By S.L. Carpenter
Take one hugely sexed blonde virgin, convey her the thrill of ardour and stand again whereas her hormones overload.Fate has plans for the keen Betty, and while her father stumbles right into a darkish and secluded mansion, unusual occasions spread. whereas saving him from the implications of his activities, Betty unearths her freedom, her sexuality, and what each girl secretly desires—a beast in her mattress. This lusty blonde must tame the wild creature and loose the wishes buried underneath his fur. it will take greater than flea powder and industrial-strength hair remover to get him the place she wishes him. it will take her middle. you might imagine you recognize the tale, yet you are wrong.Fairy stories have been by no means this scorching!
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