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In HIGH SCHOOL HOT PANTS, Didi Sayers is a teenager embarking on her own special journey into adolescence. She finds herself plagued by powerful emotions, sometimes feeling uncertain about her awakening sexuality, sometimes becoming angered over her misjudgments. It is only through a chance encounter with a patient and understanding man that Didi manages to put her world into perspective and can begin coping with new feelings and responding to new situations.
HIGH SCHOOL HOT PANTS — the story of a typical young American girl coming of age. A lesson to us all and a reminder that the journey to adulthood is not easy.
“It really isn’t fair, you know,” Jill said, wiping her leg dry. “I mean, Mom doesn’t enjoy it. She’s more or less told me that, and whenever Daddy starts getting overly friendly, she comes up with a headache. Sometimes I can even hear them at night. And she never moans and whimpers and cries aloud with the ecstatic joy of it, the way ladies do in books and movies. But I know for a fact that Daddy makes her do it two or three times a week, at least. And here we are. I want to do it, and you want to do it, and we can’t. If it wasn’t so pathetic, it’d be funny… How does this look?”
She stood up and did a slow turnaround for me in her new bikini. The effect was dynamite. I really envied her that suit, not to mention parents who’d let her buy it in the first place. Strings and patches — that’s all it was, and the strings were stretched tight across the smooth reaches of bare skin between patches. Jill’s nipples were primly covered, but not the rounded curves of her boobs, and the fabric was clingy enough to let her nipples stand out visibly against the taut material. Under it, I knew, she was creamy, tanning flesh with delicate blue veins rimming her pale brown nips. Her belly was long and flat, the navel puckered and demure; below that stretched the bottom half of her new suit — what there was of it.
Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only. Note: This story is the same as catalog number GE-1011 in the original publications (a duplicate).