Royal Adultery: A Princess Deflowered
By Elvira Meriwether
Copyright 2012 Elvira Meriwether
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Be warned there are graphic descriptions of f/f sex and f/m sex of the naughtiest variety.
Genaletta Corinthia the 4th looked down from the mossy parapet, her golden locks streaming in the autumn breeze, her white dress would be blinding to anyone that could see her. But it was just her, the sunset and the ocean. She sighed. Tomorrow at this time she would be married. Any girl should have been giddy at the prospects of losing her maidenhood. But she was conflicted. For you see, our Genaletta Corinthia the 4th was the Princess of Corinth, the first and only daughter of Kaiser Lester the great.
She was set to be married to Ludwig von Hammershmidt, the crown prince of Ruritania. It meant she would be queen one day. And, more importantly, the Talgreb raiders in her father's country were growing more and more fearsome and her father needed fighters from the mighty Ruritanian armer to bolster his meager troops, weakened by famine, caused by a hot dry summer.
The only way to secure these forces was for her to give her hand in marriage to the young prince. She had never seen him in person, and had only received one letter from him, when he sought her betrothal. She had seen one painting of him and was distinctly unimpressed.