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The following story is meant for the enjoyments of adults who live in areas where they may indulge in such fantasies. If you live in a country/state/territory where it would be illegal for you to read the following bit of erotica, or you think you might be offended by the following sexual fantasy, now would be a good time to leave. In addition, the following is a parody, and is thus protected by the 1st amendment of the U.S. constitution and subsequent Supreme Court decisions.

Codes: MFF, cons, drugs, oral, first, rom, first



The Dukes of Hazzard: Moonshine and Romance Part 2
by SassyGal84

"Well, you sure do have a nice set up here, Dr. Lee."

Jonathan hid a grin at the awestruck look Enos had on his face as he look around Jonathanís home away from home as well as a lab away from his main lab.

"Enos, please, it's Jonathan. Can't be formal with the only friend I have in Hazzard County."

"Aw, don't worry about it, Doct---er, Jonathan. People are real friendly here in Hazzard. Don't go judging them by Boss Hogg and Sherriff Roscoe. By the way, did I mention this is a nice set up you have here?"

"Thanks. The lab is in the far end of the trailer. Just a few instruments and such. Mostly I'll be collecting samples, making a few initial tests and screenings and shipping the more promising samples up to Atlanta. But that brings me to my problem. I still need someone to help me who knows the area, and won't have any problem collecting dirt and plant samples. Don't suppose you might change your mind about doing a little moonlighting, would you, Enos?"

Enos laughed. "Boss Hogg and the Sheriff would have my hide if I did. You're Homeland Security agents scared them straighter than a moonshiner in a church revival. But if you want to hire somebody, you just need to put up a few notices. Down in the courthouse would be a good place to start. The Community Center is another good place. And then thereís County Bulletin Board. I think I've got the web address for that in my wallet." Enos laughed at Jonathan's look of surprise "Don't look so surprised, Jonathan. We made it into the 21st century here in Hazzard!"

Jonathan grinned sheepishly. "Sorry, Enos, I'm afraid your Sheriff and your County Commissioner have put me off of Hazzard a little. Well, let me tell you exactly what I'll be needing, and how much the government will pay."

* * *

While Jonathan sketched out what requirements he was going to need for an assistant to Enos, Daisy was picking up the phone in the Duke Kitchen.

"Duke Farm."

"Daisy Duke?"

Daisy immediately recognized the voice on the other end of the line and squealed with excitement. "Lucy Verne! How are you??!! It's been...well, you should have called me before now, it's been that long!!"

"I know, Daisy, and I'm sorry."

"Oh, I'm just teasing you, Lucy. You know I'll miss you the moment we're off the phone."

"Well, you won't have to miss me for long. Guess who got a job for the summer with the George State Agricultural Development Program and will be working in Hazzard County?"

"Oh, that's great! Listen, you'll have to stay here with me. Uncle Jesse would love to see you again. And so will my cousins!"

"Do they ever talk about me?"

Daisy laughed. "I think Luke sleeps with that picture of you in your prom dress and those earrings your Mom brought back from New York. You know the picture Iím talking about, itís the one you posed for in front of our barn. They're still mad at me for keeping you firmly in the Hazzard High School Abstinence Club."

Lucy laughed. "I'm still in it, too. Do you think that they'll still be willing to pick me up at the bus station when I get in next week?"

As Lucy and Daisy made plans for the summer and generally caught up with each other's life, another visitor made its way toward Jonathan's lab.

* * *

Jonathan was getting...inured, for lack of a better word...to the constant display of female flesh that was the norm at the The Boar's Nest. Not that he was comfortable with it. But he had at least stopped breaking into a cold sweat every time one of the waitresses bent over to serve him his sandwich or iced tea and showed him an ample amount of cleavage.

The Boar's Nest did become his second home away from home for him, though. For one thing, Jonathan was introduced to the pure pleasure of a properly made barbecued pork sandwich served with plenty of cole slaw. For another, The Boar's Nest was a great place to conduct interviews for his assistant.

He had just finished his last interview of the day and was gathering his notes when Enos walked through the door.

