Sins of The Flesh
By Grendel Butler
Published by Strict Publishing International
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Published: July 12, 2011
Words: 71,109 (approximate)
A naughty nuns novel to end all naughty nuns novels. Appointed as chaplain to a convent, Father John thought his dreams had come true. Hearing the confessions of the nuns’ sinful thoughts was sure to stimulate his over-active imagination. But Father John soon found himself in a world where young women suffered pain and bondage, and where even his darkest desires were stretched to the limits.
A “naughty nuns” novel to end all naughty nuns novels.
Appointed as chaplain to a convent, Father John thought his dreams had come true. There was no denying his desire for women, and hearing the confessions of the nuns, their sinful, lustful thoughts, was sure to stimulate his already over-active imagination.
But was it only his imagination that suggested these were not normal nuns and that there was more on offer than the mild titillation of hearing the nuns confess their carnal thoughts? It seemed there was far more going on at the convent than anyone could have imagined, and that the wealth and comfort they enjoyed was derived from an entirely different source, one that involved providing specialist services to the very rich. Soon, Father John was to find himself in a world where young women were suffering extremes of pain and bondage, a world where even his hidden desires were stretched to the limits, and a world from which it seemed impossible to escape.
This book contains content considered unsuitable for young readers
17 and under, and which may be offensive to some readers of all ages. For more information, see the
, domination and submission
, dark erotica
, dark secrets
, sexy nuns
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