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The characters in MAKE ROOM FOR DAUGHTER appear to be average Americans. Yet they behave in ways that many others would consider abnormal.
But who is to say whether these characters are normal or perverse?
MAKE ROOM FOR DAUGHTER is a novel of major interest to any who hope to find and define their own standards of correct behavior. A story of a girl seeking to resolve conflicts and find happiness.
“I wish you wouldn’t do that,” Mary Jo said, squirming. “I mean, like, you’re Mom’s boyfriend, not mine.” She giggled. “And you really shouldn’t be putting your hand on my leg that way.”
“I thought we were friends.” Zack Perry said smoothly, sliding a little closer to her. His hand was high up the girl’s thigh, and his fingers flexed on the velvet-smooth flesh.
“I really don’t think you even oughta be here,” Mary Jo added, easing toward the end of the sofa. “I thought you knew this was Mom’s exam night at school, and she won’t be out of class till nine or ten o’clock. Oh, you better stop touching me there! I’ll just have to tell Mom what you’re doing, if you don’t stop!”
“Would you really do that, Mary Jo?” Zack whispered, moving his hand up under the hem of her skirt.
The redhead gasped as his fingers touched the lace-edged panties.
Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only.