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The Neighbor's Girl

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Connie was bored, with life, with her dull routine as a housewife, with her fastidious husband who had no interest in sex. Perhaps that was why the sight of her neighbor's daughter sun tanning nude one afternoon caught at her imagination. From the moment she saw the girl's full, lush young oiled flesh glistening in the sun she became obsessed with having her. Yet the more ...more
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Published February 23rd 2011 by JJ Argus, via Smashwords (first published September 25th 2010)
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Also writes as the single name author "Argus"

JJ Argus started writing erotica in the 1980s working for Star Distributing, a New York publisher. He wrote 3 books a month until Star went under with the advent of the internet. He has also been published by Beeline and Beaver books, and sold short stories to Penthouse, Oui, Nugget, and numerous others. In the 1990s he began writing for British publish
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