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Explicit erotica at its hottest is just a click away. With rough sex, group sex, and more, the scenarios are steamy as hell and the sexy heroines have boundary-pushing adventures. Download this collection now and enjoy the sexy fun!

Warning: This audiobook contains very explicit descriptions of sexual activity and includes rough sex, group sex, first anal sex, reluctant sex, and more. Only mature adults who won't find that offensive should listen to this collection.

1. "Given to the Group" by Regina Ransom

Regina Ransom brings an ill-fated heroine to life in this erotic story about a surprise gangbang that finds Georgie reluctantly pleasing five men at once. From the first unexpected thrust into her mouth to the endless supply of semen she's made to swallow, she ends up making sure all are satisfied. When, in a daze, she thinks about the orgasms that course through her in the process, the rough and reluctant gangbang she unknowingly encouraged might not be so bad after all.

2. "The Stranger in the Alley: A Very Rough Public Sex Erotica Story" by Sarah Blitz

Samuel's complete domination over Elizabeth is becoming more and more apparent, and she finds herself in a pub picking up a stranger for sex just so she can relate the experience to Samuel later. Lloyd has darkness within him, though, and this won't be sweet and gentle. Instead, the stranger makes Elizabeth a surrogate for all that's gone wrong in his relationships, and that means very, very rough sex in every one of Elizabeth's holes!

3. "I'm a MILF? An Erotic Tale of Gangbang Confusion" by Erika Cole

©2014 Red Hot Explicit Erotica Press (P)2015 Lyrical Lip Service, LLC.

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