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Young & Eager by I.G. Frederick

Young & Eager

by I.G. Frederick

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Four sexy stories about barely legal but hardly innocent teens: Two Brothers: A divorcée in a flashy sports car attracts the attention of two young virgin brothers visiting the ""big"" city of Boise. Teachers Pet: Trapped at an all-girls' school in the middle of nowhere, Sabrina tries to get her hunky teacher to bust her cherry. (Originally published as ""Teacher's Pet Pussy."") Arresting Development: Bethany went out with Officer Rick to avoid a speeding ticket, but discovered she enjoyed getting ""arrested."" Jail Bait: Serena wants Joshua to pop her cherry, but he won't touch her because of her age. When her birthday finally makes it legal, he arranges for a very special celebration.

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