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Manipulated

C J Edwards

Publisher: Erotic Dreams

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The 3-part story of a rich American trophy-wife mother and her spoilt college-girl daughter, who get caught in a web of debauchery.ShoplifterA shoplifting college cutey opened up a world of opportunities with her and her trophy-wife mother. After all, it wouldn't be the first time a pretty girl had submitted to my charms as an alternative to prison! But could I bag the mother and daughter combo together? Of course I could..!Breaking in the Billionaire’s WifeI was visiting her hotel suite to continue where we had left off before. Dionne maintained her facade of faithful wife - but her body told a different story. She was just as hot for me as I was for her - and she was going to be hot for my horny mates too! Annabelle the Party PonyYoung Annabelle was going to be my ticket to a very exclusive party - as part of the entertainment. Annabelle the eighteen-year-old student and shoplifter was to be Annabelle the Pony Girl. And she was surprisingly amenable!

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