Free erotic reading fiction that you and your partner can read together in bed, from stories that tell the story of two lovers together.
The stories can also include erotic, sexual or erotic music.
Here are some of the free erotic stories that you may enjoy in the comfort of your bed.
Free erotic tales from the first century: 1.
The First Century by Euripides (CAD 79) Euripide tells the story, which he says was first published in the 2nd century, of a shipwrecked Athenian woman and her lover who have survived.
They meet again in the middle of the night to discuss the next steps of their journey, but the next morning they discover the shipwreck has changed their destiny.
Euripines novel is considered to be one of the earliest erotic works and is considered the precursor to the modern erotic.
A New Day by Hildegard of Bingen (Cad 79) Hildes, a wealthy lady, has a secret lover who loves her.
He has given her a small sum of money, but she refuses to accept it and refuses to marry him.
She does not accept the money.
She tries to escape to France, where she is to meet the love of her life, a young nobleman, but he has been killed.
She is captured by the French and thrown into prison.
She escapes again, but is soon captured again and thrown back into jail.
She tells her lover to kill himself, and then she is brought to court by her lover and forced to marry.
The Lady of the Lake by Mary Shelley (C1697) The story tells the tale of a beautiful maiden who lives in the Lake District of England.
Her lover is a farmer named Edward.
She marries him and has children, but then he dies, and her love for him is lost.
Her love, however, is not lost, and the next year, she marries again and the love between them grows stronger.
The Garden of Eden by Charles Dickens (C1860) This story is considered one of Dickens’ best known and most widely read.
It tells the life of the first wife of his friend George, and of the second wife, Alice, who is in love with him.
Dickens is famous for the stories he writes about himself and his life.
He is said to have used to sleep with a pillow on the floor of his bedroom.
The Story of Mr. Kew and Miss Kew by Ernest Hemingway (C1939) The book tells the stories of a young couple living together in the town of South Bend, Indiana, who fall in love.
Hemingways work is considered among the best of the Victorian era.
The Man Who Wasn’t There by Joseph Conrad (C1950) The novel tells the tales of a man who is unable to leave the house, and is the host of a party for his friends at the house of his wife’s mother.
The hostess invites the guests to the home to celebrate her birthday, but Conrad and the guests decide to stay the night.
When Conrad returns to the house the next day, he finds his wife missing.
He suspects foul play, but finds no evidence of foul play.
The couple’s daughter, Elizabeth, is in mourning and is afraid to come forward.
The Life and Times of Henry James by Henry James (C1900) James is a famous British author who lived from 1820 to 1886.
He wrote a number of books including the novels Pride and Prejudice and the novel A Tale of Two Cities.
The story takes place in a small town in Ireland, and tells the tragic story of a widower who falls in love and has no money to pay his wife back.
The Old Lady by Jane Austen (1810) The tale is one of Austen’s best known novels.
It is set in the late 1820s, and follows the life and times of a married couple living in a rural town in England.
A Night at the Opera by Rudyard Kipling (1860-1904) Kipling’s story, set in 1876 in Nottingham, England, tells the adventures of a farmer’s wife who becomes the head of a family of animals.
The tale tells the true story of the birth of the family, and depicts Kipling as the patriarch.
The Woman Who Knows Too Much by Jane Eyre (1811) The famous novel tells of a woman who is accused of stealing a diamond ring.
She confesses that she is guilty, and in the process becomes the new owner of the ring.
The Scarlet Letter by Charles Laughton (1812) Laughton’s tale of an English aristocrat who travels to Paris to marry a French noblewoman is considered by many to be the first of its kind.
The House of Cards by Frank Capra (1903