Friday, August 8, 2008
Vassar Girl by CJ Starr Released
Vassar Girl by C. J. Starr
Book 4 in the City Girl Series
On graduation day, as everyone else is looking forward, this college student looks back at her sexual quickies over her college years.
Excerpt: Doc Evens, at forty, looked a lot younger. He could pass for one of the students and he did go to the local places where students relaxed. That's where I met him, in a nearby town called New Paltz. I was drinking Vodka Red Bulls and feeling very sexual. He told me straight up that he was a professor. But I didn't believe him. I let him hit on me thinking all the time that he was a freshman with some fun-goofy lines.
As a matter of fact, I recall telling him that I was a professor, too. I told him I was the Professor of Love or something equally as inane.
"Oh? I thought I knew most of the faculty." He seriously retorted, "Which department are you in?"
"Sociology," I lied, playfully. "I'm working on my Doctoral Thesis," I boasted. "I come here and pick up freshmen and seduce them, and if they're any good...in bed? I pull out a magic marker and give them an "A" on their penis."
"What if they aren't any good?"
"Oh. I mark a big fat "F" on their ass...in red."
As I took a sip of my drink, a group of graduate students entered and greeted Professor Eddie Evens, "Hello Doc! Hitting on the students, professor?" and, "I read your latest book, Doc, a great read!"
I made it to my 9:00 a.m. class the next morning, after teasingly placing a large red "F" on Eddie's ass. We dated secretly for two months and, I was falling in love - seriously! We met in his office often and his penis was covered with "A+" marker graffiti. And then, I overheard a bubbly-blond-bimbo telling a co-ed about all the "A's" on her professor's dick, "...as long as I pull an "A" on my finals..." and I was totally crushed, I really loved him!
I never challenged his unfaithfulness. I never told him about the conversation I overheard. I just stopped our developing relationship cold. I had Eddie for two semesters after that. It was awkward, but I received an "A" in both of his classes. And, I earned them without ever turning in a paper.
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