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Online dating can exceed expectations.

Sarah was just starting college, and if there was one thing she was scared of, it was being alone. Setting up her online dating account, she knew that it was just what she needed when the star football team member decided to contact her.

What she expects to be an innocent time at his place turns into a night of seduction that will test both her limits and her innocence.

©2015 Audrey Ashmore (P)2015 Audrey Ashmore

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  • Admiralu
  • Camarillo, California United States
  • 07-03-18

Two Jerks Taking Advantage of a College Girl

I had !listened to a different story by the same author and thought I would try another book/audiobook by Audrey Ashmore. This book is NOT a romance. It's the short story of Two college jerks who answer a girl's online dating ad. No safe sex and they are just interested in using her for their own needs. The "date" doesn't have the decency to inform her about a menage beforehand and both assholes leave the girl alone in their room when finished and don't even bother to escort her home. This is what young women should be aware of and not be taken advantage of. Not sexy and not romantic in any way. The narrator had a husky voice that didn't quite fit.