From the more than 200 entries, LL of Charlotte, North Carolina, was randomly chosen last week’s $25 winner with the correct answer to the question Who Had the Fun Job? Ans: BILL.
SWINGING WITH A GIRLFRIEND WAS ONE THING … BUT WITH YOUR WIFE!? Terry and I had swung once, that time at the Bonaventure Hotel (Brier Patch 6,7,8). Although the idea was exciting, actually doing it wasn’t all that great. Besides, most swingers don’t have the greatest bodies in the world.
But, as I’ve said before (Brier Patch 5), Terry missed the sexual boat in her first marriage, and wanted to reserve the right to jump ship for a fling, should the mood (and opportunity) arise.
Nevertheless, we loved each other and that was good enough for me.
After hanging around that L.A. Loving Community bunch so long (Brier Patch 13,14), we’d adopted a lifestyle of weekend debauchery. So, not long after our wedding, we threw a Halloween party with instructions to dress as we had once been. Terry as a belly dancer, and me as a …
Everyone showed up, including Peter, the author we’d met at our cross-dress party (Brier Patch 13). The three of us had a lot in common. We’d all traveled Europe — Peter, with the Peace Corps, Terry with her no-sex husband, and me with a movie star (see below).
It all happened so naturally it didn’t seem unusual. Peter, Terry and I were in the pillow room, (Brier Patch 13) drinking wine, smoking dope, laughing … and tickling Terry’s breast with a feather duster.
After that we became a weekend threesome. Even took road trips in Terry’s van. Did I feel Jealous of Peter? Threatened?
No, and no.
The credit goes to Terry and Peter—especially Peter. Terry and I were the prime couple, and my feelings came first. Peter was our companion, albeit, a close one.
Of course, it wasn’t to last. You’ll see why in next week’s TROUBLE IN PARADISE.
MEANWHILE, HERE’S HOW TO DATE A MOVIE STAR:
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MY BOOKS: billbrier.com/books/
THE DEVIL ORDERS TAKEOUT — Award-winning thriller (that Scooby loved).
(Buy on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, BAM, iBooks, Kobo, Google Play, Audible)
THE KILLER WHO HATED SOUP — Award-winning mystery (that Scooby really loved).
(Buy on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, Kobo, Google Play, Smashwords, Audible)
THE KILLER WHO WASN’T THERE — Award-winning mystery (that Scooby’s still reading).
(Coming February 24th. Preorder now!)
Marie Roberts saysJanuary 9, 2018 at 5:39 pm
A diaper, a baby bottle and a bib 🙂