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Princess For Them : Lesbian Threesome FFF Romance

Princess For Them : Lesbian Threesome FFF Romance

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Princess For Them : Lesbian Threesome FFF Romance

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Feb 25, 2019
ISBN:
9781386576235
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As an investigating officer, Jordan takes her job seriously. She does everything by the book: she investigates the crime scene, collects necessary evidence, and reports back to her captain with extensive explanations of every single event that happened during the case. This particular scene was a bit puzzling for her. It was called in as a robbery, but she later discovered that foul play was at hand. A stalker was harassing two successful billionaire women, Cora and Sierra, who fall under the watchful eye of Jordan. When Jordan finally solves the case, Cora insists that they take her to dinner as a treat. But when Jordan becomes inexplicably attracted to both women, she finds herself in a heart-wrenching dilemma that she's never before faced: keep her beautiful triad relationship or keep her job.

Standalone Romance Stories With No Cliffhanger!

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Feb 25, 2019
ISBN:
9781386576235
Format:
Buch

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Chapter 1

The air was rigidly humid as Jordan stood in front of the broken window. She glanced up at the sky through her aviator glasses, shielding her forehead from the blazing midday sun. It beat mercilessly against her forehead and caused a few beads of sweat to appear on her perfectly trimmed brow.

Not even noon and sweating like an animal, she thought. I need a vacation. And sooner rather than later.

As she stepped over the glass-covered grass, she inspected the damage done to the window pane. The edges were cracked in various places. A dirty shirt was lying over the edge, stuck to a jagged piece of glass.

Looks like the assailant attempted to break in from the outside using a shirt, she announced to no one in particular. They must have fled when the alarm sounded.

Jordan's eyes curiously washed over the debris that covered the marble floor, leading all the way to the antique table next to the window. With a frown, she turned and headed for the front door where she walked into an expansive front room to get to the damaged window. She lifted her aviators to inspect the antique table that held a collection of porcelain vases, a treasure chest in the center, silver frames, glass eggs—these were all incredibly valuable objects that could have fetched a fair price.

Why did the robber leave without these? she pondered.

She leaned in close to the antique wood. An almost invisible layer of dust covered the top. As she looked closer, she noticed the fingerprints that remained on the polished wood. She smiled and pulled a tool kit from her belt and immediately went to work, pressing powder to the print before laying a piece of lifting tape to it. When she held it up to the light, she could see the print clearly. A triumphant smile widened her lips.

Got you.

The sound of heels approached behind her and she stood up straight, fixed her uniform, and turned with her practiced smile. Her jaw slacked a bit in awe. The woman who approached was wearing a business suit with lengthy blond hair pulled back into a professional bun. Her look of determination nearly caused Jordan to slouch under the intimidating pressure.

A customer service grin set Jordan straight as she held out her hand.

Officer Young, she said proudly.

The woman grinned and held out a delicate hand. It was a deceptive move as it revealed itself to be rather firm despite its soft texture. Jordan could feel the experience in those polished fingers.

Cora Henderson of the Henderson and Jarvis Law Firm. It's a pleasure, Officer Young, and a blessing that you could arrive promptly.

Blue eyes gazed out from underneath thin brows, a small nose set perfectly over a full set of lips that were coated in red. Her face was perfect. There wasn't a thing out of place and all her features lined up symmetrically. Jordan withdrew from the handshake and nodded confidently.

Absolutely, ma'am. We take these matters seriously, she stated.

That gives me hope that our stalker will be caught, Cora declared.

Stalker?

Jordan blinked. Captain Roy hadn't mentioned a stalker when she was called to the scene. Though it wouldn't be terribly strange for a successful law firm owner liker Cora to have a stalker, it still struck Jordan as ultimately strange.

Yes, he's been parading about my gardens for the past month trying to find a way to sneak in, Cora continued. His unruly behavior has caused my girlfriend, Sierra, to become uneasy after dark.

Girlfriend, Jordan repeated. She blinked again and proceeded to procure a notepad from her belt, holding up a miniature pen to jot down a few notes. And where is your girlfriend, Miss Henderson?

Oh, please, call me Cora. Those red lips stretched into a friendly grin. I believe she's upstairs. Should I call her down?

With a practiced smile, Jordan nodded. When Cora turned to call for her girlfriend, her heels glimmered in the late morning light. Jordan found herself entranced by the shimmer from the sparkles decorating the heel as her eyes washed over the porcelain foot that occupied the expensive shoe. They looked to be stilettos, top brand, and likely from a foreign designer.

Clicking erupted from upstairs. This time, a short brunette made an appearance wearing a professional beige dress. Her brown hair hung in curls that framed her face and bounced as she descended, a small hand gently holding the gold banister as she

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