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Screwing For Revenge

Vanessa E Silver

Publisher: LB Books

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This is an erotic short story - Word Count 4,424 
Danielle has had enough of her best friend Cynthia standing as an obstacle to all her ambitions, and not to mention receiving continuous cruel treatment at her hands. It’s time her frenemy learnt a lesson and Danielle knows just how to accomplish her aim. 
Her chosen weapon of revenge will be Joel, Cynthia’s super sexy fiancé who she is determined to break down till he gives her all that she lustfully demands from him!

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