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by Nicola Nichols
Published by Nicola Nichols at Lot’s Cave
Biker Saturday: for a Hot Wife, © 2016, by Nicola Nichols
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Cover by Nicola Nichols
All Characters In This Book Are Age 18 Or Older
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This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are either a product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual people living or dead, events or locales is entirely coincidental.
A Lot’s Cave Novel
Dan thought buying a motorcycle would impress his hot wife Adele, but motorcycles aren't what excites her about bikers. It's the bad boy attitudes, the way they take what and who they want. How could she explain that to Dan? How does she tell him it isn't a matter of changing what they do, but how he acts? When they accidentally stop at a biker bar on their first Saturday ride she and Dan both get a lesson in the differences between her fantasy bikers and real ones. Los Lobos are the stuff of her fantasies all right, but when the guys take turns banging her on a table in the bar and then double team her, stuffing her full, it's all happening in the real world. All Dan can do is watch.
The bike was big and the engine had sounded throaty when Dan rode up on it. Adele stepped out onto the porch and watched him ride up on it. He lifted the tinted visor on his helmet and gave her a self-satisfied look. “C'mon. Let's go for a ride.”
Adele sighed. Dan had gotten the bike to impress her. He'd seen her looking at motorcycle guys and must've realized they turned her on. She might've even said something about them looking hot. Whatever triggered that, he got that part right. Bikers had figured large in her best sex fantasies as long as she could remember. She'd never been with a biker, never had gotten up the courage to go where they hung out, but her fantasy world included a broad range of big, crazy eyed bikers and visions of herself as a biker chick.
She wasn't exactly sure why they seemed so fucking hot. Her imagination endowed them all with monster cocks and she knew they were more likely hung no better or worse than other guys—she could separate her fantasy ideas from reality most of the time. Maybe it was that they went against the grain—they did unpredictable, even dangerous things. Certainly they had dangerous attitudes. They gave new meaning to immediate gratification.
The one thing wrong with her real sex life was its predictability. Dan was a good, if not great, lover and reasonably well hung himself. But the longer they were married the harder it was to excite him, to get him interested in acting out some sex fantasy or playing a game. Even when he was most excited all he wanted to do was drag her into bed and slam his cock in her pussy. She wanted a little variety, and he didn't like things outside his comfort zone. At least when it came to sex. He didn't even like talking about it.
But now, seeing she drooled over bikers, he'd gone out and bought this big fucking bike. A bike they seriously could not afford. And he wanted to take her for a ride. She wondered if he thought giving her a ride would make him seem like a biker to her. If he did, this would end badly.
Dan didn't really understand much about the biker mystique. Apparently his thinking began and ended with the bike itself. If Adele thought guys with bikes were hot, well he could get one. But he didn't really want to be hot.