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Ending Part 1 - What’s with the Damn Hat?
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He walked over to the bed with a mug of coffee in each hand, no longer trying to hide his obvious erection. Despite his complaints, he was enjoying his youthful body again and having a pretty young lady to share it with.
He handed her a mug. “Do you feel you remember the spell well enough to handle it on your own? It’s a powerful one. If you mess it up, the consequences will be dire.”
She blew on the coffee and took a sip. “Yes, I remember it. Don’t worry about me. I’ve been learning more than you know. But that spell was one I couldn’t track down in any books, journals, or scrolls. Thank you for teaching me, although I’m pretty sure you enjoyed the lesson enough to make it worth it.”
She winked at him and laughed. He frowned and started to turn away, but she reached out and grabbed his hand. Pulling him closer to the bed, she looked up at him with her big, dark eyes.
“I’m just teasing you. I know how serious this all is. I’d also be lying if I didn’t admit that I enjoyed it, too. Last night was pretty incredible. You surprised me, old man.”
She set her mug down on the nearby nightstand, then reached out to take his mug and place it next to hers. Leaning forward, she took his warm cock in her hand and gently began stroking him. He closed his eyes and took a step closer.
“Mmmm, I had no idea you were packing this under your stuffy robes yesterday. Come here.”
She scooted forward on the bed and leaned down to kiss the hard cock in her hand. Her tiny kisses trailed from the throbbing tip to the thick base of his shaft. She flicked the tip of her tongue against the swollen veins and traced a wet path back to the head and took him into her hot mouth.
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