1. Tracy, My Sister In Law, Shows Me the Way


    Date: 6/26/2016, Categories: Fiction, Author: Scott Robertson, Source: sexstories.com

    I’ve been in love with Tracy, my wife’s sister, ever since I first met her. It was 1989, one year before my wife and I were married. We were just friends, and she wanted me to accompany her to her home town in the Midwest to attend her brother’s High School Graduation. Tracy and her other sister picked us up at the airport. I noticed Tracy, then in college – a blonde Midwestern beauty, and was immediately attracted to her. We were driven to their parent’s home, and had lunch. Through the weekend, I got to know all of my wife-to-be’s family, including Tracy. Tracy was dating, in College, and not very interested in me, so didn’t notice that I was giving her my undivided attention. My wife and I married in the summer of 1990. Over the years, Tracy and I did get to know each other, and became brother and sister-in-law. I never hinted my attraction to her, nor did I get the sense she was attracted to me. My wife developed kidney disease in 2006, and fought it without dialysis until early 2017. For 18 months, she endured dialysis, finally succumbing to the disease in the summer of 2019. I remained close to her family. Christmas 2017 I was invited to Christmas at my mother in law’s home in the Midwest. My life would never be the same. I arrived about a week before Christmas. Tracy picked me up at the airport. My wife’s death hit Tracy hard. We embraced at the airport, for what seemed like forever – the longest embrace we’d ever shared. She took me to her mother’s house, where I ...
    would stay during my visit. Tracy is a real estate agent, and a good one, dealing with high roller clients. Expensive houses. One day, Tracy invited me to go along on a sales call. I toured a huge, beautiful house with a potential client. Tracy was in here element, and the client was sold. The house’s owners were in Europe for the holidays. After the call, Tracy asked if I’d like to go out for a drink. I said sure. We went to a bar, and began to talk. About my wife, Lynn’s, passing. About Tracy, Lynn’s, and their siblings growing up. Then Tracy turned her attention on me. “Doug, you seem to be doing OK, but I noticed you’re still a bit down”. “Yes, it’s only been about six months, and we were married for so long”. Then Tracy went in a direction I didn’t see coming. “Lynn was sick for over ten years” “Yes”, I replied “ten years, but she did pretty good”. Tracy: “But she couldn’t have sex”. “How did you know”, I responded. “She discussed it with me. She told me how much she missed it, but that it seemed to change you. You became angry, frustrated, and she said you became very sad”. “Yes, I did. For the longest, I didn’t understand why, but my sexual frustration built up”. “So, did you ever seek out someone else”. “No, I didn’t. I thought about it, but didn’t want to cheat on her”. Tracy swirled her drink. “Lynn told me she never though you cheated. And she loved you for it” I smiled. “I couldn’t do that to her”. Tracy smiled, and gave me a hug. “I love you for that. For protecting ...
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