Taught A Lesson

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Dean Jackson always had the hots for pretty associate professor Kathy. When he catches her having sex with her student, he grabs the opportunity to get her just where he wants her. He blackmails her into doing whatever sexual scenarios come into his depraved mind.

This male dominant/female submissive short story, will appeal to lovers of BDSM erotica. More

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Words: 3,770
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452380285
About Elaine Shuel

Elaine Shuel has had a varied career. University educated, she has held several professional positions. Elaine has enjoyed using creativity to accomplish her goals. Writing erotic stories has been especially gratifying and challenging. She is the proud recipient of a 2010 Author Award at A1adultebooks. Elaine will continue surprising her readers with unexpected twists whenever possible.

Her work as a phone sex operator and erotic stories author, gives her the opportunity to stimulate both her readers and callers. Giving pleasure is her top priority and one she relishes doing.

Elaine feels that she has many facets to her personality that she likes to explore. While erotica gives her a chance to express her sexual side, she does enjoy writing about other topics that she has interest in. She has already written a fictional story for young adults called Mindy's Favorite Room. Ask Elaine is yet another book that is a departure from erotica. It is one she hopes will make a difference in someone's life, when making certain decisions. What means the most personally to Elaine is her book Skippy, a fictional children's story written with the love she feels for her dog who died in 1988. He is forever in her heart.

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Review by: ls on June 06, 2011 :
Great Read. Short but very descriptive, sure to please!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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