Horny Hump Day—Valentina and Rodya

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Warning:  Not safe for work or appropriate for those under 18!

Welcome back to Horny Hump Day, where participants share 3 erotic sentences from a book or WIP. This week’s snippet takes place about a month after the events of last week’s. Once Rodya and Valentina realised The War of the Worlds radio broadcast was just a pre-Halloween joke, they were so overcome with embarrassment and shame at having gone all the way outside of marriage that they felt they had to break up. Rodya is convinced he disrespected the woman he loves, due to the era’s social conditioning against premarital sex, and that he doesn’t deserve to continue going steady with such a nice girl.

They’ve both been miserable for the last month, coupled with how the select few people who were entrusted with their potentially scandalous secret thought they had no reason to separate. Finally, in late November, Rodya sends over a love letter written in Valentina’s native language, Ukrainian, along with several very nice presents and a promise ring.

In the letter, Rodya said he’d be by at noon on Saturday, and adds that he now realises they committed no sin. The only sin is in how society believes normal, natural, loving instincts are wrong if they happen one moment before marriage. Valentina’s family has been nice enough to go to the library to give the couple some privacy.

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Valentína grasps him in her arms and yields to his strong, insistent kisses.  He keeps one hand firmly pressed against the back of her head and slips the other hand under her skirt to try to find the tiny spot that gave her so much delight before.  Her resulting squirming tells him he’s found success.

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4 thoughts on “Horny Hump Day—Valentina and Rodya

  1. Most men feel obliged to marry the woman they believe they may have ruined. Interesting that Rodya backs off because he feels he doesn’t deserve her. I wonder if a lot of babies were born 9 months after that broadcast. Intriguing snippet, Carrie Anne.

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