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Twenty Nine Days
     

Twenty Nine Days

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by JJ Argus
 

Boring. That was me. Boring girl and a boring life. But college was going to be different. And boring boys were not going to be a part of it. So I let a handsome professor think he'd seduced me so I could learn how older men did it. I didn't know how kinky he was, though. I was wary when he tied me up, anxious when he blindfolded me. He was a pervert! But he taught

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Boring. That was me. Boring girl and a boring life. But college was going to be different. And boring boys were not going to be a part of it. So I let a handsome professor think he'd seduced me so I could learn how older men did it. I didn't know how kinky he was, though. I was wary when he tied me up, anxious when he blindfolded me. He was a pervert! But he taught me so much about my body, about pleasure and sex, and ... submission. I would never have guessed how darkly thrilling it could be to kneel naked and bound and blindfolded before a man, or the shock of helplessness and wonder when I realized more than two hands were on my body...

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044404090
Publisher:
JJ Argus
Publication date:
03/24/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
422,956
File size:
162 KB

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Meet the Author

JJ Argus started writing erotica in the 1980s working for Star Distributing, a New York publisher. Argus has also been published by Beeline and Beaver books, and sold short stories to Penthouse, Oui, Nugget, and numerous others. In the 1990s Argus began writing for British publishing houses, which required a decidedly higher level of quality and a lower level of obscenities. Argus has been published repeatedly by Olympia, Silver Moon, Chimera, and Virgin - Nexus. Argus has written and sold over 250 novels, most of which are now available in electronic format.

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Twenty Nine Days 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not a bad book my I'm noticing that if you buy one of this writers books, you've read them all. They all seem to go by the same formula of sorts. All stories are with a twist on the main characters are pretty much interchangeable. Could be why I was reading one and he used the wrong name at one point.