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His Dangerous Game - The Beginning Ashley Rose

His Dangerous Game - The Beginning

Ashley Rose

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In 1970s California, Julie answers an advertisement for a maid at an older mans beach house. She is only 18 and the houses owner is the sophisticated, older and richer Bruce. Julies innocence is tested from the moment she enters the house as sheMoreIn 1970s California, Julie answers an advertisement for a maid at an older mans beach house. She is only 18 and the houses owner is the sophisticated, older and richer Bruce. Julies innocence is tested from the moment she enters the house as she experience the decadence, sex and drugs that are typical of the 70s in California. Will she retain innocence or give in to her darkest desires and the temptations of the older man?Excerpt:She found the house easily enough. It was in one of the few areas along the beach which had not been completely developed with expensive beachfront property. She pulled into the driveway and turned the car off. She was nervous. The ad in the newspaper was for free lodging for the right person, in exchange for housekeeping.The house was fairly large--a modern beach house with about 2000 square feet she guessed, but nowhere near as large as many of the houses in the area. She knocked on the door. She could hear a radio playing loud inside. It was I Only Want to Be With You by the Bay City Rollers. No one answered. She knocked again, much harder, and waited. She knocked one more time, and just as she was about to turn away, the door opened.A middle-aged man, perhaps in his mid-thirties, stood in the doorway. He had penetrating grey eyes. His dark hair was parted in the middle and combed back. He was clean-shaven and wore tight white slacks, and a loose-fitting colorful, short-sleeved shirt, with the top three buttons open, revealing a tanned chest. The thing that struck her most about him though was the feeling of absolute masculine self-confidence which he seemed to have.Warning: This 12975 word novel contains graphic scenes of sexual display