❮PDF❯ ✯ James Oksana ⚣ Author Jenna L. Spring – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Oksana is a woman on the prowl Fed up with the New York dating scene she wants a man who can satisfy her both in bed and intellectually Too bad the man who fits the bill demands the one thing she can Oksana is a woman on the prowl Fed up with the New York dating scene she wants a man who can satisfy her both in bed and intellectually Too bad the man who fits the bill demands the one thing she can never give her submission She doesn’t mind playing bedroom games but allowing a man to give her discipline unnerves her no matter how much she deserves itDetective James Robinson has a list of ualities for the perfect woman Petite submissive demure smart and attractive While Oksana is sexy and intelligent the tall brash woman is the polar opposite of submissive Will he be able to stand by while she makes dangerous mistakes or will his overwhelming desire to put her over his knee for a good old fashioned spanking spell the end of their relationshipAlthough characters overlap each book in the New York Spankings series contains the stand alone story of one couple’s adventure with love and spankings both fun and disciplinary To date the books in the New York Spankings Series areHank Kate New York Spankings Book OneDavid Celia New York Spankings Book TwoJason Eva New York Spankings Book ThreeDan Anna New York Spankings Book FourJohn Athena New York Spankings Book FiveJames Oksana New York Spankings Book SixPedro Lily New York Spankings Book SevenMax Kira New York Spankings Book EightCaleb Tori New York Spankings Book NineThis book contains adult material including the consensual spanking of an adult woman If such material offends you please do not read this book.
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