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Toys and Teasing: The Complete Series Bundle - Toys and Teasing #5 - cover

Toys and Teasing: The Complete Series Bundle - Toys and Teasing #5

Ella Louise

Publisher: Ella Louise

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Summary

This bundle is packed with four hot stories from the Toys and Teasing series. 
1:  Erica just can't help herself. She's been awaiting the release of a new toy that promises to bring her love for being teased to new levels. 
Dominant Tom knows just what buttons to push to drive Erica crazy with the new remote controlled toy. But he springs a surprise on her: will she be able to control herself out in public, or will she be forced to endure his teasing while she struggles not to let go? 
This taboo short story features a submissive girl being taken to the extreme in public situations by her handsome dom and their new remote-controlled companion. 
2:  Unable to experience any sort of release for months, Tara has become desperate. Taking the advice of her good friend Erica, she experiments with a new toy in the hopes that she will have the time of her life. Will being in public, coupled with Erica's exciting texts, help Tara reach her ultimate goal, or will they leave her more teased and desperate than ever? 
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Charlotte thinks she knows what to expect when she and three of her friends sign up to be test subjects for exciting new features on the toy they have all come to love. But the test turns out to be more than she bargained for: a whole weekend of teasing, denial, edging, and begging for release. Can she handle it, or will she explode too soon and be sent home without her prize? 
4:  Shy, quiet Kelsey has a secret.  Even after being relentlessly teased and edged, she has still never been able to find release.  So, when she volunteers with three of her best friends to be a quality tester for a new adult toy that promises to rock her world, she finds herself holding on for the ride of her life.

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