On a mission to bring the love of literacy to impoverished rural children, Clover Willoughby finds herself stranded on a dry, dusty West Virginia back road. Out of gas, out of service, and out of patience, she starts walking. When she stumbles across a quaint cabin in the woods, she’s relieved at her good fortune. Her relief turns to trepidation—and anticipation—when the rough, crude mountain man living there offers to assist her . . . for a price.
And he’s not interested in money.
(Disclaimer: this novella is for adults only. It contains explicit sex, rough sex, ménage situations, sex with strangers, and taboo elements that some might find offensive.)
4 ’48 pages of pure smutty’ Stars.
First of all let me say that the title of the book ‘Clover’ is a lot better than ‘Penetrated on Ponetown’ with that title I would have skipped it. Sorry but it is the truth.
Clover is out in the Boons to teach young children to read but gets lost and she runs out of petrol. Until she stumbles across a cabin with an older man and his son. They are mountain men and they don’t get a lot of women out in the sticks.
So they have a deal, a week of sexual smuttiness in exchange for petrol. I guess it is slightly taboo with Clover getting it on with the father and the son. But all in all I enjoyed it very much.
It is hard to write a Review for a novella of 48 pages.