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Little Rich Virgin Pussy F--ked In An Elevator: Ready to F--k, is a story about a young woman who was the teen star of a religious TV show and who got canned after she turned 18 for being too old. Her costar gets oral sex from her but she's not thrilled with the entire scenario and goes home in a huff. On her way up to her parents' penthouse, she has sex with a man who tries to force her at first but then doesn't have to, because she's more than willing to lose her virginity. Her parents kick her out a few weeks after that and she hooks up with her costar, and so begins her spiral downwards from fame and notoriety, before the end of her 18th year.

Adults 18+ only: This audiobook contains M/F sexual scenes involving rough sex, impregnation leading to pregnancy, and other related themes.

©2013 See You Next Tuesday Press (P)2013 See You Next Tuesday Press

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  • Daniel Stranger
  • 01-08-18

Huge pile if shit.

Bad title, horrible story, very bad reading. The writer creates a completely ridiculous female protagonist who experiences the most unrelatable story of religion, virginity, sex, and rape. The reader struggles with words over one syllable and does nothing to improve the story.