"Enos. I was about to head out."

"Hired your assistant yet?"

"Couple of potentials, but I guess the fair thing to do is to go through the whole list. Looking for someone in particular?"

"Friend of mine from high school. She used to work here, but I think she was...well, it was kind of a scene a few months ago. It involved the previous manager of The Boar's Nest."

Enos and Jonathan talked for a few more minutes, before Jonathan headed back to his laboratory/temporary home. When he signed on to his computer, an email told him he was going to be getting a call from an intern sent by the state's Agricultural Department, who would be working with him, along with the assistant that Jonathan was supposed to hire.

Sure enough, when Jonathan checked his voice mail, there was a message there from the intern, one Lucy Verne. Lucy left her number, and also asked if Jonathan had hired an assistant yet. If not, Lucy had a local friend that would be perfect for the job.

Shrugging, Jonathan thought it wouldn't hurt to interview one more person. If he was going to have to deal with this intern, it probably wouldn't do to reject her friend out of hand.

* * *

For those of you who can't imagine the venustraphobic Jonathan having not one but two beautiful teenaged women working for him during the summer, you just don't know Hazzard County. The Dukes were well liked by the denizens of Hazzard County, and Boss Hogg's attempt to shut down the best moonshiner in the county were not looked on favorably. Plus, Daisy was incredibly well liked, Lucy was the home girl who had made good, and everyone thought that Daisy deserved something good in her life after Huey. Then there was the fact that the stories of Jonathan putting Boss Hogg in his place had made the rounds, and had put him in good stead with everyone who met him.

Until a few months ago, Daisy had been a Plain Jane, rather than the Rose of Hazzard County. So it wasn't that hard for her and Lucy to dress down a little (well, a lot) in order to downplay their country girl sex appeal. And the two girls were not only smart, but knew everyone in the county.

So, with a certain amount of reluctance, Jonathan hired Daisy as his assistant for the summer.

The girls were ecstatic. Both of them would be earning paychecks (though from different sources) for basically going around and talking to their friends and neighbors. Lucy would stay out at the Duke farm for the summer. Uncle Jesse had also laid down the law: since Lucy would be staying on the farm for the summer, she was Boís and Luke's unofficial cousin, and would be off-limits for romantic interludes. Bo and Luke made some grumblings, but in truth, both the boys had their hands full for the summer (Bo was romancing nearly half the farmer's daughters in the surrounding counties, and Luke was making a name for himself as the best driver in Hazzard County, if not in Georgia).

Gradually, Jonathan had warmed up to the girls to the point that he was comfortable around them, and had even become a regular fixture at the Duke farm for supper and weekends. Jonathan even went so far as to help Uncle Jesse modernize his moonshining business (under the guise of biofuel research), and was able to keep Boss Hogg and Roscoe at bay.

All in all, the summer was going very well indeed.

Well, almost fairly well.

Jonathan was finding himself developing feelings for both Daisy and Lucy. Of course, being a shy young man, he didn't have the courage to act on those feelings. Also, he had come to like Daisy and Lucy so well that he wouldn't want to run the danger of ruining his friendship with either girl, Daisy's cousins Bo and Luke, or Uncle Jesse by acting on something that might blow up in his face.

Which was a real possibility, inasmuch as Daisy and Lucy had both developed feelings for Jonathan. He was a good-looking young man, fearless (save in the face of a beautiful young woman), and possibly the smartest man any of them had ever met or would ever meet. But both of the girls were stymied, because not only did they have to worry about their best friend's feelings, but there was the problem of Jonathan himself. With any other man, it was just a matter of showing some interest and looking very interesting. But this would probably just scare Jonathan silly.

Lucy had additional problems. Although Lucy was very attracted to Jonathan, she had discovered in college that is was possible for her to be attracted to her own gender as well. Nothing had happened beyond a little heavy kissing and light petting with a college roommate's friend, but it still left her a little confused. And that confusion had extended to her friend Daisy. Lucy hadn't even hinted that she had those type of feelings about Daisy to anyone (Hazzard was a small community, after all).

