Book Excerpt from Friends’ Experience


Book Excerpt

I put on a pair of shorts and a Hawaiian shirt, and went out to the backyard; there were still five chairs around the glass patio table, but the sky was mostly clouded, the weather looking threatening. I hoped that we could have lunch out here … and then maybe go in the pool for a while.

            As I walked back into the kitchen, I heard Kelly welcoming her friends at the front door. Entering the living room, I was surprised to see that everyone, including Kelly, looked like they were ready to go out to a nightclub: They wore dresses – even Kathy – and had on nylons and high-heel shoes.

            Smiling when they saw me, they crowded around and wished me a happy birthday. Julie took my head in her hands, smiled at me, and gave me a deep and lingering kiss. When we had come up for air, Linda took her place, hugged me, and then she too gave me an open-mouth and intimate kiss. Kathy smiled, and stepped up to me, “Happy birthday, Sam.” I bent and gave her a quick peck her on the lips, but as I pulled back, she smiled and leaned forward, giving me a brief, but very nice French kiss.

            I looked at Kelly’s friends and chuckled, “Well, I guess Kelly has gotten me over my discomfort with sharing saliva. And, we don’t consider kissing – or eating after each other – part of our definition of ‘sex’, anymore.” The girls laughed easily.

            Julie reached down, cupping her hand over the mound in my pants, “Well, we’ve all had sex with you, Sam.” When I started to look shocked, thinking about the ménage with Julie – that, I assumed, her friends were not aware of – Julie continued, “By your definition, we all had sex – at least oral sex – during Kelly’s birthday party.”

            She glanced at Linda and Kathy, and then stared at Kelly, as she announced, “And the ménage we had cleared up any doubts about us having had sex … by anybody’s definition.” Now, I really was shocked; I had expected that the experience between Julie, Kelly and I would have remained private.

            Kathy exclaimed, “Ménage?!??” She looked at Kelly for confirmation, and received an almost-imperceptible nod. “I guess you guys really do share each other.”

            Linda, looking down at her feet, quietly commented, “Yeah, they do. After our schoolgirl scene, Kelly insisted that Sam take me from behind … with her watching!”    Now, it was pandemonium, Julie making exaggerated gasps and expressions, and Kathy grinning broadly and shaking her head. Linda turned to me, and added, “And, it was really nice, Sam. Thank you.” She pulled my head to her, and gave me another slobbery, wet kiss.

            Kelly said brightly, “Shall we have lunch, now?” We all laughed, and proceeded into the kitchen to make our sandwiches.

            There was some tittering as we filled our plates and Kathy, turning to Linda, said, “You didn’t share that part with us, when we had lunch!”

            Linda just shrugged, but looked at Julie, and remarked, “And you didn’t tell us about having a ménage with Kelly and Sam!”

           Now Julie shrugged, and said, “I don’t usually ‘kiss and tell’ … but since we’ve all agreed to be so open today, I thought it would be a good ‘ice-breaker’.”

            I harrumphed, and held the door open for the girls to go out to the backyard. Julie shook her head, as she passed me, “Sam, it is your birthday, and Kelly has told us how much you stress openness …” We sat around the glass table; we hadn’t bothered with a tablecloth, as it would undoubtedly be raining soon.

            There was nothing I could say in answer to Julie’s comment: I did believe in openness and honesty … but knew there had to be a limit. It seemed OK to share within this group of friends, as we’d all shared some intimate physical experiences with each other. But I certainly wouldn’t have been happy sharing these things with other people, such as my neighbor, Alex … although she’d been very open with us.

            At the time – each time we had gotten together with Kelly’s friends – our activities had seemed natural, but perhaps we had been overly promiscuous? Once again, I was confused, my thoughts confounded by a combination of ideals and practicalities, fantasies and realities. I shook my head, and took a bite of my sandwich.

            About the time most of our food had been consumed, we saw a huge bolt of cloud-to-cloud lightning, and almost immediately heard the crack and rumble of thunder. A few seconds later, drops of rain began to fall and, by the time we filed back into the kitchen, there was a downpour. We cleaned up the buffet, and Kelly suggested that we go downstairs to the playroom where, it was now clear, most of my birthday party would take place.

About The Book

Cover Friends FRONT 150509Title: Friends’ Experience

Author: Simone Freier

Genre: Erotic Romance

Beyond 50 Shades … Way Beyond!

