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Kareem My Master - A Kinky BDSM Bisexual Threesome FFM Menage Bondage Short Story from Steam Books - cover

Kareem My Master - A Kinky BDSM Bisexual Threesome FFM Menage Bondage Short Story from Steam Books

Sandra Sinclair, Steam Books

Publisher: Steam Books

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Summary

Yvette never thought she would belong to any man, but now that she does, she’s surprisingly happy. Kareem was everything she had ever dreamed of and he gave her everything she wanted. But all happiness comes at a price, and Yvette realizes that she might just have to pay with her heart.WARNING: This 4,022-word (about 20 pages) short story is a steamy read that features explicit scenes including BDSM bondage bisexual FFM threesome menage action and may be too much for timid readers!

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