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Wrecked by the Queen & Her Guards

Rose Rough

Publisher: Rose Rough

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Summary

When Cecilia steals a loaf of bread, she is thrown into the dungeon and made to satisfy the prison guards. But she soon decides that she likes it, and needs more. She is brought before the Queen herself, who makes Cecilia into her personal s**t and then lets the guards have free use of Cecilia too! It's a royal love fest! God save the Queen! 
Available since: 09/19/2022.

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