• The Preacher Teaches the Virgin Teen to Breed for Babies

  • Reluctant Breeding Impregnation Sex Erotica
  • By: Tessa Keating
  • Narrated by: Roy Wells
  • Length: 47 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 09-06-13
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: See You Next Tuesday Press
  • 2.3 (4 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The Preacher Teaches the Virgin Teen to Breed for Babies, is a story about how one young virgin teases a reverend so much that he decides to teach her all about sex - his way. In private and right after one of his sermons, he takes her to an old area of the church which he has set up as his own private playground. She learns quickly and some months later along with her family in the front pew, he sees the proof of his virility.
Adults 18+ only: This audiobook contains M/F sexual scenes involving rough sex, impregnation, pregnancy, and other related themes.
©2013 See You Next Tuesday Press (P)2013 See You Next Tuesday Press
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By Joshua Lindsey on 02-25-14

Remember when Grandpa tried to be cool?

Roy Wells' performance fits this story well. Unfortunately both Wells' performance and Keating's story come off more like a grandpa trying to be cool and tell a "smutty story" rather than the "later 30s minister" recounting his love affair with one of the girls of his parish. The dialogue is very stilted, the pacing is incredibly slow, and the few promising ideas are smothered by Wells' voice and Keating's clunky storytelling. Definitely recommend passing this one up.

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