By Blue Sky Books

Amelia Cranstone is simply nineteen years previous, and he or she is tired of existence. the lads her age bore her with their one dimensional viewpoint.

They are both too sturdy having a look without brains, or clever with no longer a lot of a physique to lean on.

In the pursuit of definitely the right gentleman who has all of it, Amelia is starting to imagine that he will possibly not really exist.

While her friends are off to varsity, the clever younger grownup has determined that she desires to move the off the crushed direction and pursue turning into a author.

Between juggling the expectancy of her mom and dad, and her personal loss of muse, her existence takes an attractive flip whilst a good-looking, sophisticated gentleman of beautiful style strikes in subsequent door.

She reveals herself considering what it should suggest to be within the fingers of an older male, who might discover the secrets and techniques of her personal sexuality.

After all, isn’t it the outdated adage – With age comes knowledge?

WARNING: This tale includes mature subject matters and language. meant for 18+ readers purely. it's a short-story romance. benefit from the bonus tales!

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