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Marie's Descent - cover

Marie's Descent

SJ Lewis

Publisher: Pink Flamingo Media

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Summary

Marie and Cheryl are two attractive young single women interested in hot guys and fun sex. But when Cheryl starts talking about kinky sexual escapades with rich men in a secret basement Marie's concerned. Sneaking into the underground lair one night, Marie watches from a hidden closet as Cheryl is bound and forced to service three men who think nothing of smacking her ass in the process. As if this horrifying scene were not enough, when it's over, Marie is suddenly pulled from hiding and confronted for her deception. She's given a chance to go, or stay and behave herself. Worried about Cheryl's safety, she elects to stay while Cheryl cleans up. Even though part of her is appalled by what she's witnessed, Marie's sexual desires have been awakened by the rough sex. After a little coercion by Cheryl and her male companions, the titillated Marie agrees to a scene of her own.

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