Anesthesia Peel meets Crispin BenGay, a filthy rich and incredibly hunkalicious entrepreneur, during an interview for her beauty-school newspaper. BenGay is mysteriously attracted to Ana, a social zero who’s never even used email. He makes her his submissive, to have, to hold and to hurt.
Fifty Shades of BenGay puts a whole new spin on the bestselling romance novel with a soft-porn filling:
That ridiculous contract “Hard limits: No acts involving clowns or mimes.”
Laughable lovemaking “His mouth finds mine, which isn’t hard, considering how big my mouth is.”
Ana’s multiple personalities “My inner goddess is picking her nose.”
Those ludicrous emails “Crispin: About our ‘deal’: thanks, but no thanks. P.S. Can I keep the laptop?”
This book is intended for immature adults. It contains explicit scenes of a physically impossible nature.
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