Cheryl Taggert

I’m a young lesbian with a powerful fantasy life that is revealed through my stories. I absolutely LOVE getting feedback and comments from my readers. So relax, enjoy, and let me know what you think and fantasize about.

Aunt Lisa’s Summer with Jenny, 8 chapters (see Chapter Links for descriptions) — Complete

First, her 12-year-old niece, then the neighbor girls, and then her own young daughters — from interesting, to exciting, to volcanic!

Finding My Sister — Complete

A lifelong desire for a sister to love surprisingly, and happily, comes true.

Island of Joys, 9 chapters so far (see Chapter Links for descriptions) — MORE COMING SOON!

Two women and their young daughters traveling to Australia from their homes in San Francisco become shipwrecked on a desert island in the Pacific.

I Was the Daughter of a Porn Star, 88 chapters (see Chapter Links for descriptions) — Complete

A grown woman looks back at the incredible, wonderful — and sometimes upsetting — story of her life.

Little, 5 chapters (see Chapter Links for descriptions) — Complete

A young woman makes a special birthday wish that comes true, which also ends up allowing her certain freedoms and possibilities. Based on an idea I had upon first seeing the movie Big.

Matinee — Complete

Needing a place to think, a woman takes a seat in a dark movie theater, where she encounters a set of 12-year-old twin girls who……

Michelle’s Tickling Game, 2 parts — Complete

An ‘innocent’ game of tickling leads to delightful pleasures for a girl, her babysitter, and the girl’s mother.

Midnight Awakening in Amherst — Complete

The love between two women can be overwhelming, and nothing is better to awake to than your partner’s passion.

My Cumming of Age — Complete

A 12-year-old girl learns about pornography, sex toys, and much more during a wonderful weekend with her 22-year-old caretaker.

Nanny for a Night, 11 chapters (see Chapter Links for descriptions) — Complete

Working as a babysitter for beach tourists is a job that ‘comes’ with great fringe benefits.

Realizations about Writing and Love

A blog entry and open-letter of love to my wife, Lisa.

Rhonda’s Delightful Daughter — Complete

Rhonda raised her daughter to be sexually guilt-free — and the results are better than she could have hoped.

Sisters in Love — Complete

For three young sisters – age 12, 14, and 16 – curiosity about sex leads to joyous discoveries.

Susan’s Rendezvous with Cheryl — Complete

A woman makes arrangements to meet a 13-year-old girl she has fallen in love with online.

The Secret Society of the Pussycats Club, 31+ chapters (see Chapter Links for descriptions) — Complete

Two sexually precocious girls decide to form a secret club and are soon joined by a pair of lesbian schoolteachers. (My first effort at erotica; the positive response is the reason I continued to write.)

Tracy’s Dilemma and the Tapestry It Weaves, 19 chapters so far (see Chapter Links for descriptions) — More coming soon!

Tracy has a problem, but there IS a solution!

Waltz of Desires, 4 chapters — Complete

Looking for a soul mate who shares her ‘special interests’, a young teacher finds more than she ever hoped for.

When the Past Meets the Present, 5 chapters (see Chapter Links for descriptions) — Complete

Mom, a chronic masturbator, discovers her 9-year-old daughter humping her teddy bear. Can you guess what happens next?

36 Comments on Cheryl Taggert

  1. Evan in Hiding says:

    You’re alive! I’m so glad you guys made this site, willing to share your fantasies with us! Looking to more, for sure!

  2. Jack says:

    Your stories are nicely written, although a bit tame for my pervy mind….lol…never thought about sharing my fantasies…not sure anyone wants to hear them….Anyhow, thank you! Oh My fav was I was the daughter of a porn star

  3. Cheryl says:

    Evan, thank you! Yes, I am indeed alive, and my libido is raging, making up for lost time, I suppose, after the cancer. Stay tuned!

    Jack, welcome to the site! Tame for you? Oh, my! We are here to share fantasies, so share away! I will be getting back to the Daughter of a Porn Star series this summer and completing it, so keep “coming” back.

  4. Shawn says:

    I am so happy that you are posting again. I used to read all of your stories on LL and was upset that you stopped posting. I read all of your stories and I looked forward to seeing your name in the new stories list on LL, and when it stopped for a while I got worried not knowing what was happening with my favorite author. I am glad you are better now and I hope that you stay that way. You would not believe how excited I was when I was looking through Naughty Mommy’s story list and saw your name pop up too. I am going to reread all your stories and read all of the new ones. I am so happy to see that you are going to finish the Daughter of a Porn Star series because that is what made you one of my favorite authors. Well, once again, I am glad you are better and posting again. Hope to read many more great stories from you and the other authors on this site

  5. Cheryl says:

    Shawn, thank you!! I love being a favorite author. :) I will be working on the Daughter of a Porn Star series this summer. (I teach and will feel more like getting back to that series after making a few decisions on where it should go.) I hope to finish it by the end of 2015 at the latest. Keep “coming” back for more!

    Cheryl

  6. Irene says:

    I love Matinee.

  7. emma says:

    Aunt Lisa’s summer with Jenny is awesome.

  8. Jenn says:

    Hi Cheryl,

    I am so glad to have found this site. I used to be an avid reader of your Sisters In Love site, but that disappeared. Later I found you on another hosting site (Lesbian Lolita). But it’s great to find this one (incidentally, directed here by one of my own readers). I’ll enjoy getting up to speed on your latest works.

    Best Wishes,

    Jenn.

