Sex, Drugs And The Mob 2 - Gay M/m Bondage Male Submission Male Dominance Drugs Money XXX Erotica [NOOK Book]

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Entering into a world of crime, (gay)sex and violence, the character finds himself entangled with one of the city's most infamous mob. Will he be able to pass off as one of their associates or will he end up in the gutter? Find out.
Excerpt;"The master wants you to have breakfast, everything is set downstairs," she said in a choppy accent. It was then did I realize that perhaps she was Japanese or somewhat ...
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Sex, Drugs And The Mob 2 - Gay M/m Bondage Male Submission Male Dominance Drugs Money XXX Erotica

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Overview

Entering into a world of crime, (gay)sex and violence, the character finds himself entangled with one of the city's most infamous mob. Will he be able to pass off as one of their associates or will he end up in the gutter? Find out.
Excerpt;"The master wants you to have breakfast, everything is set downstairs," she said in a choppy accent. It was then did I realize that perhaps she was Japanese or somewhat Asian. She didn't wait for my reply. She just retreated and closed the door behind her.

I didn't want to get out of the room. I just wanted to lie on the bed and curl up into a ball. And perhaps, this was all a dream and somehow I would wake up...wake up.... So I just sat there for a while but the lady came barging in again, carrying with her a set of clothes.

"C'mon, chop-chop, you don't want the master get angry now. Here," she said "this is for you," she bent over and laid the clothes at the foot of the bed. Then she paced the room towards the door and once again made her exit.

I put on the clothes she left me. They were obviously very expensive for they were made out of silk. They made me look elegant but not flattering for they were a bit conservative, long-sleeved and closed-necks. But despite that, they were rather comfortable.

I went out of the room. Quiet frankly I was lost for I did not recognize the hall at all. It was strange for I did not even remember seeing this part of the mansion before when I came here a few months ago.

I came upon a very large hall with a very high ceiling. At least, this was a part I was quiet familiar with. I was on the second hall landing and was looking over the banister over the first floor. It was then did I recognize Mr. Steven's mansion. There was a twin set of stairs that led down unto the main floor which was made up of marble. I descended the stairs and by the time I reached the bottom, the lady once again emerged from one of the doors behind the staircase.

"There you are. Follow me please," she said and walked past me. I had no choice but to follow her. The marbled floor felt very cold upon my feet. It was a good thing there were plush rugs and carpets placed strategically all over the floor.

She led me into the kitchen, a very large one at that. There was a cook hovering over the stove, preparing apparently what looked like breakfast, and the lady nodded to him. Immediately the cook busied himself preparing a tray.

She led me again to another room, a dining hall where in there were people eating quietly on the counters. They looked up as soon as I came in and I felt rather conscious about the way they stared.

"Find yourself a place where you can sit down and eat. I'll be right with you in a minute," she said and left me all alone again. I looked around for a nice comfortable spot and found one at the left side of the room, near a window. I made my way over there and I couldn't help noticing the eyes that followed me around as I moved.

The tray followed immediately as I sat down. The food was completely ordinary, I barely touched it. It was hard to think that a place like this could serve up boring meals.

After having consumed some of it, I began looking around at the hall. I could only see a few backs and bowed heads bobbing up and down as they stuffed their faces with the food laid before them. Then I realized that everyone in the room were all boys, about my age, perhaps even younger.

The door that led to the kitchen suddenly burst open. Heads jerked up from the sudden intrusion and the lady emerged together with two men in her left and right flanks. She came over me.

"The master will see you now. But first we must get you properly cleaned up," she said in her semi-mechanical voice. The way she said it made me feel like I was totally filthy.

"These men will escort you to a bathroom on the second floor. Make sure you clean yourself entirely...and I mean entirely," she said. Her eyes were gleaming as if she was implying something nasty in her words. And immediately I was taken away from the table, the hall and out of the kitchen. The boys were whispering now. There voices marked with dread and sympathy.

I was taken up to the second floor again and into one of the more elegant rooms in the mansion. One of the guys opened a closet in the room and took out a set of towels and some toiletries.

"Mr. Stevens wants you smelling clean and fresh. Make sure you scrub in between your legs and don't forget to clean your ass as well. You can use the shower in there. And be quick about it, you don't want to keep him waiting," he said.

So I took my shower and was heavily guarded at all times. I heard the television turn on as I stepped off the shower and found out that the other guy was in the main room while the other was in the bathroom with me, watching my every move.

I had no choice but to step off the sh
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015543407
  • Publisher: Ally Love
  • Publication date: 10/2/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 398,029
  • File size: 59 KB

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