Engaged

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Caution: This Erotic Sex Story contains strong sexual content, including Ma/Fa, Consensual, Heterosexual, Fiction, Cheating, FemaleDom, Masturbation, Petting, Exhibitionism, Babysitter, Big Breasts, Slow, .

Desc: Erotic Sex Story: After a frustrating evening with his girlfriend, a young student seeks out his former babysitter for advice on how to deal with his problem. She is all too happy to offer help.

Rob ran past the fountain in the courtyard and pressed himself into the building's entrance to get out of the rain. He found her name immediately, an apartment on the second floor. He pressed the button and waited, hoping. Just before he was about to press again he heard her voice. He recognized it at once, even through the tinny intercom. "Oui?" she said. "Qui est-ce?"

"Uh, it's me, Rob. Rob Burton."

"Rob - Robbie? My little Robbie?"

Rob blushed. "Well, yeah, but I'm not, you know, little any more."

Her laugh bubbled through the intercom. "No, I guess not," she said. "It's been a while since I was your babysitter. You remember that, don't you?"

"Oh yeah," he said quickly, "I do, sure."

There was a pause. "Hey, Robbie, here's a little test – what was our favorite babysitting game?"

"Tie-up," he said without hesitation.

She laughed. "Right!" she said. "Okay, you pass the test, come on up." The door buzzed and Rob pushed it open. A staircase on the left led upwards. He walked up one flight, and knocked on one of the two doors in the hallway, the one with her number on it. It opened immediately.

"Robbie!" The woman who greeted him was tall, with a trim yet voluptuous figure, and blond hair that was tied back in a pony-tail. Her face was startlingly pretty and intelligent, with clear blue eyes and full lips. She was barefoot, and wore faded jeans and a light blue sweatshirt.

"Uh, hi, Anita."

"Get in here, you," she said, "Oh my God, look at you, you're taller than I am now!" She took him by the shoulders and pulled him into the apartment. Stepping back she looked him up and down appraisingly. "Oh, Robbie," she said, "it is so amazing to see you!" She moved to him and gave him a hug, pressing herself against him. She pulled back and looked into his eyes, then kissed him full on the lips. The kiss was brief but he felt a fleeting touch of her tongue between his lips before she stepped back again, beaming at him. "But you're soaking wet!" she said. "Come get this wet stuff off before you catch your death."

Rob took off his jacket, and Anita insisted that he take off his sweater as well, which had gotten wet in the downpour.

"There," she said, "that's better. You feeling cold? I'll turn up the heat."

"No, I'm okay," he said, "this is good."

"Don't be silly," she said, and adjusted the thermostat on the wall. "Now go sit down and I'll make some hot tea." She pointed to a long leather couch against the wall in the living room. "Or I could make cocoa for you, the way I did when you were a little boy. You feeling like a little boy tonight, all cold and lost?" She winked at him with a mischievous grin.

Rob laughed. "No, tea is good," he said. "Can't remember the last time I had cocoa."

"Well, we'll have to stir up some old memories when I get back," she said, disappearing into the kitchen. "It's been years!" Rob started towards the living room, then looked down at his feet and stopped.

"Uh, Anita," he called. "Is it okay if I take off my shoes? They're kinda wet and I don't want to get your rug all messed up.

"Of course!" she said, poking her head around the corner of the room. "You can take off anything you like!" She wrinkled her nose playfully and winked. "Just kidding," she said, and disappeared back into the kitchen.

Rob kicked off his shoes and went into the living room. He sat down on the couch, running his hand along the luxurious, tawny leather of the cushions. A coffee table was in front of the couch, covered with several books. They appeared to be text books and journals on psychology, as well as an open notebook. He glanced at the notebook whose pages were covered with writing in a neat, precise hand, which he took to be Anita's.

"Were you working?" he called out to the kitchen. "I didn't mean to disturb you – I mean I could go if you're busy, maybe come another time?"

Anita came into the living room carrying a tray. "No, don't worry about that," she said, putting the tray down on the coffee table next to the books. "I was ready for a break anyway." She gathered up the books and papers and moved them to another table, then sat down on the couch next to him. "Here you go," she said, handing him a cup. As he took a sip she took a plate of small flakey pastries from the tray. "Here, try one of these – real mille-feuille, I got them at a little pâtisserie on Saint Denis." She took one and nibbled at it delicately as she offered the plate to him.

"Good," he said. "Nice." He took care not to drop any crumbs on his lap or the couch. He looked towards the books on the table across the room. "So, were you studying or something?" he asked.

