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Tribal Lust

Trevon Carter

Publisher: PEAR Stories

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Nicole can't help but feel her relationship with her husband is going downhill.  She has small suspicions but when she sees a sext message from his secretary, she freaks out.  Her friend and coworker Janet helps her get a little gadget that copies everything on a phone.  But first, the two have to go to Botwana, Africa, for a consulting engagement. 
Janet is ecstatic, Nicole not so much.  With her relationship troubles on her mind and now a trip to a third world country, she's not feeling happy at all.  Janet on the other hand, has been to Botswana and reassures Nicole that the trip will be a life changing experience.  When the two arrive in the hot, dry country, Nicole can't help but regret taking the engagement to go to Africa. 
After a week, Janet takes Nicole to a resort on the outskirts of nowhere.  The two head into a resort full of big black men, all dressed as native African tribesmen.  Their massive physiques are barely hidden by their tribal wear.  When the two are led into a room for a relaxing massage, Nicole learns that there's a LOT more stress relief options on the table. 
Janet shows Nicole an amazing, bliss filled experience with several big black tribesmen that she will never... EVER forget!

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