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Femdom Mistress

Catherine de Bourg

Publisher: Beak Street Books

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Summary

The evening before his wedding, Gus gets drunk with Adam, his best man. On a dare, they visit a dungeon for submissive males run by a mother and daughter. The mother sees Adam as a prospective son in law. The two dominant women invite themselves to Gus's wedding where they meet the bride's father; one of their clients. The women then initiate the bride's mother into BDSM. And Adam gets kidnapped by a sadistic bridesmaid. 
Features a cameo appearance by the Kinky Headmistress from The Spanking Mistress Trilogy.  
Enjoy bondage, sadism, masochism, submission, nooseplay and romance.

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