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Regina Ransom's controversial forays into the world of rough and reluctant gangbang sex has produced yet another extreme hardcore erotica short. In "Song and Dance", Lisa wants to be a star more than anything. When a man she thought would support her suddenly throws a monkey wrench into the works, she thinks her career and her chance at fame might be over. That's just the beginning, and before the end, she'll endure a terrible night of rough and reluctant gangbang sex complete with humiliation, forced deepthroat, very rough sex, and a painful first anal sex experience in the form of a vicious double penetration. Just how much can a woman take in the hopes of making it on Broadway?

Warning: This audiobook contains very explicit descriptions of sexual activity during a very rough gangbang. It includes reluctant sex, very rough sex, spanking, humiliation, forced deepthroat, forced semen swallowing, forced anal sex, spanking, slapping, and double penetration. It is intended for mature listeners who will not be offended by graphic depictions of sex acts between consenting adults.

©2012 Mmmmore Productions (P)2012 Lyrical Lip Service, LLC.

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  • jonathan
  • PHOENIX, AZ, United States
  • 12-07-12

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This book sounded like it was recorded over the telephone using a Sports Illustrated football phone. The story might have been good but the lack of emotion in the delivery made it hard to tell.