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Gangbanged for the Cause

by Deirdre Bonneval


Copyright 2012 Deirdre Bonneval


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The characters and events depicted in this book are entirely fictional. Any similarities to real persons, places or events are coincidental. The book contains sexually explicit content and is intended for adult readers only. All characters are over the age of eighteen.


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The sea was calm. A peaceful tranquility - the kind you can only find in the middle of the ocean - surrounded Chloe, but her heart was nevertheless racing. She was hunkered down underneath the metal stairs that led to the upper deck of the whaling ship, streams of sea water continuously sliding down from her blonde hair and face to her smooth, tight wetsuit, and dripping off onto the floor. She cursed the Antarctic weather under her breath; it was two AM in the morning, but you could hardly tell - the sun was shining as bright as ever.

The elements would provide no assistance then, she thought, as she tried to determine her next move. A brief tinge of doubt came over her; what the fuck was she doing? How on Earth did Jason convince her to go through with this? Sneaking onto the whalers' boat without cover of night? She tried to shake off the thought. Desperate times called for desperate measures, after all. They had done all they could to harass the Japanese whalers and prevent their murderous spree. They'd trailed them for weeks, cutting off their route numerous times, firing stink bombs at their vessel, trying to entangle the propellers and generally doing their best to make their lives as miserable as possible. Many whales were saved, but still many were killed. The whaling boat had to be stopped once and for all.

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