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Dear John (I. M. Telling)


Dear John by I. M. Telling

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Dear John,

I am so sorry to have to tell you but our marriage is over and I never thought that I would ever say this to you but things just happen sometimes. I guess it began when you took that new job and, well you were gone on business trips so often. I got lonely Sweetheart, just too many nights setting home with no one to talk to, nothing to do, it was inevitable I suppose. You know how I hate being alone all the time; it drives me crazy because I just don't know what to do with myself.

Thus begins the Dear John letter you hope you will never received. This is sexual satire/black comedy thoughout that will leave you laughing and cringing as you can only imagine the looks on poor John's face as he reads this final farewell from his beloved wife.

Over-the-top, sexual comedy from the warped mind of I. M. Telling. People will ask why your laughing so hard.

Content Warning: This story is intended for mature readers who will not be offended by graphic depictions of sex acts between consenting adults.

This story contains very explicit descriptions of sexual activity between an African American men and white women. It includes oral sex, voyeurism, IRS audits, mťnage, cross-dressing, wife sharing, exhibitionism, small penises, and other practices.

Product type: EBook    Published by: author - self-published    Published: 4 / 2014

No. words: 7727

Style: Open Minded Erotica

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Dear John,
I am so sorry to have to tell you but our marriage is over and I never thought that I would ever say this to you but things just happen sometimes. I guess it began when you took that new job and, well you were gone on business trips so often, it seemed like all the time to me. I got lonely Sweetheart, just too many nights setting home with no one to talk to, nothing to do, it was inevitable I suppose. You know how I hate being alone all the time; it drives me crazy because I just donít know what to do with myself.
Iíve been with other men, lots of them in fact, and since Iím leaving you, I just thought it was common courtesy to fill you in on what went wrong in our relationship. Overall, I can sum it up by saying I lacked satisfaction, especially in bed. Face it Honey, you never really believed that you were capable of satisfying my needs, now did you?
It all started that time when you went to Chicago a few weeks ago. You were supposed to come home Friday night, donít you remember? You called me and said that the negotiations were not finished and that you had changed your return flight to Saturday evening and you couldnít make it home until the next day.
I had made plans for a special dinner and for us to have a good time that night but you ruined all my plans for our fun. I was so upset; it just wasnít fair to me! Well, thatís how it started, and I really had good intentions that night, even though you had put me in such a bad mood and hurt my feelings too, I hadnít planned on meeting anyone, but sometimes things just happen, you know?
I just got bored and I was lonely. Maybe lonely isnít the right word, I mean I missed you Honey and being so disappointed that you were no coming home on time. So, I just decided to get out of the house, and wear that new sexy blue dress you bought me. I really feel like a mission dollars wearing that dress when all the guys look at me with those big smiles of theirs.
I called your cousin Phyllis to see what she was doing and we chatted for a while. She said she would love a night out somewhere, perhaps we could window-shop, go see a movie, try a new restaurant, but the timing was bad for her. The problem was her oldest son Billy had missed school that day with fever and chills so she said she needed to stay around home to keep an eye on him. You know she really is a good mother to her kids. By the way, I was wondering, do you think Phyllisí husband knows that Billy isnít his? Iíll bet he doesnít have a clue; you know how clueless most men are.
Any who, Phyllis suggested that I just come over there, to her house and that we would download a movie and make Microwave Popcorn but I said no. It wasnít that I felt I needed something more exciting and Honey, you simply must understand that I never intended anything to happen that would come between us. It was just, wellÖ I was a little worried that whatever Billy had might be contagious and, well you know how I hate getting sick. I didnít want to take the chance of getting what Billy had so you will agree it was a good decision not to go over to Phyllisís place. And I was thinking about you too, Sweetie. If I would have been sick when you got home; you would get sick and men are such babies when they donít feel good. I just hate it when you are ill and so demanding to be waited on all the time.
So, I told her no, I was going to go out on my own and see what I could get into. At that point, I really didnít feel the need to go out on the town, but I felt bad telling her I was afraid I might catch something at her house and so I told her that what I really wanted to do was just get out of the house and have some excitement. She told me to be careful and Ďto not do anything she wouldnít doí, and of course, I assured her that I would not get into trouble. And Baby, I really didnít have anything in mind; I hope you will believe that because it is true. I donít want you to think badly of me because Honey, I really donít want to hurt your feelings. I just want you to understand why things between us are over.
After talking to Phyllis, I tried calling Lori but it was John and Loriís anniversary and, oh my God, I had forgotten all about it, I could hardly believe that I did that because I have it marked on the calendar but I have been so busy with all my new friends. Wait, I am getting ahead of myself so back to my story. I didnít even send them a card. I had completely forgotten what day it was. I know I sounded like a real jerk when I called her. I realize that it is definitely one of my worst traits, having a lack of consideration for other people. In addition, Honeybunch, that is another reason why I am writing to tell you how unfortunately, our life together has ended.
If you had just come home as planned and not disappointed me again, I probably wouldnít be writing you this letter, but what was I suppose to do? Iím young, good looking, and I have appetites that need to be satisfied and you just havenít been here to keep me happy. Therefore, in a way, it is all entirely your fault that everything happened when you didnít come home when you planned. I guess I am not the only inconsiderate one around here but I am leaving mostly because you donít satisfy me and keep me happy like you used to. Well, that isnít really true either Honey, because, wellÖ you never have really been able to satisfy me, but I do believe you tried, sort of.


Author Information

I.M. Telling lives in the southern United States, on the coast and has been a non-fiction writer for some time. He has always wanted to write erotica and is finally making that dream a reality. His writing includes everything from highly explicit erotica featuring interracial relationships, swinging, and cuckold tales to very sensual stories of bondage and examining the dynamics of open marriage. His writing has also started to extend into other genres including adventure, humor, and stories with extreme violence.


Many of his writings take a tongue-in-cheek approach to the subject matter, often poking fun at stereotypes and purposely going over-the-top with subtle and dark humor, he often includes a twist ending.

 

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This story has been self-published by the author


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