SINtendo Pocket Pussy VR Part Three

Adult Taboo Erotica
When Tom began playing SINtendo Pocket Pussy VR, he was already an over-sexed kind of guy. With a girl like Stella, any red blooded college male would be, but after mistaken identity, turning his girlfriend on and leaving her to her internship coworkers, Tom has let the corrupting depravity of SINtendo take over. There's no telling how extreme a SINtendo game can get, but Tom's game isn't over. More
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Kris P. Kreme is an author of online erotica, having written hundreds of stories in every theme imaginable for the past twenty years. His work, like his name, is fresh and hot daily, leaving readers often glazed to their seats with what twist and turn the tale will take next. Comedic stories or tales of horror, you will find something of all genres to appeal to every possible mood or kink.

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About the Series: SINtendo Pocket Pussy VR
Tom handled his dad leaving forever better than his girlfriend Stella leaving for just a summer internship. Usually a physical couple the distance is hurting his ability to focus. Gaming hasn't helped but it might when a gamer sends him a link to a trial game called SINtendo Pocket Pussy VR.

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The video game that can do... anything. And does.

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