Girls Tattooedby Joanna Lyndstrom
At work, Daniela was this classy, sharp and outgoing woman, whom everyone feared, except for her secretary Lynn. But at home she was a regular lonely woman with a puppy for company. She was pretty, especially without her glasses on. She had this soft silky skin
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This novel is roughly 10000 words long and is not intended for readers under the age of eighteen.
At work, Daniela was this classy, sharp and outgoing woman, whom everyone feared, except for her secretary Lynn. But at home she was a regular lonely woman with a puppy for company. She was pretty, especially without her glasses on. She had this soft silky skin that had a regular skin tone. She also had sensual lips that drove many men crazy.
She also had an anorexic waist with a colossal ass, as some naughty men in the office would say behind her back. Her black longish hair was always tied at the back of her hair and as such she looked very professional. When at home she always untied her hair letting it hung loose. She had these huge sexy eyes with sexy brown pupils that looked like two brown beans floating in a bowl of milk. Her outfits always complimented her terracotta complexion which many people found to be appealing.
That Friday was boring as usual, so after tying up some loose ends on her work, she was able to fix herself a sandwich and then feed Roxy, her Chihuahua then went to watch television. She lived in a condo a New York and it was spic and span. Her lobby alone could accommodate a party of thirty people and would still have some more space for more. She was rich, but most of the time she felt unlucky since she had no one to share the huge house with. This was unfortunate, she thought, but she had no other option but to live like that. After her husband's unfortunate demise, she vowed never to fall in love again, ever...
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