Short on funds and needing a quick way to get some money, a young woman applies to an advert in her local paper looking for nudes to pose for an art class. She finds the act of disrobing in front of strangers to be an erotic experience and when the owner offers her an increase in pay for a more unconventional class she decides to accept.
Made to masturbate in front of a group of male and female artists she brings herself almost to the point of orgasm when the class ends. Her frustration doesn’t last for long though as she finds out the owner ended the class to take advantage and she is taken all the way to a climax by some frantic after-class action.
Written by Grace Barron
Published by AmorBooks
“Crap,” Jenna shouted in annoyance as she slapped the electricity bill down on the coffee table in front of her.
She knew what it was before opening it, but seeing how much she owed brought out her annoyance. Standing up she paced back and forth, but finally tried to calm herself as she walked to the kitchen to make some hot chocolate. The warm taste was nice and she moved back to the lounge to sit down again.
Another unpaid bill to sort out she thought as she glanced down at the offending paper on the table. She closed her eyes to block out the sight, but she knew there was no hiding from it. Closing her eyes wasn’t going to make her unpaid bills and other debts disappear and she knew that she needed to do something. Her waitressing hours had been cut again that week and unless she found something to top up her wages she was never going to get out of the mess she found herself in.
Jenna sipped at the hot chocolate as she tried to think of ideas for supplementing her income, but nothing came to her. She finally decided to go out and buy the local newspaper to see if there were any jobs on offer that she could apply to.
“Hi Gloria,” she said as she walked into a nearby grocery store and saw the owner standing at the serving counter.
“Hey Jenna,” the older woman replied. “How is life treating you?”
“Like a punch bag,” she replied and laughed without much humor.
“That doesn’t sound so good,” Gloria sympathized. “What’s up?”