STYX Walk of Shame 2nd Generation by Victoria Ashley is LIVE!
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My name is Styx Sterling and I’m a fucking giver…
Most would say of great orgasms and rough sex, but I have so much more to offer, and when I find the right one I’m giving her everything that I fucking have in me: my heart, my soul, and my life.
So much more than my asshole father could ever give his family.
As fun as it is to have it easy, knowing that I can have any girl I desire, it’s no longer enough. I need much more than that.
My desires exceed more than a quick fuck with a woman that simply wants me because I’m a fantasy… a popular male entertainer with a big cock.
I may give off the impression that I’m just a man-whore that takes any hot woman to bed, but there’s so much more to me than that. It will just take someone looking deeper than my exterior.
My heart is looking for a reason to ache.
I knew the second my eyes met those curious green ones at the gym that she was different than the rest. That she wanted to learn about me.
Unlike the others, she didn’t jump at the opportunity to have me inside her. Now, I want inside her in more ways than one.
*Styx is Book 2 in the Walk of Shame 2nd Generation series and can be read as a complete standalone.
Styx is one of my favorite wos men! I didn’t expect a man working at wos to be so sweet on top of it all. He is very protective and caring, on top of his really dirty side, he has to be considering he’s a stripper. I liked his overall arc and how his relationship with Medow developed. She is a nurse with a wild side to her. I liked that they seemed to develpo naturally, and they had some crazy hot times through out! Definitely a dirty couple with some kink to them. As always I love to see the others from wos through out. I really enjoyed the story all the way through. It isn’t just a dirty stripper book, it has an entertaining and thoughtful plot line. It’s one of my favorite wos books so far!