Vicki Marie’s Sexy Summer Reading Series: One Chapter A Day
THE BACHELOR CHAPTERS: A THINKING WOMAN’S ROMANCE
I was in the kitchen at Lamar’s house, into my first glass of red, when I abruptly asked, “Have you ever had a time when you couldn’t get an erection?” Lamar was at the sink, naked from the waist up—the wide muscles of his broad chest and biceps simulating an inverted triangle that pointed toward his tight ass and narrow hips.
Lamar was a 1959 vintage, with the strength, stamina, and sexual drive of an athlete half his age. He took care of his body with pride, the legacy of a young boys’ sports discipline that I saw again and again in my brotherhood collection.
He took my question seriously, and thought for a minute before he replied. “No—well, yes—once, after surgery, but that was because of pain meds.” He answered my follow-up before I could even ask. “But if I ever did have a problem, I’d ask the doc for a prescription. Do you want more wine?”
That didn’t surprise me, but I was still glad to hear it. Lamar wouldn’t let something as fixable as a limp dick get in the way of his pursuit of pussy. I would do the same if I were a man.
“Can you think of any reason not to take Viagra?”
“No-o-o,” he said, screwing his face into that incredulous mask that must have put fear into every traffic offender that made the mistake of challenging law and order on his beat.
“Your dick ain’t working—there’s a pill to make it work. Do you want bread or crackers with the cheese?”
“Both,” I answered as he filled my glass and I considered the options before me. Andre Cassidy had a problem that had become mine, and I’ll be damned if Lamar Taylor hadn’t just helped me with my strategy to solve it.
TOMORROW: Chapter 57
Copyright Vicki Marie Stolsen, 2014, Forever Forty-Four Publications, Publicity Rare Bird Lit, Tyson Cornell, Tyson@rarebirdlit.com, Distribution by Ingram, Available online and in bookstores in paperback, eBook, and audio format.