I hope everyone survived the holiday unscathed. It was a hectic time around here, and now it’s time to pack up and go on vacation for a bit. Even in the midst of the hectic rush to pack and prepare for travel, it’s nice o be able to put it all aside for a while and soak up some hot reads. It’s going to be a bit chilly where we’re headed so I really enjoyed soaking up this week’s Masturbation Monday heat.
Orgasm Hungry by Cammies on the Floor
I like Orgasm Hungry by Cammies on the Floor as it hit me on a couple different levels. It made me think of Kayla and the conversations she and I have had. Also, there’s the raw honesty of knowing yourself deep down as to who you are and what it is you want.
I am very orgasm hungry, I think it rules my drive more than the wanting sex (unless I’m ovulating, that trumps anything).
I am incredibly lucky that I orgasm easily, it lends itself to how greedy, how needy I can be. The first orgasm is the longest work and hardest to maintain – it is also often the weakest. All it does is feed my craving for another. My body is tenser, tighter, wanting and willing to work towards the second orgasm – which is always just on the horizon, easy to view and not hard to slide into. Keep reading.
Twas the Night Before Christmas by Mrs. Robinson
Mrs. Robinson’s kinky take on Twas the Night Before Christmas was funny, sexy, and hot. Such a creative take on a Christmas classic. It had parts that are highly erotic, some made me chuckle, while others got a deep belly laugh.
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through our house
Not a creature was stirring, save one little mouse;
Sheer stockings were placed on firm thighs with great care,
In hopes that my Master soon would be there…Keep reading.
Uses of the Yule Log by Jadis of Tits and Test Tubes
I do love a good debate. Convince me, sway my way of thinking, let me know what you think about something. Uses of the Yule Log by Jadis of Tits and Test Tubes was a creative way to get inside someone’s mind and make them see the errors of their ways for incorrect thinking. Plus it was downright hot to boot. Just in case you couldn’t tell, I’m in the Yule Log camp all the way.
“You’re objectively wrong,” I tell you, and you turn to face me with a suitably confused expression. I hold out my phone as means of explanation.
“You’ve tweeted that you think Christmas pudding is better than Yule log. You’re objectively wrong.” Keep reading.
Thanks to everyone who participated this week. You’re all wonderful authors and even with a holiday, there were so many hot reads.
A special thanks to Marie Rebelle for being our festive and sexy prompt this week!