The Dominant Wife: He Submits to Her

MI Eros

A heterosexual man is seduced into bottoming for his wife. Not only does this experience awaken in him a craving that forces him to redefine his sexuality, but it is also the prime motivation behind him accepting her as his Dom. This newlywed couple, Carl and Bridgette, reshape the structure of household roles as love, pleasure, and sexual exploration win out over embarrassment and shame. The Dominant Wife reigns supreme as Carl accepts his surrender like a good submissive. See you inside of this female dom male sub, futa dom shemale, sexy futa on male erotica. Enjoy!
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MI Eros
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Published on
Feb 5, 2018
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Pages
24
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ISBN
9788827564882
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Erotica / General
Fiction / LGBT / General
Fiction / Romance / Erotica
Fiction / Romance / LGBT / General
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This content is DRM free.
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 Now Rick and Scarlett’s parents know they’re engaged, they’ll try anything to get Rick’s grades up.  They make a generous donation to ‘Honor House’, and they make the ultimatum.  Rick and Scarlett get cut off unless they join that co-ed SororiFrat packed with honor students.  What creepy secret makes them crazy about studying when everyone else is partying?  Will scholastic success come at a terrible price?  Will Rick lose Scarlett into the embrace of a club that milks good grades out of people like orgasms?

“This is a toxic relationship!  You’re amazing, seductively interesting, and you’re hurting me!”  Rick’s physics textbook doesn’t scream back at him, of course.  “I can’t take any more headache meds for an hour.”  He sets the book down carefully and runs down the hall, to go outside.  He needs to focus on faraway mountains so the blazing pain in his eyes will fade a little.  He’s stopped by a sound.  Not just any sound, he peeks in the door and sees her moaning on the bed.

Cindy Calgrove is in a very revealing position, and very busy.  Rick politely looks away.  Her scream is primal.  “Almost honor night and I’m behind again!  Oh God, just gimme one more A plus, I need it NOW!”  Everyone in the house knows her brain is exploding in bliss.

Blushing, Rick looks into the astonished face of his dear Scarlett.  Pulling him down the hall, she whispers.  “I wish you had that kind of scholastic passion.”

Through his headache, Rick teases her.  “Be careful what you wish for.  We eat and drink what they do.  God only knows what’s in it.”

Eyebrows wiggling, Guillermo reminds them.  “Your first honor night’s tomorrow.  Don’t wanna miss that!”

Holy crap.  Could this place get any weirder?

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