If you don't like that type of story, stop here. The introduction is fairly long but I would encourage you to read it because it sets up the entire story. If you are desperate for a sexual fix, skip down to the middle of Chapter 1, or for that matter any other chapter, and you will find what you are looking for.: However, I would still suggest that you then go back and read the introduction.
As always, vote and send me an e-mail to let me know how you liked it. Introduction It had been two years since Tommy Ritter's father died. Tommy was sixteen when the tragedy occurred. While Tommy missed his dad a lot, it was no more than his mom did.
Their life had been ideal--living in the suburbs, two-car garage, and nice schools. Everything was just about perfect until the accident. Bob Ritter had been driving home from work late one night when a drunken driver crossed the centerline and hit his car head-on. He never had a chance. The police said that the other car had been traveling at almost one hundred miles per hour. The funeral was difficult for everyone. Bob and Sue's relatives flew in from around the country and were a big help to Tommy and his mother.
However, when the funeral was over, she and Tommy had to go home and deal with the loss alone. The accident changed their lives dramatically. Tommy's mom, Sue, had to go back to work to make ends meet and they had to sell their house. However, in the two years since Bob's death, Sue had done very well in her job and she had been lucky in the stock market.
She had purchased a new house for her and Tommy, smaller than before, but very comfortable nonetheless. The job and investments provided enough money to enjoy life and take an occasional vacation. While the two years since the accident had been financially stable, it was emotionally difficult. On an emotional level, she and Tommy were still struggling. They leaned on each other for support and therefore had grown closer than the typical mother and teenaged son.
Tommy Ritter became the man of the house overnight, but he knew that he couldn't make up for the loss of his dad to his mother. Tommy was a tall, handsome and lean boy at 6' 1" and pounds. He was bigger than most of his classmates. However, while he appeared to be a confident teenager, he was, in fact, very shy and overly sensitive. Although, he had his dad's handsome face and the bright blue eyes of his mom, he wasn't comfortable with girls.
Tommy wanted to date, but every time he was around an attractive girl, he would become tongue-tied and embarrass himself. It was easier for him just to avoid those situations.
Besides, he almost felt like he would be cheating his mom if he dated. Now 18, Tommy had graduated from high school with honors and had earned a football scholarship to a local university. While he looked like the All-American boy, he had never had a girlfriend. His shyness was an incredible embarrassment for him. The shyness was primarily the result of a slight stutter that he had developed not long after his father died. He had hid it successfully from his mother so far and most of the time he could cover it up.
However, it tended to show up when he was nervous and all too often, that was in the presents of girls his age. Sue Ritter was still a very attractive woman as well. She was tall at 5' 7" with a well-proportioned body. However, like most women, she was critical of her body.
She thought that her butt was too round and that her breasts were too large. Her tendency was to dress on the conservative side to cover up her perceived flaws. Sue had been desperately lonely since Bob's death. Although, she tried not to lean on Tommy too much, he seemed to be the only one that really understood. She didn't have to explain to him how she felt when she was sad, angry, or lonely. Sue thought that she could read Tommy as well. Out of sheer loneliness, Sue had tried dating.
Unfortunately, she hadn't met anyone that she really liked or connected with on an emotional level or for that matter, on a physical level. Sue still had strong sexual desires. However, she needed more from a man. She needed tenderness and understanding first. Most of the men she dated seemed to think that because she was a young widowed woman that she would jump into bed at the drop of a hat. Tommy tried to encourage her to go out and have some fun, but whenever he suggested that she find someone, she would always tell him that he was the only man she needed in her life now.
It was almost as if she would be cheating Tommy or somehow hurting Bob's memory. While she knew deep inside it was time to move on, she couldn't let go of the past. Now 36, Sue worked hard to keep the family financially solvent. Her job as a public relations executive was rewarding but time consuming.
She had to work 12 hour days and sometimes Saturdays. Tommy talked her into wearing sexier clothes and had even convinced her that she looked great with short skirts and low cut tops. He told her that she needed to show off her assets to get ahead in business. It had worked on the business level. However, her good looks also attracted a lot of unwanted attention from men.
Whenever Tommy would tell her that she should date, she would turn his comments around and say he should be the one dating. Sue was more concerned about her son's lack of social development then she was about dating herself. She wanted him to go out and have fun, yet he would be home most weekend nights with her. Why don't you go out with someone?
They had this conversation almost every weekend. I don't need to go out, besides, I'd rather be home with you. It was a lame excuse and they both knew it. Then she looked at him seriously and said, "I'm worried about you.
Why do I need girlfriends? I've already been married. Besides, I already have a man. Besides, I already have a woman. Sue sighed in frustration. However, she couldn't let it go. His head fell back on the sofa and he closed his eyes. His face seemed to color in embarrassment. Never mind," he finally said. Additionally, he felt embarrassed talking to her about girls. Now that he had finally gotten up enough nerve to bring the subject up, he knew he had to continue.
I'm not so hot with the girls. I'm too shy and whenever I get around a nice looking girl I Sue was surprised but tried not to show it. She had never heard him get tongue-tied before. I've only kissed two girls in my whole life," Tommy blurted before he could stop himself. My God, he was 18 and he had only kissed two girls, she thought. He must be a virgin! The realization shocked Sue. Then a bigger problem occurred to her.
Of course I like girls," Tommy said, now totally embarrassed. Sue sighed in relief. I haven't even been on a real date. You said you were going out with girls. I go to the library or the mall. I just didn't want you to feel bad for me. You have enough on your mind. She had been foolish to think that she could read him.