A hero with a very durty mouth who quotes Shakespeare and requires complete control finds himself at a loss when an baseball loving librarian crosses his path and makes him forget everything he ever thought was important.
The following scene is a series of test messages between the hero and heroine.
Vivian, are you there?
Trying to sleep. It’s midnight
About what happened today
I washed you off my hands. I want it back. Having you on my fingers feels like good luck. I bet I hit .400 with your pussy on my lips
You can wait. You don’t have to hit anything yet
I’m going to open your legs and have a field day on your clit. Just a little with the tip of my tongue. Then I’m going to suck on it. Pull it between my teeth. Do it all over, flicking just a little. I can make you last a long time
Are you touching yourself?
Now I am
Are you wet?
I want you to come
Just imagine what I’m going to do to you and how much I’m going to love doing it.
Graze on my lips, and if those hills be dry, stray lower where the pleasant fountains lie
Are you coming?
You quoted Shakespeare. I didn’t have much of a choice
I’ll make a note
I’m so sleepy now
Good night, sweetapple.
Good night, Dashiell.
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