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The Butler Teaches a Lesson - A Sexy Historical Victorian-Era Gay M M Bondage Erotic Story from Steam Books - cover

The Butler Teaches a Lesson - A Sexy Historical Victorian-Era Gay M M Bondage Erotic Story from Steam Books

Steam Books, Melody Lewis

Publisher: Steam Books

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Since the death of his wife, Julian, the 12th Earl of Thornwood, has been spending most of his days drinking and gambling at his club, a behavior that Hector, a butler whose family has served Thornwood Hall for generations, disapproves of. Not content to stand and watch the family fall into ruin, Hector finally decides to teach his master a lesson, but ends up learning something totally unexpected and even more important, a secret that might just end up ruining them both…WARNING: This 4,698-word story is a steamy read that features hot gay M/M sex in a historical Victorian-era setting and explicit scenes that include oral sex, anal sex, bondage, and may be too hot for some readers to handle!

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