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Online playfullchick76Topic starter

Taking her place (m or f)
« on: May 31, 2015, 07:54:53 PM »
Travelling through europe, central or eastern parts, I come across a desperate woman. Understanding only that she needs money to get away from someone, I give her several hundred euros to catch a train out of the country. Not long after, I'm snatched from the street in the same city by  men sent by the wealthy billionaire who had her kept at their chateau or estate, their enslaved french maid and playtoy.
With her gone, I would be made to take her place, surgically altered to look like her, completely.

If this appeals to anyone, let me know.