"Yeah," Anita said, "doing research, actually. I'm a little behind schedule on my master's thesis, so I grab what time I can when I'm not in school or working."

"Master's, wow," Rob said. "I heard you were going to school but I didn't know you were going, you know, so far."

Anita shrugged. "I like it," she said. "I wasn't really the student type when I was a kid, but then I got interested. Especially in psychology, what makes people tick and all, you know?" She drew her legs up on the couch and turned towards him, moving very close. "But tell me about you, Robbie, what have you been up to?" She reached up to move a strand of wet hair off his brow.

"Actually, I'm in school too," he said. "Concordia, I started last year."

"Really! Good for you. What are you studying?"

"Not sure yet; maybe engineering."

"Fantastic! I always knew you were a smart kid. Gosh, when did we last see each other? Was it a wedding or something like that?"

"Yeah, when my sister Dory got married."

"Right! I remember now. How long ago was that?"

"Uh, about five years ago. Yeah, five."

"Wow. Yes, I remember. You were so shy at the reception. I made you do a slow dance with me, remember?"

Rob blushed. He often remembered that dance, especially during solitary self-pleasuring sessions in bed at night. He hadn't yet shot up in height, and had been a full head shorter than nineteen-year-old Anita. As he danced with her he found himself staring straight ahead at her ample bust, at the tops of her breasts swelling above the neckline of her low-cut dress. He felt a twitch between his legs at the memory. "Yeah," he said, his voice cracking. He cleared his throat. "Uh, yeah, I hope I didn't step on your feet too much."

"Oh, you were so cute!" she said, tousling his damp hair. "No, you didn't step on my feet. You were so serious, concentrating on your steps, I guess. I couldn't even get you to look up at me!"

"Sorry," he said. She laughed and gave him a light punch in the shoulder.

She took a sip of her tea then put the cup back on the table. "So tell me," she said. "You have a girlfriend, Robbie? Meet anyone nice at school?" She watched his face over her teacup.

"Uh, yeah," he said, "well, sort of."

Anita raised her eyebrows. "Sort of?" she said. "How can you 'sort of' have a girlfriend?" She chuckled. "Does she know she's your girlfriend?"

Rob glanced at her quickly then looked away. "Well, yeah, of course she knows," he said. "I mean, I'm not stalking her or anything." He shifted uncomfortably on the couch. "She's just ... well, it's sort of complicated."

Anita put her hand briefly on his leg. "I'm sorry," she said. "I was just joking. So – it's complicated. How do you mean?"

Rob took a deep breath. "She, well, she ... I mean she says she loves me, and I love her, but when we're together she doesn't seem to, you know, seem to be interested in doing things that are ... well, fun."

"You mean sex?" Anita said.

"Uh, yeah, I mean we get real hot together, you know, and she seems ready to really get into it, but then she'll just say something like, oh, it's late, I have to get home, or she's not in the mood, or she's not ready, even though just before she said things that really sounded like she was ready! I just can't figure her out."

"Hm," Anita said, taking a sip of tea. "When was the last time you saw her?"

Rob was silent for a long moment. "Tonight," he said finally.

"Tonight?" Anita said. "You saw her tonight?"

"Yeah, uh, I was with her before I came here."

Anita grinned. "And why did you come here?"

Rob stared at the floor, embarrassed. "Uh, I thought, I don't know, I thought maybe you could give me advice or something, I mean I've known you a long time, and..."

"Advice from the one who taught you how to play tie-up?" Anita interrupted.

"No! I mean yes, or maybe, I thought ... Oh I don't know!" He was blushing furiously now. "I was just walking around in the rain and I thought of you ... oh shit I'll just go now, I was so dumb! This is weird." He started to get up.

"Don't be silly," Anita said, pulling him back down on the couch. "You're not going anywhere!" She pulled him around to face her. "It's not weird at all. You've been having frustrating experiences with a girl, and it's totally natural for you to be drawn to someone you had nice times with in the past. Many men sometimes have fantasies about their mothers for that reason."

"My mother!" Rob cried, shocked. "I've never..."

"No, no, I didn't say that you have! All I'm saying is that early crushes can have staying power. When I was your babysitter – how old were you? – ten, I think, when I was fifteen? – we had nice times together, and those warm memories will be with you forever. So when you have difficulties with your girlfriend ... what is her name?"

"Danielle."

"When you have problems with Danielle then it's not only natural for you to seek out someone like me again, it's inevitable."

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