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When Jane Foster was woken up several hours too early, she never imagined how her life was going to be forever changed. Sobbing into the other end of the line was her best friend April. She and her husband lost their house and needed a place to stay. Jane offered her home to them for as long as they needed. That's what good friends do.
Jane had forgotten all about Greg's somnambulism until he walked in on her while she was getting ready for a shower. She didn't protest at his advances. She feared startling him would give him a heart attack, or so she heard. And the advances were a little more than welcome. She also didn't tell her best friend about her husband's morning bathroom visits because she didn't want to upset the poor woman more than she already was. That's what good friends do, right?
When advances turn to sex, Jane finally tells her best friend. To her surprise April is relieved. Greg is a sex machine that she barely keeps up with and she's all too happy for Jane taking some of the load off. Greg remains blissfully unaware of his actions while having sleep sex with Jane. Or does he?