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The Penitent II: The Facility - cover

The Penitent II: The Facility

Charles 2017-06-28

Publisher: Pink Flamingo Media

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Summary

Out of shame and guilt, Kathy Ryan, a young and wealthy American widow sexually submits to Ezra Stein, a disgusting, unattractive but brilliant man. Though she hates the tawdy acts Stein insists she perform, Kathy feels inexplicably compelled to obey him.

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