The Wench Constance Pendleton had always done her best to be a good wife. She had worked tirelessly to support her husband, Harold, in his work for the Lord. The Rev. Pendleton’s pastoral work had been succeeding splendidly. He was the leading minister in the district and was widely expected to be chosen as the next superintendent for all of Virginia. The only cloud in Constance’s otherwise sunny life was the lack of husbandly passion showed her. She understood the demands that his work placed on him and did her level best to be the model of a submissive pastor’s wife. It was not her fault that her husband’s congregation was cursed with so many shrews who delighted in criticizing her constantly.Constance has never had an orgasm and is disturbed by rough handling. She realizes that she enjoys being free for the responsibility of choosing. Mora’s Escape Princess Mora of the independent city state of Saint Traxas is fleeing from an unwanted marriage that is being forced on her by her father, King Tyrus. She is captured by the notorious highwayman Jackson Hay. Jackson still bears the scars from a savage flogging ordered by King Tyrus. Mora makes a vain attempt to hide her identity, but Jackson discovers her deception and punishes her for it. He decided that he will use her to get revenge on his enemy King Tyrus. Mora is to be trained as a pleasure slave. Stephen Gadsworth, a wealthy landowner, wins Mora in a game of chess. He appreciates both her beauty and her recent training. Mora falls in love with Stephen. He takes her to his estate and continues training her in his stable.
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