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The Ceremony

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On her eighteenth birthday, Athena travels to the Temple of Acros for the Ceremony. But while she expects silk and riches, she soon learns the dark secrets that live deep within and the monster that waits to defile her every orifice.

The Ceremony is an erotic short featuring tentacle sex, quadruple penetration and adult themes.
Kindle Edition, 16 pages
Published July 19th 2013
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A joint review with Amanda at Free Books Need love, Too! wherein I have a freakout halfway through the review and need to be talked down.
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Jacqueline D. Cirque is a writer of erotic fiction based in Sydney, Australia. Since she was young, Jacqueline has also been fascinated by the world of sex and its many taboos. She now brings her signature style and world experience to the Kindle store for your pleasure. Jacqueline welcomes fan correspondence and also offers commissions via jacquedecirque@gmail.com.
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