Fair Warning: When Tis Done is more mature than the prior two books. I have toned it down, but it still may not be appropriate for readers under 17.
Neil and Cynthia eat their ice cream, then things progress. Strangely, when they kiss for the first time, both of them start to glow.
“What the hell is going on?” he asked, hopping up.
“I don’t know!”
“Do you suppose we’re doing this—everywhere?”
Cynthia looked at her breasts, they were certainly shining brightly. “Drop your pants.”
“Let’s see if it’s everywhere.”
He stopped moving, eyeing her dubiously. Moving jerkily, he undid his pants, pulling out the waistband of his boxers enough that he could see. His eyes grew wide and his face glowed bright pink.
“That shit’s not right!”
“Like a neon undercarriage,” he breathed.
Cynthia grinned, peeping down her jeans. “Day-glow here too.”
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