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The Taming of a Bluestocking - A Sexy Historical Victorian BDSM Short Story from Steam Books - cover

The Taming of a Bluestocking - A Sexy Historical Victorian BDSM Short Story from Steam Books

Sandra E Sinclair, Steam Books

Publisher: Steam Books

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Summary

 Lady Frances is a bluestocking, a woman who has spent most of her life reading and mulling over all sorts of new ideas. She had thought that she could learn everything from books, but a lesson from her husband may just prove to be the most interesting of all…WARNING: This 4,322-word short story is a steamy read that features explicit scenes of sex, kink, bondage, dominance and submissive play, BDSM, spanking, and more in a historical Victorian-era setting, and may be too much for timid readers!BONUS! This ebook contains a preview of the hot story "Taming the Princess" by Crystal White.

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