Peaches And Cream by Aishling Morgan

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Peaches and Cream follows the story of Charlotte Bomefield through the 1920's, from her days as a schoolgirl and the lover and plaything of the strong-willed Cicely St John. From the decadent joys of London's invert society, to the rustic pleasures of Somerset, her beauty and compliant nature are taken advantage of again and again, by lovers both male and female, conventional and peculiar as her own guardian, Colonel St John, who expects fellatio with his bedtime story each evening and takes girls' milk as his preferred tipple.

Part of the Cream series. Other titles include Devon Cream and Cream Tease.


About Aishling Morgan

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Aishling Morgan is the pen name of a North London-based author and wine importer. In a 20-year career he's written for Punch magazine and Virgin's Crime and Passion team. He's had 79 titles published by Nexus and has sold more than half-a-million copies worldwide.
Published March 20, 2010 by Virgin Digital. 256 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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