Family Ties by Mark Carver
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The fictional characters in FAMILY TIES are desperate people, like their real-life counterparts. Bored, frustrated, unhappy, they seize at the first opportunity for release. In their need, they cast aside morals and scruples, determined to live only for the moment, to grab at pleasure before it is taken away.

FAMILY TIES is a novel about the “quiet desperation” in so many of us — and the extremes to which it may drive us.

Glenn Marks faced her, his huge prick throbbing fiercely in his pants. The redhead’s eyes smoldered on the obvious bulge of his crotch, her ripe lips wet and slightly parted. Her luscious tits rose and fell to a rapid, panting rhythm in her tightly clinging summer dress. For a moment the only sound was the traffic roaring by their motel room on the outskirts of town.

“Kneel down and unzip my fly,” Glenn said in a hoarse voice.

Her green eyes widened with shock. She couldn’t have been more than twenty-one or two, and they’d met just twenty minutes before. “Go ahead,” Glenn said harshly to the redhead.

Moving hesitantly, the redhead came over to where he stood by the bed. She slipped off her heels and, trembling wildly, knelt in front of him. Her fingers shook as she groped with his fly, slipping a soft warm hand in to clutch his hot coiled meat. Glenn sucked in his breath as she brought his hard prick out, her fist already beginning to stroke gently. She stared with fascination at the tiny white drop oozing out of his red knob. Glenn gripped her shimmering hair in his hands.

Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only.

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