The relationship began with a symphony concert, opera, and some excellent restaurants, and they were in bed together after the third date. The sex was good, and she was particularly pleased by the contrast with her ex-husband.
After their first intercourse and almost simultaneous orgasms, she lay relaxed in bed on her side, with her breasts against his arm, and discussed her ex-husband’s sexual prowess—or lack thereof.
“When we were first married, he was pretty good. Then when the drinking got serious, he could only get it up now and then. You remember that wonderful line of Shakespeare by the gatekeeper in Macbeth about drinking and screwing: ‘it provoketh the desire but taketh away the performance.’” (p. 34) Malpractice! the Novel
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Genre – Steamy Courtroom Drama
Rating – R
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