 FRIENDS’ EXPERIENCE is an intimate exploration of kinks and fetishes by an unlikely couple, with thoughtful and philosophical discussion by the characters, and graphic descriptions of their erotic adventures.

 Kelly and Sam continue to expand their sexual horizons by including Kelly’s open-­‐minded friends in their fetish play. As Kelly learns more about her past and sets her sights on the future, Sam grows in his acceptance of gay and bisexual relationships. After Kelly and her friends give Sam a memorable birthday party, Sam designs a submission challenge for them. The friends bring their own spirit and enthusiasm to the session, surprising Sam and Kelly with their openness. The event becomes a competition, as Kelly’s friends cope with more and more outrageous experiences. The group learns that each of Kelly’s friends has her limits.

The Experiences series is an epic love story of erotic relationships and sexual desires. Written in a ‘literary realism’ style, the series introduces Sam in the prequel, and the blossoming of his intimate relationship with Kelly as the series progresses. Fantasies and real-­‐world adventures coalesce to mold a unique bond between unlikely lovers.   Where needs are mutually satisfied in an open, creative and trusting environment.   Where physical and mental boundaries are pushed. Where the concepts of love and sex are never confused, but sometimes confusing. Where openness is required and intimacy is expected. And where fair-­‐is-­‐fair, regarding the punishment of transgressions.

Contemporary erotic romance: Suitable for mature readers, aged 18+ years.

Experiences: Book 6 is 120,000 words, 15 chapters, 390 print pages

Acclaim for Simone Freier and the EXPERIENCES series:

“Fun, intense, sexually erotic”

“It is quite a tale and a very good read that explores an intimate topic” “The writing is well-­‐done, engaging, and erotic”

“The characters are rich & believable, while the eroticism is thick & lush” “Freier writes some incredibly powerful scenes”

“I have enjoyed this whole series and don’t want it to end” “The desire crawls out of the pages and into my mind” “Steams up the pages -­‐ very sensual and erotic” “Unexpectedly thoughtful and intensely passionate” “Simone Freier has an intoxicating way with words”

“Fifty shades greyer in this deep look at sexual explorations” “I have enjoyed this whole series and don’t want it to end” “Fine writing from an author who knows her genre”


This work contains mature content, including graphic sexual descriptions and scenes, and is provided for adults only. The Experiences series contains scenes of psychological and physical submission, discipline, and medical fetish. The characters explore various fetishes, which evolve throughout the series. ALL CHARACTERS IN THE BOOK ARE 21 YEARS OLD OR OLDER, and all activities are consensual.


About The Author

An adventuress and traveler, Simone is a sensual being who loves to read stories that excite her.  She takes exception to authors who promote their works as ‘dirty’, ‘filthy’, or ‘smutty’:  She believes that sex is wonderful in all of its incarnations, and doesn’t shy away from graphic descriptions of realistic sexual experiences, no matter how messy.  Her writing is mainly in the ‘literary realism’ style – i.e., it is wild (even outrageous) … but could really happen to you!  She values openness in relationships, and demonstrates this through her characters.

Prior to becoming an author, Simone was a nurse.  One of her pet peeves is reading erotica that gets simple anatomy wrong!  She is continually bewildered by women who haven’t explored their own bodies.  Another pet peeve is the mostly hung-up Victorian society prevalent in the U.S. and U.K., and she tries to do her part to change that by introducing people to new sexual and sensual experiences through her erotic writing.  The activities in Simone’s books are quite realistic, as she has participated in most of these in ‘real life’, as surreal as it may seem.

Simone is currently completing the Experiences series, which will run an estimated 1,000,000 words!  That is why she refers to it as an ‘epic’ romance, although each volume is intended to stand on its own, with a ‘happy for now’ ending.  Experiences combines literary style and philosophical discussion by the characters with graphic portrayal of sex in all of its kinks and fetishes.  You may not like all of the things Simone’s characters do … but neither do they.  Their exploration of new experiences will hopefully motivate some readers to explore their own sexuality to a greater extent.

Simone loves to hear from her readers, so feel free to contact her.   In fact, she hopes you will feel ‘free’ sexually and spiritually, as well.  Please follow her on social media and her blog.  On her website, you may interact directly with the main characters in her books, including asking them questions in order to understand their perspectives in more depth.

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