Stephanie's Pleasure


    'Faster,' cried Stephanie. She felt her body pulse with pleasure, sheer and unadulterated: the pleasure of being in control, of knowing all this was for her...

    In Stephanie's continuing femdom story by Susanna Hughes, Baron von Himmstrafer's Bavarian castle is a temple devoted to sensuality. There are four steamy settings to choose from: Roman orgy, Spanish dungeon, women's prison and French brothel. Those fortunate enough to be invited can decide whether they want to be master or slave. Others have no choice.

    Among the guests in this carnal paradise are Stephanie and Devlin, seeking respite after some arduous adventures at their own castle. But rest and relaxation, they soon find out, can be surprisingly demanding.

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    Number of Pages: 236
    Format(s): Ebook - ISBN: 9781780801636
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    Listed in: Erotic fiction
    Publisher: Chimera eBooks

    Books by Susanna Hughes

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