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Gentlemen Prefer Whores

Scarlett Delage

Publisher: Taboo Erotica

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Summary

Lisa is so bored with life, a life where the highlights are the sexual day dreams she has about other passengers on the bus. But that is all about to change. Working as a caterer at a party for social elites she sees something she shouldn't. She sees that in the bedroom out of sight of their wives, these fine tuxedo wearing gentlemen like the company of the nastiest whores in town.

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