Venus in the Country

Venus in the Country

by Anonymous

(probably James Jennings)

 

1895

 

 

 

 

 

Fostered from the age of 15 by Mr and Mrs Rumple, young Pamela finds herself surplus to Mrs Rumple's household needs at 18. Mr Rumple is tasked with informing young Pamela of her new employ, but having harboured a letch for the pretty girl for some time, he takes full advantage of the situation by requiring an intimate 'inspection' before she departs. One thing quickly leads to another, and another, and before she leaves all her orifices have been thoroughly educated.

Having enjoyed her sexual education, Pamela avails herself of every conceivable opportunity to exercise and educate all about her in her new position. Expected to act as governess to her new employers children, it is not long before the birch begins to feature.

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