we tried something to jumpstart our sex life?" His words were lazily drawled, but she could tell by the quick twitch of his knee as his foot worked up and down that he was tense with fear she would nix the plan.
Oddly enough, she had also been thinking their sex life had become fairly moribund, but the solution that had presented itself to her was finding a new lover. Keegan just wasn't that interesting when you got right down to it. Despite her initial irritation at his suggestion--after all, wasn't he hinting she wasn't enough for him?--she was intrigued.
"Well, who did you have in mind for this m�nage a trois? I don't want some random weirdo picked up at a bar."
Keegan smiled, and at once Lea knew that he had been planning this for some time. "What about Bridey?"
Lea frowned, trying to connect the name to a face. "Is that the brown-haired mousy gal in shipping?"
Keegan laughed. "No, the redhead, the one you said looked like an ad for vacations in Ireland." He looked out the window toward the street as if to effect nonchalance, but Lea wasn't fooled.
"You already asked her, didn't you?" She wasn't sure if she was angry, but it had been convenient of late to act as if she were at times like this. This is how a relationship goes wrong. She felt a twinge of sorrow.
Keegan shrugged. "I may have mentioned it in passing."
Now he was playing with his dinner and Lea wanted to shout at him to stop, but she held in the urge and tried to concentrate on the question before her. Did she want to do this? Did she want to get into bed with Keegan and another woman? How convenient that he assumed that it wouldn't be a man. Two guys, now that wouldn't have required much debate at all. Bridey? Hmm--she remembered her all right: deep red hair, not quite auburn, milky white skin and a broad galaxy of freckles. Pretty enough for a girl, she supposed, though Lea had never given her much thought.
What would it be like? Lea had certainly showered with other women at the gym and dressed in close quarters on campus, but she had never touched another woman's body intimately. What would another woman's breast feel like? Would it be familiar or strange to run her hands along curves like her own? And touching another girl's clit! How would that be? Lea felt an odd prickle of sexual energy as she thought about it. Fortune favors the bold--wasn't that what they said?
Keegan played with his food, clearly trying to look at her out of the corner of his eye without being seen. Lea thought about the two years they had been together. It had been fun for a time, but it was never much more than that. Maybe this would be a breakthrough to a new level in their relationship, allowing them to share more intimacy. Either that or it could give her an out, right? Oh, I can't believe you talked me into this! I'm breaking up with you. Who could say which way it would go? At least it would be a change.
"All right, let's do it," Lea said at last. Keegan grinned and jumped up from his chair to give her a bear hug, knocking over her water glass.
I hope I'm doing the right thing. Lea strained to throw her napkin into the spreading puddle of water.