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Veroneeka’s Time Grace Vilmont

Veroneeka’s Time

Grace Vilmont

Published May 24th 2013
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Michael had long kept his secret desire to bed a black woman to himself. When he was approached by just such as woman who was a lawyer, smarter, sexy, and with an announced appreciation of being spanked. He couldn’t resist her charms. When he setMoreMichael had long kept his secret desire to bed a black woman to himself. When he was approached by just such as woman who was a lawyer, smarter, sexy, and with an announced appreciation of being spanked. He couldn’t resist her charms. When he set about pushing her limits he set them both up for a collision of proclivities and desire.This is a 14,000 word novella intended for adult audiences.Content warning: This story features graphic sex, interracial sex, group sex, BDSM, and other depictions of adult sexuality. Explicit language and adult only content. Warning no happily ever after in this story.Excerpt:“Not really,” he said and stretched out her dark nipple to an almost painful distance. She winced at the treatment, but then relaxed when he allowed her small, conical breast to bounce back to its resting position. “I’m wondering what to do next to you.”“Do to me?” she asked archly.“When you’re in my bed, you like me being in charge. I’m wondering what your next trigger is. What do you need to get that little extra kick that causes more than just a mild sexual charge?” He moved her hand across her chest and pinched her other nipple, again, not hard, but just enough to let her know he could do to her as he pleased.“What makes you think I’m going to let you do anything to me?” she asked.“Because you desire it,” he said to her. “You have a lot of deep, dark, sexual secrets. If you lived forty years ago, you’d be so repressed you’d be in therapy and under treatment by a psychiatrist. Luckily you live in the twenty-first century. You have easier ways of expressing yourself. What major fear do you want to overcome next?”“I hate going to the doctor. I’m afraid of needles.”“I know how to get you to face that fear.”