Hannah hummed to herself as she hung up the washing in the warm summer air. She’d bought a house out in the suburbs with just enough space in the backyard for a herb garden, a flower garden, and a washing line. That was all she needed in her kingdom: with high, unclimbable wooden walls covered in creeping vines, she was like a queen, and this yard was her castle.
Madison swung her bag over one shoulder and walked out of the front door, slamming it shut behind her. The cold air brushed along her checked school skirt and played along her bare stomach, making her shiver from the cold. Her school uniform, even in winter, left more skin bare than covered, and her nipples already poked out from beneath a sheer white top, protesting the winter chill.
Mary stomped down the stairs, her face contorted in a permanent pout. She weighed and measured herself every morning, and she was putting on weight like she was strapping sandbags to her sides. She had gone up two dress sizes in two weeks, and the worst part was that her little B cup breasts were the only things not growing with her!
Hi everyone, I am proud to announce that my newest freeuse book is officially on the market! To get a great idea at what this book is all about, check out the free teasers that detail some of the characters and themes you’ll be seeing in the book.
Hi everyone, my novel Elysium is out on Amazon and available here for purchase! It’s a 35,000 word romp that I’m sure you’ll love, so give it a look. Here we have a second teaser for it, again, another scene that didn’t make it to the book but showcases the characters and the kind of stuff you can expect if you purchase the book. Enjoy!
Hi everyone, I have released a new novel available here on Amazon, and in celebration have a couple of teasers for you. I hope you enjoy this piece, it’s a completely new scene that explores some of the characters in the novel, particularly Mindy, who will be seen quite often in the novel. Stay tuned for the next teaser!
I drove the Mercedes along home to our little apartment in the city. Sammy’s parents lived out in the country but the two of us needed to stay close to work and college, so we made sure to live as close to the city centre as our pockets would allow.