Measuring Up: A Leather and Lace Encounter

Measuring Up: A Leather and Lace Encounter

by J.B. Rogers
Measuring Up: A Leather and Lace Encounter

Measuring Up: A Leather and Lace Encounter

by J.B. Rogers



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Sometimes the person closest to you is the one most out of reach...

Tish works behind the scenes in a sex club, making its real stars shine.
Jasmine is new to the scene, but she’s already a hit with the clientele.

An urgent favor brings them together for an unforgettable lunch date that may unlock the doors to their most hidden desires.

This erotic lesbian encounter is a contemporary short story (7000 words) that contains a variety of sexually explicit content and references, including light BDSM and heavy fantasies. It stands alone, but is best read between chapters six and seven of The Freshman’s Curse.

Current release: v1.04

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152423457
Publisher: J.B. Rogers
Publication date: 10/31/2015
Series: The Freshman's Curse , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: eBook
File size: 231 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

My first novel is The Freshman's Curse, an erotic transgender/genderqueer romance. The omnibus (with three extra stories!) was released in June 2016. The short stories relate to the main story, but they're tangents which work on their own – so try one to get a taste!

Also available is Thirds, a collection of three menage/cuckold short stories which take place in the same hotel on the same night. Chronologically, Thirds takes place early in The Freshman's Curse: Book Two, about a month before the events in "Hosed." Aside from one character who appears in both Thirds and "Hosed," the events are completely separate. If you want to read both, I recommend starting here.

My Tumblr is very NSFW, and frequently contains snippets of whatever I happen to be working on. I specialize in blurring gender lines and rehabilitating tired erotic tropes by treating them more realistically and taking the situations seriously.

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