The Virgin Bride by Joan Russell
Three For Afternoon Tea - MfM Threesome

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The third in The Virgin Bride Trilogy by Joan Russell – 4552 words – finds Theodosia continuing her training from her Wedding Night and The Morning After. Learning more about how to please and be pleased by her wealthy, older husband. Contains: MfM Threesome, a knotted silk string, pinning, whipping, oral sex, anal sex, vaginal sex, double penetration and more. All the characters in these stories are 18 years of age. Adult +


“You are not to question,” he said. “The collar releases you of all inhibition and responsibility. You are in my complete control.”
I could feel my heart pounding. Fear was present, of course, but I also knew that the quickening of my breath, that rapid heart beat, presaged the highest levels of excitement. I could feel the twinge between my legs as my body began to prepare for what was to come.
No sooner had the three of us crossed the threshold, and James had closed the door, than Rolf swept me into his arms and pressed his lips to mine. For whole seconds I pressed my lips closed and then his demanding lips forced mine open and his tongue explored my mouth with an eagerness and enthusiasm I had not yet experienced when being kissed. James’ kisses were practiced and sophisticated. Rolf’s were like a young boy allowed a treat.
Behind me James sandwiched me between them, pressing his already hardened cock against my back, forcing my stomach against Rolf’s engorged manhood. He leaned down and caught the lobe of my ear in his, sucking hungrily before using his tongue to explore the rim and then driving deeper into the hollow canal.
I released a soft moan as James’ hands reached around to my breasts, rubbing, pulling, and loving them. It seemed as if his hands had already learned every pleasure spot I possessed.

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Published September 1, 2012 24 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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