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Daisy likes to take a little exercise by strolling alone in the woods. But today she is going to be put through her paces in a different way. Three hot, alpha male hunters have decided to teach her a real good lesson. They are going to dominate her, all three of them at once, rough, hard and without protection. ~~~~~ PG Excerpt ~~~~~ Slowly, I stepped into their campsite. There were three tents, along with a log bench and several duffel bags filled to the brim with hunting equipment. I shivered - hunters usually weren't the most pleasant bunch. Trembling, I approached the man closest to me - a brunet with uneven stubble and impressive biceps. "Excuse me-" I mumbled. "My name's Daisy - I'm lost. I was wondering if you and your friends know how to get back to the city-" My voice was cracking and hoarse, totally unsexy. I hoped that these men were decent enough to pity me. When the brunet turned to face me, I actually jumped a little in shock. "Daisy, huh? My name's Kevin. Sure- I guess me and the guys can help you. But really, we're not just gonna give you directions for free." He stated vaguely, voice rich and deep. I felt my cheeks heat up - Kevin was an attractive man by any standards, by far the most attractive I'd seen in a while. The guys at work couldn't hold a candle to him. He turned to look at his friends - one a blond of less impressive height but more impressive bulk, the other a noiret of an imposing height. "Guys - c'mon over. We have a little visitor." Kevin grinned, and though I didn't like the condescension inherent in his tone, I stayed put, nervous grin plastered stupidly on my face as always. I was sure that I looked a mess, cheeks pink and hair frizzy. I prayed that these men were just playful, the sort of guys with crude senses of humor.
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Hard MFMM EroticaVirginia Bliss
This is a work of fiction. Similarities to real people, places, or events are entirely coincidental.
Copyright © 2017 Virginia Bliss
Written by Virginia Bliss
~~ The scenes in this story take place between consenting adults ~~
Living on the outskirts of the city had its perks - you were close enough to civilisation to do all necessary errands and chores, and yet you were far away enough to enjoy peaceful moments like this. The sky was crisp and clear, clouds like marshmallows dotting the horizon. The air was clean and delicious, the trees just starting to turn red.
The leaves on the ground made loud crunches when stepped on - satisfying noises that made one want to charge through the forest at full speed. Paths had been laid out by hikers, and there were familiar landmarks that made the landscape easy to navigate. It was safe to say that my weekly forest walks were the best thing in my life right now.
I would explore different paths, find new and interesting places to take breaks - I would sit down, close my eyes, and feel my stress melt away. Allow myself to be removed from that vile world of concrete and plastic, allow myself to soak in the nature around me. No matter what anyone else said, I couldn't find a better hobby than my walks.
It wasn't as though they had a particular purpose, per se - they were just satisfying, a way to get those endorphins coursing through my bloodstream after an irritating week of work. My job was nothing special - I worked as a receptionist at an insurance firm.
My colleagues were all extroverts, though I supposed that was due to their field of work - in order to properly sell a product to someone, you had to be a smooth talker. I myself was a little more introverted - spending so much time around people with loud mouths was draining, and the forest was the only thing that seemed to understand me.
However, I really wished that I understood the forest a little more. It wasn't often that I got this lost, but I had absolutely no idea where I was. I was standing in the middle of a little meadow I'd never seen before, trees surrounding the clearing. Shit - I only had a few hours left before sundown. I had to find my bearings fast.
Ducking back under the cover of the trees, I scanned my immediate surroundings for any sign of a path. The hikers that had made this area their own were at times very helpful - little coloured arrows and well-trodden routes could make all the difference.
This area was a lost cause - it didn't look like any human activity had taken place here in ages. Just one little detour had gotten me this lost, huh? Figures. My luck had been awful lately - I resigned myself to wandering about aimlessly, knowing that if I just went straight, I'd probably find a sign or a path eventually.
After a short span of time, I came to a stream. Thank god - something to follow! Sure, it wasn't a guarantee that it'd lead me anywhere, but its presence was comforting nonetheless. Plus, the soft sound of water brushing over stone was music to my ears, instantly bringing down my aggravated heart rate.
That is, until I saw the tents several metres off. Shit - campers. Having dealt with people more than enough this week, I blanched. I didn't particularly want to pass through their campsite, seeing as it might bother them. For a brief moment, I pondered going around them, until I realized -
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