Allison Rides the Spanking Horse by Harry Lime
(Harry Lime Erotic Short Stories)

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Allison Rides the Spanking Horse

Mr Axelrod told her it was, "A very special riding horse for naughty girls." She noticed the straps on the legs and realized they were to restrain the rider into position. It would be almost impossible to move after being strapped onto it...

Allison is a typical working girl. She is a working girl of the 9 to 5 variety and not one to be hired for hourly duties in hotel rooms. Allison wants to be a good secretary and she is willing to do anything to make her boss happy with her work. Soon, she is deemed worthy of assuming the "Spanking Horse" duties and she becomes the play toy of the senior partners. Her promotion is assured by her attention to duty and she is eager to learn new tricks. She is certain to go far in the business world.

A Weed in the Garden

His real name is unknown, but he is a very complex character. His mission is to destroy the Capitalistic societies of the decadent West. Unfortunately, he is subject to the realization that as Oscar Wilde states, "I can resist anything except temptation". He has an addiction to the lure of western females and the many softly constraining bonds of life in London rendering him useless to his mentors in a far-away land. He is so immersed in a make-believe world of a fake personality that he has become two people, never knowing which of him will finally win out.

East Side Story

Young Lois Lynch is uprooted from her private Catholic school surroundings and dumped into the public school system of a highly racially-charged New York City of several decades ago. She adapts well, and finds that she is easily accepted into both the Latino and the Black communities despite her red hair and her blue eyes. Her only problem is she is really not certain where she belongs.

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Published May 20, 2013 by Chimera eBooks. 49 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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