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Nursing Mr Nolan - His Sons Girlfriend: Younger Woman With An Older Man Rebecca Ryatt

Nursing Mr Nolan - His Sons Girlfriend: Younger Woman With An Older Man

Rebecca Ryatt

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NURSING MR NOLAN - HIS SONS GIRLFRIEND YOUNGER WOMAN WITH AN OLDER MANDull, boring, librarian Graham Nolan, 49, can’t help but fantasize about his son’s 19-year-old girlfriend Felicity. After all, she is stunningly beautiful- a dream blonde byMore NURSING MR NOLAN - HIS SONS GIRLFRIEND YOUNGER WOMAN WITH AN OLDER MANDull, boring, librarian Graham Nolan, 49, can’t help but fantasize about his son’s 19-year-old girlfriend Felicity. After all, she is stunningly beautiful- a dream blonde by anyone’s standard. But when the delicious Felicity visits Graham on his day off to ask his advice about her career of choice, things get out of hand – and all his fantasies are about to come true…WARNING This story is 4,500 words in length and is suitable only for adult readers. It contains detailed descriptions of sex acts between an older man and a younger woman, both of whom are adults aged 18+. So if any of that isn’t to your taste, do not purchase or read this story. If you enjoy older man/younger woman erotica, you might like Nursing Mr Nolan, and why not try Rebecca Ryatt’s other stories, including Doing Mr Doughty.PRAISE FOR THE AUTHOR “Loved it! Rebecca Ryatt is a superb author...” Oculum Infame“Funny and raunchy!” Notneeded“Hilarious and lewd and a bit disturbing, but I liked it and the writing is good...” Margarete Shulz“Read this book it will make you laugh, cry and cum up a storm!” Amazon readerEXTRACT “You’re so clever, Mr Nolan,” she said sweetly.“Why, thank you,” he said, blushing.“You read a lot of books and you work in the library.”“Yes, I do, but... ” He hesitated, not wanting to undermine the girl’s delusion. He certainly worked in the library. He certainly was well read. But as to how clever he was, that was debatable. He was no mastermind. If he were, he would not be filing books for a living.Not wishing to disillusion the foxy Felicity, he said, “How can I help you, please tell me?”“Well, you see,” she said, “I’ve got a career in mind and to be honest, Mr Nolan, as I say, you’re the cleverest man I know, so I thought I would ask your advice about it.”“Yes, of course,” he said.“I want to be a nurse.”“Oh, how lovely,” said Graham, thoughts of being treated by Felicity flooding his mind.