Okay, I'm a sucker for 'older guy rescues younger girl in trouble' stories. I'll admit that. I will also admit that TedBiker does this genre as well as anybody I've ever read or am likely to read.
"Tania" is short, three chapters, and happy and quite the satisfying tale.
If you're looking for sluts group sex and ten-inch schlongs then this isn't your story.
If you're looking for discovery and love and a little bit of kinky at the end, then I highly recommend this one.
Coquettish. That is what I think of Tania.
Tedbiker's tales usually start with a guy that's pretty relatable. Well for me. But then I live on my own, in my flat - like my tea and biscuits (cookies, to you yanks), my music rather than the tele, and reading and academia.
So maybe Ted writes for me ;)
Bill is pretty much the same - lives in his flat, likes his tea, teaches at his school and lives a pretty quiet life. And then along comes Tania...
Well actually, she's coming back into his life I guess - she was one of his students in High School, and now all grown up she stumbles across him at a party at a pub - of all the gin joints...
She had a crush on him, he had a bit of an attraction he had to hide from her - and now she has problems and he is too gentlemanly not to try and help.
Oh, and did I mention coquettish? She's a bit of a sly little vixen who could really drive a man to distraction.
Loved the story, as I tend to love all from Ted.