But even with these emotions brewing underneath the surface, everyone had a good summer. Until August came.

Bo and Luke had been invited to participate in an amateur stock car circuit in the Carolinas. Uncle Jesse had a friend who had finally convinced him to come to a reunion of Uncle Jesse's unit in Korea in Colorado and to spend a few weeks with him before and after the reunion. Lucy, who was planning on going to college in the fall, had decided to stay in Hazzard and take her courses online. Uncle Jesse, assuming that Lucy and Daisy would chaperone each other, had no problem with Daisy continuing her work with Jonathan until he got back.

And so, for the entire month of August, it would just be Jonathan, Daisy and Lucy.

Oh, and that 'visitor' that Leon Hogg left in the last chapter? It's about to come into play.

* * *

Uncle Jesse hauled another suitcase from the attic. The luggage looked as if it hadn't been used since Uncle Jesse's father had taken his mother on their honeymoon to Sarasota, Florida in the early 1920's.

"No, you girls don't give Jonathan any problems while I'm gone. He's more nervous than a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs about you staying over at his place."

Lucy gave the Duke patriarch a daughterly hug. "Don't you worry, Uncle Jesse. We'll be as well behaved as sinners at a Baptist revival."

Uncle Jesse just rolled his eyes while the girls helped him pack his bags and then load them up into Daisy's jeep.

It hadn't been easy for Uncle Jesse to decide to go to Colorado. He had only been two places in his entire life: Hazzard and Korea, and Uncle Jesse had considered that one place too many. However, Uncle Jesse knew he was getting on in years, and this would probably be his last chance to see his old Army buddies.

What made the decision easier was the fact that Bo and Luke would be out of state as well, and Jesse wouldn't need to keep an eye on them. He wasn't that fond of the idea of the girls being left alone on the farm by themselves, which is why he was happy the girls would be staying at Jonathan's trailer. The fact that Jonathan (who had been thoroughly adopted by Hazzard county by now) was notorious for being shy was a plus; so was the fact that the girls would be sharing a room in Jonathan's trailer, which meant that they would be chaperoning each other.

So with Uncle Jesse safely on the bus to Colorado, Daisy and Lucy headed over to Jonathan's trailer

* * *

Even if Jonathan wasn't aware of Lucy's and Daisy's competing interest in him, the whole of Hazzard knew. Now, mind you, there were other women who found Jonathan attractive. He was, after all, smart, handsome, kind and personable. Outside of Boss Hogg and Roscoe, he got along with everyone in Hazzard, and was always happy to lend a helping hand. For example, it wasn't unusual for Jonathan to take a half an afternoon off to help Cooter out if a particularly high-tech hybrid driven by a tourist made its way into the garage.

But everyone knew that Lucy and Daisy had the inside track on Jonathan. 'Course, Jonathan was like a box of nitro. You had to handle him very carefully if you wanted to get the right results.

The girls decided to mark their first day of staying with Jonathan with a special meal. As Jonathan walked out of his lab (where he had just finished running tests on samples of 'biofuel'). Daisy and Lucy had both come to an unspoken agreement to not dress as drab as they had been for the last few weeks IUncle Jesse hauled another suitcase from the attic. It looked as if the luggage hadn't been used since Uncle Jesse's father had taken his mother on their honeymoon to Sarasota, Florida in the early 1920's.

"Now, you girls don't give Jonathan any problems while I'm gone. He's more nervous than a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs about you staying over at his place."

Lucy gave the Duke patriarch a daughterly hug. "Don't you worry, Uncle Jesse. We'll be as well behaved as sinners at a Baptist revival."

Uncle Jesse just rolled his eyes while the girls helped him pack his bags and then load them up into Daisy's jeep.

It hadn't been easy for Uncle Jesse to decide to go to Colorado. He had only been two places in his entire life: Hazzard and Korea, and Uncle Jesse had considered that one place too many. However, Uncle Jesse knew he was getting on in years, and this would probably be his last chance to see his old Army buddies.

