Yet another brain dead author who doesn't know or use the standard common understood terms. The use of "come" when referring to an orgasm or semen rather than "cum" wrecks a story fast and ends reading.
well, someone is brain dead here, but i am not sure it is the author!!!
i really enjoyed this one, you made enthusiastic sex with a stranger in the middle of a fire emergency seem so ... natural. like, this is how people are supposed to connect, without all the unnecessary drama we usually add. very hot.
I liked the story it was simple and to the point. Going back to write the woman's point of view however detracted from this well written stroke story. I would agree with the previous commenter as well, use "cum".
I sense a wildland firefighter here :)
I do hope there are additional segments of this story and these characters. Well done.
Who can resist a forest ranger wearing one of those cute hats they wear? They go around in the woods and fuck pretty women who are showering outside, instead of warning the other residents to evacuate. See what one match can do?
Interesting story. Are there more?
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