Hump Day — August 14, 2019

Happy Hump Day!

In 1857 a Frenchman living in Glasgow, Scotland has been murdered. When consulting detective Lady Theodora Strangways arrives, she quickly get distracted…

An excerpt from Arsenic and the Socialite:

Withdrawing his lips from hers, he rolled her onto her back. She opened her thighs, and he crawled on top of her. Supporting himself with his arms, he hovered over her. His member touched her lady bits.

“Darling…” she whined when he did not enter her. She flexed her hips to rub her hot slit along his tip.

“Are you ready?” he asked.

“Oh, I’ve been ready all day,” she whispered.

Shifting his weight to his left arm, he used his right hand to open her folds and guide his hard cock inside her channel. Theodora moaned as he stretched her.

“This is my pussy,” he declared. “Do you want my cock in my pussy?”

“Yes, yes,” she whimpered. She lifted her knees and thrust her hips higher.

He met her thrust with his own. Slowly, he pumped his tool deeper. With some experimentation, he found a rhythm that did not cause the bedsprings to squeak. She wanted him to pump harder and faster, but she knew he wanted to keep their union a secret.

Pressing her face into his shoulder, she came. Her body quaked with pleasure, and her cunny reflexively gripped his member. Moments later, he strained to push every inch of his cock deep into her pussy. She felt the pulsations and the wet heat of his orgasm. He groaned in unison with the spasms.

*****

From the Affairs of Lady Strangways: Arsenic and the Socialite

Too Many Suspects!

In 1857 a Frenchman living in Glasgow, Scotland has been murdered. When consulting detective Lady Theodora Strangways arrives, she quickly discovers his wife, his fiancé, and his lover. However, which one poisoned him, or did they all three conspire together?

Rich with the history of the Victorian Age, Lady Strangways and her lover, Scotland Yard Inspector John Digby, search for the answers.

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