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Exploiting Mrs. T: An Erotic Short Story

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The erotic awakening off the gorgeous Mrs. T continues. She have given us a list of things she would love to explore and experience, doors she wants to open and walk through. We gladly do our part and bring her to the level of orgasmic bliss in one event after the other that crosses the boundaries she had never thought of before. The question is, is she having more fun than us? One thing is for sure, she has never been fuller in her life. The second book in the new trilogy about Mrs. T and her willingness to explore sexual limitations with me. Seeing Mrs. T is already our, Punishing Mrs. T will soon follow. The Red Trilogy is already out, the one that started it all. A little more naughty than usual, much more sex that is a tad more graphic and explicit than the previous stories but without being nasty and dirty.

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File Size: 776.63 KB (.epub)

ISBN-13: 9781005061661

Publisher: WritingsForTheMuse

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Language: English

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A group of weird people who get together and write everything between extremely naughty taboo to the sweetest erotica. It can be prose, explicit, graphic or just pure hints. It all depends on who's penned the story. Follow us and get to know us. We have a tendency to be overly social and drunk :-) Hope you don't mind!

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