Sexting the Spawn of Satan - Part Five
By Samuel Nye
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Published: June 26, 2012
Words: 2,288 (approximate)
Emily is beginning to tire of life in Hell, despite the constant sex-capades, orgies, and the constant hospitality she is being shown. She wants to go back home, if only for a bit, and Damien Frost has finally arranged a meeting with his mysterious Father.
Emily has been in Hell for a little over a week, and in that time had multiple orgies, plenty of sex with Damien Frost, and is quickly gaining a new friend in her personal female slave. But she is becoming impatient with Damien's elusive Father, who she knows nothing about and who is keeping her waiting for days on end.
But her time to talk to Father is quickly approaching... Will she be relieved to finally meet him, or will she want to put the whole thing behind her and never meet Father again?
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, demon erotica
, demon sex
, spawn of satan
, son of the devil
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