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Horny Hump Day—Valentina and Rodya

Happy International Left-Handedness Awareness Day!

My What’s Up Wednesday post is here.

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

Welcome back to Horny Hump Day, a weekly hop where writers share three erotic sentences of a book or WIP. My snippet this week picks up right after last week’s, as Rodya Duranichev, a twice-wounded Marine, is welcomed home by his wife Valentina Kuchma.

Rodya was stabbed in his right shoulder by a sharpened bayonet at Saipan and again at Tinian, and has been honorably discharged due to the severity of his arm and shoulder injury. He’s come home with his arm in a cast and splint, which means Valentina has to be above him. She’s given him some wonderful services so far, but he doesn’t want to be the only one having fun.

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To reward Valentína for such nice services, Ródya reverentially caresses her beautiful breasts with his good hand, savoring the view from below.  They look even bigger, and are even closer to him, with Valentína still on top of him.  Valentína closes her eyes and softly moans as his hand and mouth get reacquainted with them.

Author:

I started reading at three (my first book was Grimm's Fairy Tales, the uncensored adult version), started writing at four, started writing book-length things at eleven, and have been a writer ever since. I predominantly write historical fiction family sagas/series. I primarily write about young people, since I was a young person myself when I became a serious writer and didn't know how to write about adults as main characters. I only write in a contemporary setting if the books naturally go into the modern era over the course of the decades-long stories being told over many books. I've always been drawn to books, films, music, fashions, et al, from bygone eras, and have never really been too much into modern things. If something or someone has appeal for all time, it'll still be there to be discovered after the initial to-do has died down. For example, my second-favorite writer enjoyed a huge burst of popularity in the Sixties and Seventies, but he wrote his books from 1904-43, and his books still resonate today, even after he's no longer such a fad. Quality lasts for all time.

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