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Made to Order Bride By Taryn Williams – Chapter Nine

Chapter Nine But Star was a smart cookie. She halved the recipe and put the rest in the fridge to be baked off the next day, so that his meal was ready on time, despite the interruption of what she soon found was his ingenious little invention that had her both doing her duties and […]

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Made to Order Bride By Taryn Williams – Chapter Eight

Chapter Eight Why was it that his scolding only made things worse for her, in so many ways? Internally, it seemed to make her entire lower body want to clench, no matter how much she knew it shouldn’t. And often, despite her best intentions, it often did exactly that, and she knew that he could […]

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Made to Order Bride By Taryn Williams – Chapter Seven

Chapter Seven As her legs were already held well up and back, out of his way, Tru was able to use both of his hands to part her outer lips, so that, when his lips descended on that swollen nubbin for the first time, he could really latch onto it and suckle it almost completely […]

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Made to Order Bride By Taryn Williams – Chapter Six

Chapter Six Then she began testing the restrains carefully, from her feet all the way up, only to make the incredibly depressing discovery that she was well and truly trapped, trussed up like a Christmas goose, awaiting the axe. Tru, of course, came through the door at just that moment, and Star went utterly still. […]

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Made to Order Bride By Taryn Williams – Chapter Five

Chapter Five Tru didn’t give her much time to contemplate her new surroundings, though. He guided her over to the bed and gestured for her to sit, which she kind of faked, using her legs to keep her ravaged bottom well above what she knew was a going to be a comfy mattress, but still, […]

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Made to Order Bride By Taryn Williams – Chapter Four

Chapter Four There he went again with a cowboy expression, right out of the few Western entertainment creations she’d been allowed to watch. Star bit her lip, not sure if she was brave enough to say what she was thinking, considering her position, but she figured what the hell. “But conditions might have changed in […]

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Made to Order Bride By Taryn Williams – Chapter Three

Chapter Three “All right then, you’re clenching tight now, right?” “Yes, Master,” Star said again, knowing her entire body was flushed beet red with shame at the very thought of the way he’d arranged her legs so far apart so as to be able to get at the area between them. It was where he […]

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Made to Order Bride By Taryn Williams – Chapter Two

Chapter Two Tru had to suppress a smile in favor of his command face. He liked her spunk. It was going to earn her a ton of punishments, but he liked it anyway. One of the things he’d been very lucky about with her as she’d been raised away from him, which he had reluctantly […]

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Made to Order Bride By Taryn Williams – Chapter One

Chapter One He anticipated her arrival like nothing else ever in his life. It seemed he’d been waiting for her forever—at least since he’d been a sentient being. They’d been telling him for at least that long that the right one would be reserved for him, and it seemed they weren’t lying—about this, at least. […]

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