New Release! The Third Dare: A Lesbian Story

 

It’s out! My newest erotica eBook is available: The Third Dare: A Lesbian Story.

 

Check out the summary:

The third dare is the riskiest, and yet, the most fun.

Aria is bored. Her shift working the food truck along with Kaylee is about as exciting as watching paint dry, but they have to shoulder through it, otherwise their boss, Madelyn, will yell at them. Madelyn doesn’t exactly need much of an excuse to get mad. She’s the last person Aria wants to disappoint.

To pass the time, Aria and Kaylee decide to dare each other to do things. It starts casually enough, but the situation quickly escalates as competition kicks in. Soon, Aria is wracking her brain for something that will get Kaylee to say no or give up, but getting Kaylee to flinch is proving difficult. There isn’t much the feisty college student isn’t willing to do. 

When Kaylee issues Aria her third and last dare for the evening, it sends Aria down a tailspin of excitement and nerves, all at the same time. Aria just hopes she can keep up.

 

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If you’d like, read below for a sample of the story.


 

The Third Dare: A Lesbian Story

(sample)

 

They were out of jalapenos. Aria had no idea who would put jalapenos on their hot dog, anyway, but she gave up trying to understand people a long time ago. She opened the metal lid on each of the condiment stations to check their levels. This time, she only needed to fill the relish, the onions, and the banana peppers. That was another item she didn’t understand.

Kaylee popped her head out from behind the bread drawer she’d been crouching behind. “You’re moving like a snail. We’re never going to be ready on time if we keep this up.”

Aria shook her head. “No, we’re fine. All we have to do is keep filling even as the customers come in. I don’t care what Madelyn says.”

“Oh, you’ll care when she sees you,” Kaylee said.

Aria blew air through her lips. “She’s all bark and no bite. Besides, we haven’t seen her all day. Maybe she won’t come check on us this time. I mean, we did fine last night, didn’t we?”

“Not too bad. Although, to be fair, we didn’t have much business last night, either.”

Aria eyeballed the ketchup. It wasn’t all the way up to the line, but it was probably full enough. She closed the lid. “I think there was a concert in town or something. Usually we get more than that.”

“Tell me about it. The shift goes on forever when we don’t see anyone. It’s only a matter of time until Madelyn finds my crossword puzzle book.”

Aria rolled her eyes. Rather than play on her phone and cruise social media, which is what any normal college student would, Kaylee would rather solve crossword puzzles. She wasn’t great at math or science or any of that other smart stuff, but give her a bunch of squares and some riddles and she was a happy woman. Aria had actually observed Kaylee work on those things for hours. They had made Aria go cross-eyed the one time she tried one.

“Don’t worry. I won’t tell.”

“Thanks,” Kaylee said as she tossed in another plastic bag of buns. “You’re a good friend.”

It was less of that and more that Aria had no reason to tell on her. Although Aria had come through for her a few times, mostly when Kaylee would drink too much at parties and get herself in trouble.

The door opened and a gust of dry air flowed through the cabin of the food truck. Even though it was far from cool, it was refreshing in the heat.

“I thought I told you two to have everything stocked by now,” Madelyn said. “Why do I see containers open and prep still being done?”

“Sorry,” Aria said. “We’re working on it now. We’re almost done.”

Madelyn swiped her finger along the edge of the warmer bin and grimaced. “Almost done. It looks like you have a good half hour left to go until you have everything ready.”

Aria stared out the open customer window at the empty parking lot. At one of the baseball diamonds nearby, there was a softball game going on, but so far, they hadn’t seen any foot traffic to and from it. There was certainly nobody to get ready for.

“You two keep on working and I’ll get the hot dogs,” Madelyn said before opening the door again and disappearing outside. A few moments later, she was back, this time carrying a metal box, like the kind a wedding reception caterer might have. She opened the lid and rested it on one of the counters.

“This should last you for most of the shift, at least. I can always bring more by later if you need it. Just give my cell phone a call. I’ll be making my rounds to the other stands, so I won’t be far. Oh, and make sure to fill the ketchup. It’s not all the way full.”

Of course, she couldn’t take just one night off, Aria thought to herself. “Okay, will do. Thanks.”

Madelyn finally left, and with her, the dark storm cloud of a personality. Aria would rather cut onions all night than talk to her much longer.

“Looks like we have the place to ourselves,” Kaylee said, grinning. “Time to party.”

(end of sample)


 

 

 

 

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