  9. Cheryl says:

    Jenn, HI! You did hear that Lesbian Lolita was going away, didn’t you? Keep tuned in here, though. We’re all doing what we can to keep the love alive. JetBoy has been working on a project that will go “live” tomorrow. Do you have your own site now? I’m sure we’d be happy to include a link to it.

  10. Jenn says:

    Hi Cheryl, No I didn’t know that Lesbian Lolita was closing. I have made my own site now. Here’s the url: http://jennifereliseashbo.wix.com/erotica. Take a look and see what you think. I’m intrigued what Jetboy has in store too.

  11. Cheryl says:

    Jenn, sorry for taking so long to reply to your comment. A lot has been going on, and I meant to reply when I first checked out your site. It’s a beautiful site, with some very good erotica. I see Naughty Mommy (the computer genius of this trio) has already posted a link to it on our home page. I LOVE the “Movie Night” stories! Keep up the good work!!

  12. Cheryl says:

    Hey, Everybody! I am now on Twitter!!

    @CherylTaggert

    Follow me, please?

  13. JetBoy says:

    Jenn, I have to chime in with Cheryl in offering fervent praise to your site. It’s lovely, sensual and hotter than a ghost pepper. Keep those sexy words and images coming!

  14. CaptainMidnight says:

    This is a very serious comment and question … but do you see bullying and harassment (for males and females in 7th grade) at your school? I took a lot of abuse and I didn’t know where to turn. Are there counselors that you can direct bullying victims to, and what rights do you have to stop bullyings in progress or prevent them?

  15. Cheryl says:

    Yes, bullying is part of every setting in which you gather a large number of children who do not all like each other. I, too, was a victim of it when I was in school. Many students who are bullied do not tell because they are afraid it will increase the bullying. I understand their position — I was a “suffer through it” type of person myself back then for that reason. However, there are now many things that can be done to ensure it doesn’t happen again. Students in that situation are asked to tell a teacher, counselor, or an administrator about the abuse. We spend time on bullying and how to handle it in our classes. I not only have the right to step in to stop bullying if I see it, but I am also required to do so and could be in serious trouble if I see it and do nothing.

    Of course, bullies aren’t stupid. They do their best to intimidate others out of sight and earshot of adults. It’s also true that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. I’ve encountered several bullies’ parents, and typically, the child is learning that behavior at home in some fashion. I’ve witnessed more than one parent bullying the child. And as they say, shit rolls downhill.

    I hope I’ve answered your questions. Take care!

  16. CaptainMidnight says:

    Thanks, Cheryl! I’ve lost touch with how the bullying went, put it deep in the recesses of my mind I guess. Most of the abuse was verbal: questions designed to trip people up (“If a fag jumped on your back, would you beat him off?”); unwanted touching; being cut down as a terrible athlete, and other tricks. Sometimes a bullied person becomes a bully in order to “fit in.”

    I can’t imagine what it is like to be gay in a world where people barely understand what the word means; I can attest to people simply thinking it’s a “simple” preference in bed partners, and people getting the creepy-crawlies if they think they are being “targeted” by a predator of your own gender. Thinking you’re a target is enough to turn reasonable people into homophobes, because they don’t know anything different and can’t process it. Being a “pretty boy” throughout school, I avoided having male friends and still do; but I was just as uncomfortable around females because I thought they in turn would think I was a predator, for no specific reason other than that they didn’t want to date me.

    Homophobic people can reform (I hope), but too often they don’t know why other people are gay and don’t know what to do about it. Better education on orientation would help — I’m told that some people realize their orientation when they’re the ages of some of the younger characters in your stories, and I literally ask how they know — and trying to tamp down the fear of “becoming” gay when you don’t think you are, and yet you have gay friends. I know these posts are really serious for a site like this, but bringing up the issues would seem to be pretty important.

  17. Cheryl Taggert says:

    I knew I was different from other girls I knew when I was young, but I didn’t understand the nature of that difference exactly. All I knew was they would find some boy cute, and I tended to find other girls cute. I always thought it was odd that they found boys cute. It wasn’t until I was older that I realized there was a word for people who felt like me: lesbian.

  18. CaptainMidnight says:

    Is there a story that says how you fell in love, and did you only fall in love once?

  19. Cheryl Taggert says:

    I have loved others, but Lisa is the love of my life. None of my stories thus far tell the real story of our meeting. It wasn’t all that interesting, really. We met at a college party. We were together for a few years, lived together, then broke up. We got back together almost two years ago. She helped me get through a bout of early stage cervical cancer and chemotherapy. We married last June.

  20. CaptainMidnight says:

    I would think there is nothing that tests both partners’ dedication more than a serious illness to one of them. The other partner is doing all she (or he) can to treat the symptoms and encourage the first partner to get on the road to beating this damned thing. The first partner is trying to beat the disease and trying to stay positive about it, which isn’t easy when the disease is ugly and the treatments are also ugly. Thank God you have put that cancer down hard. Was it right after you were declared in remission (or better, cancer-free) that one of you proposed to the other?

    The breakup sucks, says the person who is still scarred from his breakups — even one where the love was never strong. What prompted you to get back together, if it was pre-diagnosis? I get the feeling you stayed in touch and that you asked to get back together. Again drawing on my experience, I hope nobody who loved you or her had to grieve over losing their love.

    The characters in your stories seem to have a lot of hurdles to climb before they fall in love. They act older than their ages, but primarily in their approaches to sex itself. Would any of them present engagement rings a decade or so down the line, or will they stay playmates and find love elsewhere? Some people, me included, hope sex is on the way to love and engagement and maybe marriage and family. Certainly taking it really seriously. I’ve had no casual flings and I don’t regret that, but I don’t know about these ladies and girls.

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