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Prince for Pleasure

Tracey Edwards

Publisher: Trace Edwards

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Summary

This story contains explicitly Hot M/M sexual content which may not be suitable for all readers.

 
Prince Andrew Wentworth may have pushed his luck too far when he suddenly found himself at the will of the evil Lord Harrington. 

 
“Managed to use sex into blackmail against me and a few of my friends. Commendable for a mere toy.” He gave a vicious shake of his head flicking away a few of his golden locks away from his firmly chiseled face. “I knew you were a strong one.”

 
“Lord Harrington stepped away from the corner, smiling angelically at him. He walked towards the bed in slow, easy strides and sat down beside Andrew. The loathsome man’s well-manicured hand on his bare young chest, which alerted our Prince to the fact that he was completely naked. The hand gently caressed his left breast and then left it to drift upwards to him throat.”

 
Will Prince Andrew leave unscathed? 

 
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