Friday, July 8, 2011

A bisexual fairy and a mystery

“Blooming Love”: blurb
Hyacinthe is one quarter fairy and she needs to have sex with both females and males to sate her needs. Finally she has fallen in love with both Inigo and Beverley. Neither of them really wants to share, but both love Hyacinthe and understand that to be with her, they must accept the third partner.
The triad is gradually coming together, they are all starting to feel comfortable with each other, until they share in double penetration of Hyacinthe, and her fairy wings sprout.
Everyone knows there is no such thing as fairies, and both Inigo and Beverley are shocked at Hyacinthe’s behavior.
And at the botanic gardens where they all work, someone is stealing rare plants.
Can their relationship survive? And what about the plants?

STORY EXCERPT from “Blooming Love”

As the last few tea lights flickered and died, Hyacinthe decided it was time to speak, while they were all still relaxed from the sex.
"I've told you that I need you both, want you both, love you both. Now I think each of you should say how you feel about becoming a threesome."
There was silence for a long time, then Inigo sighed and said, "I guess I've always known that I'd have to share you. It seems a little weird, a man sharing a woman. On TV it's always the man who has a wife and a mistress, or like Hefner, two women at a time, or like in some cultures a whole bunch of wives. But I understand your needs, honey, and I reckon I'll cope better having to share you with Beverley than I would if I had to share you with another man."
He leaned up on one elbow and looked across Hyacinthe's body to Beverley. "I like you. You always do your share at work, never complain when you get the yucky jobs or act like a princess when it's time to spread mulch or something. I'm prepared to do my share to make this arrangement work."
Hyacinthe was impressed with him and dropped a light kiss on his mouth. She turned her head to Beverley. It was dark in the room now without the candles, but still possible to see reasonably well since her eyes had adapted to the darkness.
The silence lasted even longer this time, then Cinthe sensed Bev taking a deep breath before she began to speak. "I want to be with Hyacinthe. I've never loved anyone as deeply as I love her. It'll be hard for me. I don't make friends as easily as you two do. I'll do my part to make it work. But -- likely you'll need to be patient with me. It's not going to be easy for me."
"Well done, love." Hyacinthe kissed Beverley. "We'll all make it work."

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