Librarians Don't Get Married

Librarians Don't Get Married

A.P. Miller

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Every Good Girl wants to be a Bad Girl. They want to be desired, lusted after, to own their sexuality, to be confident and assertive and to savor life. But Good Girls don’t do that sort of thing–after all, what might the neighbors think? Heidi Weiss is a Good Girl, as far as the townsfolk know. She’s kind, gentle, charitable, and a pillar of the community, working as the town’s librarian. But behind closed doors she is the ultimate Bad Girl, leading a secret club of like minded individuals who share their bodies and their hearts, loving unreservedly, bringing each other happiness and pleasure - a Bad Girl of the sort that Miss Grundy would love to find out about, so she could ruin the tramp’s reputation, spreading spiteful gossip all over town. Who will win out in the end - the gossipmonger or the Bad Girl?

Warning: This title contains strong sexual language, same sex situations, explicit and graphic sex, and interracial and group sex.

 
PUBLISHED BY: eXcessica publishing
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PUBLICATION DATE: 2009
WORD COUNT: 25212
SEXUAL CONTENT RATING: 5 5 5 5 5
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CATEGORIES: Multiple Partners, Contemporary, Erotica
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COPYRIGHT A.P. Miller/2009
They used to say that Librarians never marry. Librarian used to be a job solely for women who could never or would never attract a man. The Plain Jane’s, the frumpy girls who mature into nasty old shrews, because the boys accept as truth the axiom that big tits and a pretty face are the hallmarks of a woman who will be a slut in bed and a demure and chaste woman of virtue everywhere else.

Axioms can be so stupid.

Miss Weiss had barely any curves to her at all. She didn’t even bother with a bra, she would never have to worry about sagging breasts. Her hair was mousy brown, and kept in a tight bun, a braid or similar professional style devoid of standard allure. Her face was always free of makeup and her complexion was clean from regular applications of soapy water and nothing else, while her lips had a natural pink color kept smooth by the occasional lip balm. Over this, reading glasses with a chain, provided ornamentation of a sort. Her outfits were always conservative. Blouses buttoned up to the throat, skirts never above the knee, no jewelry visible to a casual onlooker. Not much to look at, right?

Appearances can be deceiving.

 
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