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In an instant, Ifeanyi remembered everything that had happened since that sinful night…

Amaka had been merciless as she rode on top of him the morning after.  He had wanted to resist her.  He really did.  But somewhere along the ride, he lost his mind and applied himself 100% to the act.  It was too late to pretend like it wasn’t what he wanted.

Amaka was well pleased at the turn of events.  She came loudly and dramatically. “Oh, God!  Oh, God!”

“Oh, you’ve gotta be kidding me…” she gasped, rolling off him, yet hanging on to him.  It was even better than last night, she thought.  “You know I’m never letting you go, right?” she giggled.

Despite himself, Ifeanyi smiled.  He was used to that reaction from women.  He had missed it.  It was a pride booster.  Though Mary was always appreciative of his bedroom talents, it was something else coming from an experienced woman.

He took a moment to get his breath back, before sitting up in bed.  He had to get out of there.  He was starting to feel and think like his old self again.  He had to think of Mary…

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