Breaking the Girl by Kim Corum

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"See what all the fuss is about...

"I wasn't a slave. I was a willing participant."

"His name was Frank. Just Frank. His last name really doesn't matter. It was Smith or Jones or Gallagher or... Hell. Just pick one. They're really all the same. I didn't know that much about him."

"Maybe Frank classified me as a whore."

"I stopped talking, begging, pleading. Plotting. I wasn't going to win him over. It was his way or no way. And I knew that. So it was his way."

"I just wasn't that kind of tie me up, tie me down, beat me, switch me, hold me tight, love me forever' kind of girl. Frank was that kind of guy. Which made me that kind of girl."

"And when it was over, we fell away from each other gasping for air."

"...he brought the money-in fifties and hundreds-to me, delivering it in a bank bag. Delivering it to me with a big smile on his face, as if he were happy to deliver it, glad he could accommodate me. Who was the real slave here?"

Breaking the Girl-a story of white hot sex and submission. "

About Kim Corum

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Published April 30, 2004 by New Tradition Books. 164 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Romance. Fiction

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