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Ballbusting Justice (Scarlett Steele)


Ballbusting Justice by Scarlett Steele

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A ex-cop female veteran is drafted in to teach him a lesson.

The lesson will be cruel, harsh, sadistic and never ending……..

The criminal will soon feel the true force of her thighs crushing his head, her hands ripping his heart through his chest and her steel heel tearing a hole through his balls……..

Lucas Shield is a hardened criminal who expects to get off with a slap on the wrist.

He's surprised when the judge hands down a much harder sentence than expected.

Thirty days in Harmony Home, a rehabilitative labor facility.

Lucas shrugs, he can take it. Whatever they dish out, he's been through worse.

But he's not prepared for the head of Harmony Home, Lady Kristina. soon he discovers that all of his experience, all of his toughness, mean exactly nothing.

If he can't please the ladies of the house, he's made to suffer.

Lady Kristina humbles him quickly, and he learns his life, just as his balls, are in her sadistic hands.

Will he learn his lessons and enjoy serving his lady, or will he be sent back to prison after being used and humiliated by the ladies of Harmony Home?

Warning
This 8000 word short story contains mature themes including facesitting, ballbusting, ass worship, faceslapping and a dominatrixes journey on breaking a hardened criminals mentality and his balls………….

Product type: EBook    Published by: author - self-published    Published: 12 / 2017

No. words: 8000

Style: Fem Dom - F/M, Bondage/BDSM Short Stories

Available Formats: MobiPocket (MOBI)  EPUB  PDF  This book has a format which can be downloaded to Kindle


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“Lucas Shield,” the judge’s voice carried over the courtroom. Lucas stood and looked confidently at the judge. His attorney had been certain he’d get a light sentence this time. “Probably time served and probation,” he’d said. He hadn’t been surprised by the guilty verdict. This wasn’t his first tangle with the system. He’d been in and out of jail since he was a teenager in juvie.
“Mr. Shield, you have been found guilty of armed robbery, assault, breaking and entering, assaulting a police officer, attempted rape, and a laundry list of other minor charges.” Lucas glared at the attorney. The judge did not sound like she was going to let him off with time served. “I took some time in deciding your sentence. In fact, I consulted with several other justices before coming to a conclusion. While I can’t consider your past records when deciding on a verdict, we can look at your record when it comes time for sentencing. I wonder, Mr. Shield, are you aware of the new sentencing laws that just went into effect? For criminals such as yourself, with high rates of recidivism, I have quite a bit of leeway.”

Lucas tuned her out and whispered to his attorney, “What the fuck is she talking about man? You said this would be a cakewalk!” His attorney just shook his head and motioned for him to be quiet. Lucas looked around the courtroom while the judge droned on. He should be walking away from this, but this cunt was going to see him back in jail. Fuck. He’d been there before. He could deal. He had friends on the inside, he could still keep things going. No problem.
He took a deep breath as he sensed she was winding down. If he went to jail for a while, so be it. He wasn’t in any danger there. No one could touch him. No one dared.

“Mr. Shield, it is the order of this court that you be remanded into the custody of Harmony Home for thirty days. If in that time, you can turn yourself around and be a model citizen, we will reconsider sentencing. If, however, you fail, well…” she paused for a moment and smiled down at him. “Mr. Shield, this is your third strike. I can, right now, choose to put you away for the rest of your life. With the current convictions, you might be eligible for parole in, oh, twenty years. I suggest you learn some fast lessons at Harmony Home, Mr. Shield. If you come back to me in thirty days and you have not, I will put you away for as long as I possibly can.”

“That’s not so bad,” he turned to his attorney with a smile, “thirty days in rehab. I can handle.” He stopped when he saw his attorney’s expression. The man looked terrified.


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