“Where did you hear that word, young lady?”

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#Historical #Western ‘To Have and To Scold’ A time when women were expected to always act like a lady and not swear or speak of things of a delicate nature, but Annie surprises her new husband with a very innocent question 😉

“Matt, are you one of those men who like to lick a woman’s pussy?”

Matt bolted from the bed so fast Annie’s head slipped from his chest and bounced off the
mattress.

She groaned. “Did I say something wrong?”

With his hands on his hips and his manly part pointing south, all flaccid and lifeless, Matt
demanded, “Where did you hear that word, young lady?”

Annie sat up, hugging the blanket to her chest. “I did work in a saloon even if it only was
for one night and part of a day. I heard things.” She rolled her eyes. “What’s the big deal? We’re
married. I can say words like that to you, can’t I?”

Matt stared at her as if he wanted to say something, but couldn’t find the right words.
Finally, he threw his hands up in the air and climbed back into bed. He curled an arm around her shoulders and tugged her against him. “You can say whatever you want to me because it sounds sexy as hell coming from your mouth, but for the love of Pete don’t mention that word around Aunt Rose or Pa. They’d have a conniption.” He blew out a breath. Annie’s entire body was shaking. “What are you laughing at?”

“You should have seen the expression on your face when I said that word.” She rolled
onto her back and laughed, tears falling down her cheeks. “You were standing there all bare and
your-um- thing was-um, well it didn’t look as big and impressive as it had before.”

Matt twisted his head in her direction and arched a brow. “Is that right?”

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