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An erotic poem telling the tale of Debra Kay, a woman cursed to remain a virgin unless she can find an impossibly well-endowed man. When such a man arrives in Chrystal Heights, Debra realizes he is the one to break her curse. Unfortunately, he's the victim of a curse as well...he can be with only one woman ever. Every girl in Chrystal Heights is angling to be that woman. Debra will have to go to unforeseen lengths if she is to be the one. Can ...
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Casey's Mighty Bat

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Overview

An erotic poem telling the tale of Debra Kay, a woman cursed to remain a virgin unless she can find an impossibly well-endowed man. When such a man arrives in Chrystal Heights, Debra realizes he is the one to break her curse. Unfortunately, he's the victim of a curse as well...he can be with only one woman ever. Every girl in Chrystal Heights is angling to be that woman. Debra will have to go to unforeseen lengths if she is to be the one. Can Debra be that woman?

This 3,000 word poem is for adults only and has elements of magic, bimbification, breast enlargement, orientation change, oral and multiple partners.


Excerpt:

Then her ears did hear tales told that mighty Casey was in town,
Who carried with him in his pants a package of great renown.
He had a wondrous penis, perhaps the largest in the world,
But he too was cursed from birth; he could only do one girl.

Casey came to Chrystal Heights with a plan both bold and daring;
Each girl would have to show him why his bat he should be baring.
Debra had to get to Casey - see him first as sure as hell,
Because if he got drunk and screwed some slut, she'd be s.o.l.

But Beth preceded Debra; she had the biggest boobs of all,
And Paige, said urban legend, could suck a golf ball through a straw.
The competition from these two made Debra's head ache plenty;
Because if she didn't plan well, then her flower would stay empty.

Five thousand plans considered because the ideas made her perk;
Five thousand plans discarded because they simply wouldn't work.
Then Debra conceived a worthwhile plot; one which was quite deft;
If she played her cards just right, she'd be the only one left.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016313542
  • Publisher: Chrystal Wynd
  • Publication date: 2/16/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 67 KB

Meet the Author

Chrystal Wynd is an author of erotic tales set in the fictional city of Chrystal Heights. A lot of strange things happen in Chrystal Heights and Chrystal is happy to record them for your reading pleasure.
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