eBook Spanked Into Submission, Lee Allen
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SPANKED INTO SUBMISSION 

por el autor   Lee Allen


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ISBN: 9781935897392
Tema: Literatura - Narrativa erótica
Editorial: PINK FLAMINGO
Fecha publicación: 2013
Idioma: Inglés
Formato electrónico:  EPUB  (0KB)

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In the title story, Spanked Into Submission, Bruce has one too many one-night stands and ends up being swatted into submission on a public beach, stripped of his possessions, and taken to an off-campus house where he becomes a sex slave to ten sexy coeds. They’ll have three years to whip this bad boy into submission. Then in Ad Man, Tom has a bad habit of beating up other guys in front of their dates, that is, until he’s set-up with a female wrestler who totally dominates him in public. Later, when he sexually harasses his female co-workers, his new female boss will be the one to take charge. In A Young Man’s Six Week Journey into Slavery, Rob Benson is caught stealing a chalice from a church as part of his initiation into the Rangers Motorcycle Club. He agrees to stand in a ‘sinner’s box’ in front of the congregation in lieu of dealing with the police, but ends up with a lot more than he ever bargained for from the Reverend and his sadistic daughters. And in Human Fountain, Mark’s womanizing catches up with him when his angry ex-girlfriends decide to teach him a few lessons in humility, respect for women, and frustration tolerance for deferred sexual gratification. He’ll end up bound, shaved, and turned him into a human fountain. Finally, in The Young Doorman, nineteen-year-old Tony is apprehended while stealing from a department store. The thirty-something store buyer, Ms. Cramer, likes his sexy look and talks the manager into letting him spend a weekend of Femdom domination with her in order to avoid prosecution.


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