Lesbian: The Party - Rex Pahel - ebook

Carla has a birthday party and she had invited people to come. She is, however, in for a big surprise when she suddenly realizes that no one is coming to her party. People are not very forgiving when it comes to her. That is until her best friends come and tear the place up. Privately.For Mature Audiences Only (18+)

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Lesbian: The Party

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.

It had been decided, no one was going to call Carla. No one even bothered to acknowledge her invitations. All but four had been sent back with a sorry note attached to them. It was almost crazy. It was an inconceivable idea to even put it right. 

The fact that Carla had invited three hundred people and only four were coming was something she had never even thought about. Of course, she knew people would not come in such a large number, but she expected them to show up. She expected at least a hundred people. She had paid for everything. Food and drinks were in plenty. 

There was a DJ at the corner of her huge lawn getting ready to blaze the night. She wondered whether she should tell him to go. There was no point in letting him stay so she let him go. He did not seem happy but since he had been paid, he was ready to do whatever she wanted. 

“Are you sure no one is going to show up?” he asked. 

“Yes Ben. No one is coming,” she said, Ben was not only a DJ, but a friend as well. He had known her ever since they were kids and she could tell that he was genuinely upset that people could disappoint her so much. 

But to say that this caught Carla by surprise was to lie. Carla knew that there was a possibility people would not show up. She knew very well that she was no longer a favorite in peoples’ eyes. It was not politically correct to show up at her party. People wanted to follow the society and what it said. The shock was yet to even settle on her and she knew she was going to have a rough couple of weeks. Already everyone knew that her party had been avoided like a plague. This was bad news and such bad news traveled fast. She knew there were elements lurking around trying to see whether people would show up.