Training a Pony Girl [The Maddy Saga #2] [NOOK Book]

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The trailblazing saga of the making of a pony girl begins when a young woman is kidnapped. Find out what happens next in this enthralling series. "The trainers had one of the ponygirls out now. She was a broad shouldered blonde, used mostly as part of a nine pony team. She had little grace and no speed. But she was, if you'll forgive the expression, strong as a horse. She was naked but for her leather accouterments and her neoprene hood. All of the ponygirls wore, like the blonde pony did now, dark blue, neoprene...
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Training a Pony Girl [The Maddy Saga #2]

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Overview

The trailblazing saga of the making of a pony girl begins when a young woman is kidnapped. Find out what happens next in this enthralling series. "The trainers had one of the ponygirls out now. She was a broad shouldered blonde, used mostly as part of a nine pony team. She had little grace and no speed. But she was, if you'll forgive the expression, strong as a horse. She was naked but for her leather accouterments and her neoprene hood. All of the ponygirls wore, like the blonde pony did now, dark blue, neoprene hoods that covered the head down to the steel collars around their necks. The hood had an opening for the nostrils for air when the pony was gagged and so that the large gleaming gold ring that pierced the septum could be exposed. The opening for the mouth was large enough so that the pony's lips were bared. The blonde had a leather bridle around her head holding a thick leather bit in her mouth. When not wearing a bridle and bit, the ponies wore a mask that encapsulated their jaw and the bottom half of their faces. Inside their mouths would be a thick leather gag attached to the inside of the mask. There were tiny dime sized holes for the eyes that permitted limited sight." from the text.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000115442
  • Publisher: Renaissance E Books
  • Publication date: 6/11/2007
  • Series: The Maddy Saga , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 754,156
  • File size: 390 KB

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    Posted July 14, 2013

    Art 1 and 2

    Both arts are here.

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    Emerald Firefly

    *Sits down in Art.*

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