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Memoirs of a Sex Toy - cover

Memoirs of a Sex Toy

Lizbeth 2017-06-28

Publisher: Pink Flamingo Media

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Summary

Coed Chelsea McLinden begins freshman year feeling lost, alone and vulnerable to the attentions of a ne'er-do-well grad student Denny, who lives on the third floor of her boarding house. Though she's quick to jump into bed with this handsome charmer, it is his roommate, the intense and brooding Maximus, who soon draws her attention. With an uncanny grasp of Chelsea's true nature as a sexual submissive, he begins a slow seduction that taps a wellspring of depraved fantasies that she's kept hidden - even from herself.

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