Fetish: Medical - At first, Dr. Farrell appears to be everything alternative practitioner Carina Dalessio hates. However, when Farrell drops her guard and accepts an invitation to a free massage, Carina realizes there might be more to their connection than mutual dislike. Carina is a skilful healer but Alison Farrell’s problems are numerous. Love alone won’t suffice, but hot sex might just make all the difference.
Ebook ISBN: 978-1-60054-166-7
Genre: F/F Erotica
Rating: Super Nova
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Reaching a little further up, Carina massaged first one ankle, then the other. They were well formed, and worth showing off, but the doctor’s long, loose trousers usually hid them from view. Just on the inside of the joint, there was a spot—tricky to find, but sometimes effective. It didn’t work on all women, but if she got it exactly right, these were the areas corresponding with the womb and ovaries. Intuition told her this woman hadn’t any awareness of that part of herself. Her sexuality was dormant at the very least, and quite possibly dead. Carina rubbed gently, making small circles with her thumbs.
Dr. Farrell’s breathy sigh told her enough. There were signs of life after all. Carina lightened her touch, stroking her fingers over feet, ankles and lower calves, awakening the skin to contact and sensitivity. She kept watching her client’s face, seeing the doctor swallow and pout slightly, unable to resist. A faint pinkness tinted the woman’s cheeks, and Carina suddenly saw all the potential for passion and sensuality that had been repressed behind the doctor’s cold façade. Deciding it would be best not to push things, she stopped.
“How does that feel?”
“I can’t deny, it is very relaxing. I almost went to sleep there.”
“That’s good. Now, if you’d like to roll over and lie face down on the couch, I’ll just sort out that knot in your back.”
It was a classic postural problem, caused by leaning forwards and hunching the shoulders slightly. Carina had seen this one plenty of times before. It put a strain on the back, and could also make the ribs painful, inhibiting breathing and general reducing a person’s sense of wellbeing. Bringing all of her strength to bear, she pummelled, pushed and massaged the muscles back to where they should be, loosening off the tension. Other clients had cried out at this treatment—it could be painful in the short term. Dr. Farrell took it all, stoically.
Carina smiled to herself. “I think that should do as a demonstration.”
“What do I owe you?”
“This one’s on the house as I said the other day. I offered it to make a point. If you want to come back for another session, I’ll have to charge you.”