By Cristiano Caffieri
Zara Kemper was looking for a new challenge. She wanted to get out of the house and socialize, She’d tried a book club and she’d spent some time in the local choir but those activities didn’t seem to fill the bill.
When she saw that the community orchestra was looking for players and that they were prepared to teach you how to play an instrument it seemed like a good opportunity. She called in to see the conductor at his house and when she walked out the door she had a Piccolo in her hand and arrangements had been made for a teacher to give her lessons at her home.
She didn’t know who was coming to teach her and was pleasantly surprised when a very handsome you man turned up. During the evening while trying to explain how to hold the instrument his cheek got awfully close to hers and she started to feel a bit horny.
“What made you want to take up music,” asked the young man who name just happened to Mike Kemper, although no relative.
“Well, my husband is away a lot. He’s a seaman, sometimes he’s gone for months at a time. It gets very lonely.
“If I had a beautiful wife like you I wouldn’t be leaving her alone, I’d be afraid that other men would be propositioning her all the time.”
“You don’t get many propositions when you’re 35,” she said, particularly young men like you. The only men I’m going to attract are fat, bald and middle-aged.”
“If you weren’t married Mrs. Kemper I’d be making a play for you.”
“That’s nice of you to say that,” she said, crossing her long slender legs provocatively, “but I think you’re just saying that just to avoid making a play.”
“I have to be frank, I’m not very successful with women,” he grimaced, “I come on too strong, and it’s rare that I ever get a second date.”
“I like a guy who knows what he wants.”
“Would you be offended if I said at this moment there is nothing I want more than you.”
“Do you mean you’d like to f*ck me?”
“My cock is as hard as a rock,” he said, rubbing up and down the front of his pants with his hand.
“Come over here and I’ll see if I can help you with that.”