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That was the key. Why was she fooling herself ? Shaking, she sat down on the edge of the bed, her ill temper suddenly replaced with shame and guilt. Adam’s respect was the last thing she deserved. He owed her nothing, less than nothing. On the contrary, she owed him more than she could ever repay. Mrs. Bertram had warned her that winning Adam’s heart would not be easy. There was no cause to despair just because her first few attempts had led to nothing more than a good, hard, but ultimately soulless, fuck.
Bertram. With any luck, she would be at least passably goodlooking. ” It was not a maid, however, but Gwendolyn who walked through the door, a bundle of fresh white towels in her arms. She shot him a saucy look from out of the corner of her eye and dipped into a demure curtsy. ” She was even dressed for the part in a maid’s simple dress, though cut far too short, with a white apron and mobcap. Even 50 Obsessed though she’d just sucked him off a few hours before, he felt a renewed stir of interest.
Easier to forget her sins, maybe, but not half so fun. He had surprised himself by finding it so exciting to make love to her as a slave girl, and even to be tied up to a wall in a cave and ravished by a pirate queen. A soft knock on the door interrupted his thoughts. Ah, the maid with the clean towels he had been promised by Mrs. Bertram. With any luck, she would be at least passably goodlooking. ” It was not a maid, however, but Gwendolyn who walked through the door, a bundle of fresh white towels in her arms.
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