At a Price
Caution: This Romantic Sex Story contains strong sexual content, including Ma/Fa, Consensual, Romantic, Magic, Heterosexual, Fiction, High Fantasy, Oral Sex, Petting, Pregnancy, Slow,
Desc: Romantic Sex Story: Preface - Martian was sent to negotiate the mining rights on Mary's Cattle Property. He didn't enjoy doing old ladies out of their property, as it always came at a price. The last thing he expected was to fall in love with a woman three times his age. However, Mary wasn't your typical old lady next door.
Martian was sent to negotiate the mining rights on Mary’s Cattle Property. He didn’t enjoy doing old ladies out of their property, as it always came at a price. The last thing he expected was to fall in love with a woman three times his age. However, Mary wasn’t your typical old lady next door.
If you find any of my assumptions fictitious, I would like to remind you this is a fictitious story and I have probably taken liberties with reality, as we know it.
If you find grammatical or spelling errors, they are not the fault of my friends PapaKilo14, Johnny Sinclair and grisbuff who did try to edit my work. However, I do have a tendency to fiddle around after the fact.
The Australian dictionary was also used, so some words may appear incorrect to some people. I also hope my colloquialisms are decipherable and you enjoy the story.
‘Bickies’ or biscuits are called cookies in some countries.
‘Drongo’ is a term generally used to describe someone who doesn’t think out their actions before acting and fucks things up.
‘A ranger’ is a red head.
‘Ute = tilly = utility vehicle’ it has a cab that seats two or three people and a tray on the back that may have a cover.
‘Causeway’ in country areas where they can’t be bothered building a bridge, they lay large concert pipes between 0.5-2m in diameter, in the bottom of the creek and place cement over the top. They will flood in the wet season and often have markers indicating the depth and no side railings but some may have short posts.
‘Gunna’ means going to.
‘Gonna’ means dead or going to die.
If any other colloquialisms require clarification, I’m more than happy to answer your e-mails.
Kris Me from the Land Down Under.