Wild Easy Daughter by Don Scott
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The road to sexual maturity often takes rugged, twisting turns. WILD EASY DAUGHTER is the gripping tale of a pretty teenager named Susan Hunt. In the process of confronting and overcoming her adolescent fear of expressing her sexuality, Susan becomes embroiled in relationships that many would frown upon.

Society may condemn Susan’s behavior, yet she would declare that she had discovered true happiness. How many others in our society could say the same?

“Trust me, it’s exactly what we both need right now,” Kelli whispered, sliding closer to her cousin Susan. “We’re tense. That’s why we’ve been arguing. Look at us! We’re as close as cousins can be — best friends! And yet we’re fighting about silly, stupid things. Now doesn’t that tell you that deep down something is bothering both of us? Something is making us tense, and I know just what to do to relieve that tension.”

Susan sat stiffly on the bed, her hands clasped together in her lap. She couldn’t look at her wild cousin and didn’t want to hear what Kelli was saying. But the truth of her words could not be denied. And, furthermore, Susan knew just what Kelli had in mind to ease the “tension” between them.

“Okay, you don’t have to do anything,” Kelli continued, her voice a sultry, husky purr. “Trust me, cousin, I’ll take care of everything. Everything your heart desires.”

Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only.

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