Black Owned Couple - Generations 1: A White Wife's Revelation

Adult Erotica
Teri may be out of the picture for at least half of her nine months -- A new plaything must be found for Master Martel! Teri suggests Lola, their bond is stronger than blood. Lola used to be a firecracker, once upon a time, so she'd be the easiest to turn. With the help of Teri and Dewey, Martel and his handsome black friend will reignite Lola's dulled flame, and bring her to her knees! More

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About Anita Blackmann

Anita Blackmann married young, fresh out of high school. It was obvious that neither of them was ready for marriage, and it ended within a couple of years.

With stars in her eyes, she went to Hollywood next and acted for a while, mostly in small parts in independent films. She met and married a producer who introduced her into a world of wild parties and underground sex clubs. She came to fear for her health and sanity, and eventually walked away from him and his money.

She leads a very different life now, and has decided to write of the world she she once knew as a way of empowerment.

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About the Series: Black Owned Couple - Generations
When Teri gets pregnant, she needs to find a replacement for Master's more prurient needs! Enter Lola, who's bond with Teri is stronger than blood. With the help of her husband, Dewey, she'll submit to Master Martel and anyone he so chooses!

It's more than a new chapter, it's a whole new saga!
About the Series: Black Owned Couple
A lonely white husband, his wife out of town, stops at an adult store video arcade, and ends up fooling around with an anonymous black man. By turns, this leads to him being enslaved. His black Master's next target? The white boy's wife. Soon, this will grow beyond anyone's wildest dreams, and change many, many lives forever.

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