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That’s one virgin I’d love to train.

A sweet, innocent young thing is joining the escort service.

And she’s all mine. For now.

She needs to be trained before she’s sold to the highest bidder.

I’m well-endowed with all the right skills.

I can give one hell of an education.

When I’m done with her, she’ll be able to drive men crazy.

I can take her in any way I want....

Except, I can’t take her innocence.

And that’s going to be a problem.

A big f--king problem.

One that won’t go away, just like my hard-on....

Ever since she walked into my life, she’s all I can think about.

I promised to teach her, then give her up.

But I want her all to myself.

©2017 Steamy eReads (P)2017 Steamy eReads

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  • Admiralu
  • Camarillo, California United States
  • 12-01-18

Not Romantic at All

This was a typical young girl experienced guy book. I found it somewhat demeaning, but that was part of the plot device. It had a storybook ending as well. The Grace was a typical young girl who was confusing sex with love since she was young and inexperienced. I don't call demeaning a woman a romance. Karen was a typical jerk. Neither was very interesting as a character.