Original Sin

By Cara Layton

Copyright 2012 Cara Layton

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The other nuns at Saint Katherine’s Abbey always kept Maria locked away because of her youthful good looks. Her skin was milky and smooth, her hips full, her breasts perky and her stomach tight. Her face glowed with a youthful radiance that all of the old hags in the compound were afraid of. They knew that there was something about her that they had to protect; something that they had to keep away from the dirty world outside. Unfortunately, there wasn’t much that they could do to keep Maria from the hunger that dwelled inside of her own thoughts.

From the moment that Maria woke to the moment that she laid down for the night, she fantasized about being fucked. She knew about sex from her life before the monastery, but it had been over 5 years since she felt the warmth of a dick inside of her and she was desperate for that feeling again.

She had always loved sex. In her prior life, she was a woman of the night, doing whatever she needed to in order to get by. But the truth was it was almost never about the money for her. She enjoyed what she did. She had her own spot years ago; a seedy little room in a no-tell motel downtown. Men from all over the country would come by to see her in her stilettos and lacy lingerie. Most of the time she would put on a little show first. There might be some dancing, maybe some playing with herself, maybe even some foreplay for the less excited ones. Hell, sometimes she had the most beautiful women come to her in secret to get what their husbands could not give them. She had clients from all walks of life, and she turned nobody away.

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