Two sisters and their cousin find an old chest in the attic filled with antique masks and decide to throw a masquerade. However, the masks seem to make everyone forget who they are and how to behave properly…
An extract from the story:
“…“Well, I… I must go to Mary! I think she is in trouble,” she said nervously.
“But she is not, look for yourself,” the anonymous man said and she could feel his breath against her cheek.
He was right, at least in a way. Mary -if indeed it was Mary- was by now engaged with both the servant and one of the guests. One of the female guests. She was sitting in front of Mary and kissing her tenderly, while the serving man was undoing the many buttons on the back of the sky-blue dress. Mary on the other hand seamed to enjoy the experience, and one of her hands had slipped underneath the woman’s elegant dress.”
Masquer! ade, dancing, debauchery, some mild threesome theme, exhibitionism.
About the author:
Lady T. L. Jennings is a secretive writer who loves the Victorian era, afternoon tea, and small obedient dogs. She lives in Oxfordshire, England, and writes Victorian erotica and romance short stories with a dash of gothic mystique, usually after midnight and by candle light. She collects corsets, lovers, and books.
Visit her website: www.mysecretquill.com
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- Amazon Sales Rank: #89218 in eBooks
- Published on: 2011-08-19
- Released on: 2011-08-19
- Format: Kindle eBook
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