What made the decision easier was the fact that Bo and Luke would be out of state as well, and Jesse wouldn't need to keep an eye on them. He wasn't that fond of the idea of the girls being left alone on the farm by themselves, which is why he was happy the girls would be staying at Jonathan's trailer. The fact that Jonathan (who had been thoroughly adopted by Hazzard county by now) was notorious for being shy was a plus; so was the fact that the girls would be sharing a room in Jonathan's trailer, which meant that they would be chaperoning each other.

So with Uncle Jesse safely on the bus to Colorado, Daisy and Lucy headed over to Jonathan's trailer

* * *

Even if Jonathan wasn't aware of Lucy's and Daisy's competing interest in him, the whole of Hazzard was well aware of it. Now, mind you, there were other women who found Jonathan attractive. He was, after all, smart, handsome, kind and personable. Outside of Boss Hogg and Roscoe, he got along with everyone in Hazzard. It wasn't unusual for Jonathan to take a half an afternoon off to help Cooter out at his garage if a particularly high-tech hybrid driven by a tourist made its way into the garage.

But everyone knew that Lucy and Daisy had the inside track on Jonathan. 'Course, Jonathan was like a box of nitro. You had to handle him very carefully if you wanted to get the right results.

The girls decided to mark their first day of staying with Jonathan with a special meal. As Jonathan walked out of his lab (where he had just finished running tests on samples of 'biofuel'). Daisy and Lucy had both come to an unspoken agreement to not dress as drab as they had been for the last few weeks, (though their present standard of dress was nowhere near what Daisy had been wearing at The Boar's Nest the first day that Jonathan had arrived in Hazzard).

Jonathan was all smiles as he saw the spread laid out on the dining table.

"Ladies, if you two are going to feed me like this for the month that you're here, I'm afraid I'm going to have to convert one of the file rooms to a home gymnasium."

The girls laughed. "Well," Lucy started, "in honor of the fact that it was corn that brought you to Hazzard County in the first place, we thought we'd have a corn based meal, starting off with sweet corn salad."

What none of them knew was that corn would not be the only basis for tonight's meal.

* * *

When Boss Hogg had tried to foist his nephew, Leon Hogg, on Jonathan, nobody knew that an undetectable isotope had 'hitch-hiked' with Leon from his short stay at the nuclear labs in Oak Ridge. When the isotope was actually discovered fifty years from now at a high-speed particle collider in Brazil, a number of properties would never be discovered.

Like the isotope's existence in multiple-spatial dimensions for one. And its ability to bond with raw organic plant material for another.

In particular, it bonded with corn kernels.

The isotope would have had no effect on anyone if eaten in small amounts, and would have eventually disappeared in a few months. However, the fact that the first dinner Lucy and Daisy had decided to serve was corn based was enough to cross the corn threshold. For some reason, the double X chromosome present in Lucy and Daisy (and decidedly absent in Jonathan) made them susceptible to the effects of the isotope which quickly accumulated in their bodies after a corn-based meal.

It was dessert that did them in.

* * *

Jonathan laughed. "Corn for dessert as well?"

Daisy nodded. "Indian pudding. With homemade vanilla ice cream."

Jonathan dug into his portion with a great deal of enthusiasm. Daisy and Lucy both took a bite and stopped.

"Something wrong, ladies?"

Daisy shook her head. "No, it's just that...I feel funny."

Lucy nodded her head. "Me, too."

Jonathan set his pudding down. "Something wrong with the food? Mine's been fantastic."

Daisy shook her head. "No, it's not the food. My stomach feels fine. I just suddenly feel..."

Jonathan knew something was wrong when both ladies stopped talking and simply stared at him. He would have sworn that he saw a tiny flash of light in the eyes of both women. Both women stood up and then didnít move.

Jonathanís suspicions were confirmed when all the clothing the women were wearing, right down to their shoes, simply disappeared. And then Lucy and Daisy started moving around either side of the table straight at him.

    

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