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The Invitation von Collins, D. W. (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 12.10.2012
  • Verlag: Pink Flamingo Publishers
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The Invitation

Jennifer O'Connor is so tall that she intimidates most men. She is a successful young business woman who has everything she wants except for a satisfying sex life. Her lover Trey Michaels is handsome, well endowed and very skillful at vanilla sex. Unfortunately, Jennifer is obsessed with images of a strong man dominating her. She wants to be spanked and claimed, but Trey is not interested. The story opens with Jennifer's security director, Dave Compton showing her a video of office manager Juan DeAza roughly molesting receptionist, Cindy Baker. Jennifer is aghast at the scene, but she is also completely aroused at seeing the handsome Hispanic harshly use the pretty blonde. Jenifer has Juan fired, but she masturbates later on as she fantasizes about what she has seen. Later that day Jennifer receives an invitation that contains an arousing sketch of a woman who looks like her about to be spanked bare bottomed on a small cot. She asks Dave to investigate, but she is obsessed with the image. She begs Trey to spank her and even bargains to give him head in exchange. When she literally chokes, the couple argue and Trey leaves Jennifer unspanked for the night. She decides to accept the invitation to be spanked by the stranger. She follows instructions and goes to the Red Leather Club (a BDSM establishment) where she is hypnotically programmed to not recognize the identity of the man spanking her. The mystery man roughly crops her and sends her home well spanked but nothing else. His demands increase as she frantically seeks to discover his identity and her fulfillment.


    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: none
    Seitenzahl: 74
    Erscheinungsdatum: 12.10.2012
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9781937831660
    Verlag: Pink Flamingo Publishers
    Größe: 117 kBytes
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