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Wild Cherry - Blindfolded And Used Dylan T. Wise
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Homeless girl Olivia is discovered in ‘flagrante delicto’ by well-known denizen Chastity in the wee hours of the night. The worldly lady – and very wealthy benefactor – takes the teenager under her wing and soon accepts she will mentor for the ingénue. Chastity learns Olivia possesses a fine artistic talent; one that can be used to lustful circumstances. Olivia’s talent blooms under Chastity’s guidance along with a naughty physical and emotional desire they share; although Chastity shows little interest in anything, let alone another female, except Olivia’s muse – photography. Olivia is soon embroiled in one unpredictable surprise after another and when she discovers her rich sponsor ha ...
Your Place Or Mine Micheal Garnett
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Size: 5" x 8"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620308783
Your Place or Mine, You cook the dinner, I'll bring the wine, No need in dreaming, I'm the real deal, With every tender kiss, Your package will be sealed, Protection and love, Respect and loyalty, Are you ready to fall in love with me?, I'll never take you for granted, A solid foundation, And our future will be planted, I was here yesterday, I'm here today, I'll make love to you, In a very special way, Roses are red, The Ocean is blue, I was made for only YOU!....
you're 'it' Madam Tsigane Tyrdor
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“You’re it” is an erotic story that takes place in a protocol-heavy M/s household. M/s is a subcategory of BDSM, and it stands for Master/slave. It is a story with a timeline, characters, and some form of activity between the beginning and end. It’s written by someone who is in the M/s lifestyle. M/s has it’s own symbols and in jokes, just like any other tangent of a subculture, and one of the big M/s norm for written work is the traditional M/s way of capitalizing words referring back to a Master, Madam, or slave. Masters, including female Masters (who generally prefer to be called Madams or Mistresses) have an emotional need for authority. One way that need is shown in print, is in t ...

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