Family Bride by Wilma Crane
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In FAMILY BRIDE, Valerie and Jim Davis are an estranged young couple set on the road to divorce. But after suffering through an ordeal of degradation and debauchery, an ordeal which creates within her great inner turmoil, Val at last comes to realize that she loves her husband, that she is as much to blame as he for the foundering of their marriage, and that they must work together to strengthen and deepen their matrimonial bonds. For Valerie, her harrowing experiences actually do work toward her ultimate happiness and peace of mind.

The Davises — a typical American couple seeking the good life, learning to understand each other and forge the bonds of a meaningful union. A story that provides an insight into today’s marriage. A lesson to us all.

“Blow me a little,” he said, squeezing her tit until he could feel the salmon-colored nipple grow hard in his fingers.

“Don’t talk so dirty,” she said. She ran her fingers skitteringly over his freckled shoulders.

“I want to fuck you. I’m hurting. Aren’t you even a little hot?”

“If you can’t make love,” she said, lowering her voice and feigning a movement away from him, “without coming up with some perverted idea, how do you expect me to feel anything?”

“There’s nothing perverted about it,” he urged. “Don’t you think Val and Jim do it?” He kissed her on the nape of the neck and squeezed her hand once beneath the pillow, which was their old sign for telling each other that they wanted to fuck.

Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only.

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