Lesbian: Bribing The Teacher - Rex Pahel - ebook

When Sally is caught with plagiarized content in her assignments, she gets summoned to a board that is bound to kick her out of school. She cannot have that because life is hard enough and she is just about to finish school. So she decides to meet with the lecturer who reported her and convince her otherwise.For Mature Audiences Only (18+)

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Lesbian: Bribing The Teacher

By Rex Pahel

Copyright@2016 by Rex Pahel

This book is a work of fiction and any resemblance to persons, living or dead, or places, events or locales is purely coincidental.

This Erotic Short Story is loaded with, hot, graphic sex! It is intended only for adults over the age of 18 and all characters are represented as 18 or over.

Sally looked at the results and started laughing. She could not believe what she was seeing. An F! She had gotten an F in the only field she had ever excelled into. Hell, she was the best and yet she got an F? Never before had Sally gotten such a grade. She had never gotten anything less than an A, yet here was someone giving her with an F. This was a mistake, she mused as she scanned through the papers. 

She then saw a letter and her laughter died down. It was a letter summoning her to the principal’s office because she had been accused of several counts of plagiarism. 

“Plagiarism?” Sally asked out loud. 

“It means you stole someone’s work bitch,” someone said and walked past her. She looked at the person and rolled her eyes. She wanted to insult the person but decided not to. There was a chill running down her spine. There was fear gripping at her heart. How could they accuse her of that? The letter had gone ahead to say that she was needed there so they could decide what to do with her. 

Plagiarism was not tolerated in her university. This meant expulsion and a very bad report. Technically, she was never going to be able to correct this if they found her guilty. 

From an observant experience, Sally knew that they did not need to prove anything. The moment she walked into that office, then her deal was sealed. It did not matter how brilliant they thought she was. Plagiarism was plagiarism. To them, stealing someone’s work was pure evil and lazy. No one was supposed to even think of doing that. They always made a point of making a lesson out of everyone who was caught with stolen content.