Monday, June 25, 2018

Futa Ranch: Meghan and Jennifer by JC Winchester (#futa #lesbian #erotica)

Having originally invited us into the Futa Ranch with an inside view, JC Winchester returns with a different perspective in Futa Ranch: Meghan and Jennifer.

Meghan is a young star, forced to maintain a squeaky clean image for her fans, and Jennifer is her childhood best friend . . . with a secret. When Meghan' manager arranges a trip to the Futa Ranch to help her deal with her carnal needs, it turns out there's an ulterior motive to the trip, and that is what makes this really exciting.

Meghan and Jennifer are sweet girls, best friends who are just beginning to experiment with 'best friends with benefits' on the eve of their trip. They are both curious and vulnerable, and playing voyeur on their sexual awakening is a glorious thrill. There are so many first times here, and I loved how eager they are to try new things, but I loved Meghan's hesitation to taste futa cum even more.

The real highlight of the story for me, though, is Constance. At first glance, she just seems like a gloriously endowed futa who seeks to play teacher and mentor to Meghan, but she has a softer side that comes out in the end, making for an ending that is more delicious than it has any right to be. A different sort of story from Krystal's Story, the story of Meghan and Jennifer proves there is a lot more to explore at the Futa Ranch.
JC Winchester grew up reading just about anything he could get his hands on, from cereal boxes to the Hardy Boys. He loves most forms of fiction, particularly fantasy and military sci-fi, with some of his favorite authors including John Ringo, Robert Jordan, and Tom Clancy. After several years in the Navy he enrolled in a community college and eventually to a university in the mountains. There he settled down, savoring a life not filled with the noises of the city but instead the sounds of bellowing cattle. When not writing he can usually be found taking care of the horses on his place, riding, hiking, fishing, or the never ending task of splitting firewood.


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