My Kinky Boss: Diary of a Submissive: A Descent into Passion (Collection Taboo Sex Erotica -Series: Employee-Boss a Family Secret Sex Story)
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Miembro desde 1996
Título: My Kinky Boss: Diary of a Submissive: A ...
Editorial: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Maria is horrified when she backs into the car of her CEO. It was an accident after all and there is no way she could afford the repairs to a Maserati! However, will the enigmatic and handsome CEO, Dorian Masters, see it that way or will he want her to pay? When Dorian calls Maria into his office, she knows something is amiss and expects her contract to be terminated. However, she is shocked when he offers her an alternative solution; one which will mean travelling to his vacation home where she will help him with light duties. Does Maria accept the offer? Well, she feels that there is no alternative. What could be wrong with working at Dorian’s vacation house, or are there other factors at play? When Maria finds the locked door, she is curious beyond measure. She has no idea what could be lurking behind. What starts out as an innocent stay becomes something more sexually thrilling and dangerously-hypnotic as Maria and Dorian are drawn together. An erotic and sexy tale, not only for those readers who love the BDSM scene, but for general fans of erotica who love their stories with a lot of spice!About the Author:
Marguerite de Lyon is a Paris-born author with a powerful true story of love, heartbreaking betrayal, and a desperate attempt to make a new life for herself.
Marguerite de Lyon who was born into a family of six other children, one sister, the rest of whom were boys. At the age of 16, her sister was sent by her extremely strict Catholic mother to be a missionary in Africa. After her sister's arrival however, it became known that she was being regularly molested and raped, yet nothing could be done for her and she was never heard from again. Causing major psychological and emotional scarring at a very young age. Marguerite found refuge in her first boyfriend Maurice, who she met at the age of 19.
Irresistibly charming, handsome and caring, Marguerite knew Maurice would be the perfect ticket away from her overbearing mother, and she finally vowed to leave her harsh family life behind. She made her escape and never saw her mother or siblings again. Maurice soon forced Marguerite into a life of prostitution, making her a favorite among French ministers and heads of state, including the prime minister himself. Eventually, she opened "The Abbey," a highly discreet brothel for French elites within the government, as well as ministers, doctors, lawyers and priests who all came to regularly call on Madame Marguerite. Eventually Marguerite turned The Abbey into one of the most elite, exclusive brothels in all of France. In spite of her success, there was always something in the back of her mind that made her wonder if this is what the rest of her life would look like. Marguerite was given an opportunity to flee: a client quietly slipped her a passport, visa and airline ticket for the United States. so now she would once again flee a life for the New World and another chance at starting over.
Today, Marguerite has two sons and lives in the beautiful city of Carlsbad, California.Go back
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