R#ped Policewoman by Heather Brown
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R#PED POLICEWOMAN shows the reality of obsession, how destructive it can be to the individual and those around him. It is admirable to set a goal and make sacrifices to obtain it, but is it admirable to go to any lengths for it?

The story of a modern woman, programmed to win, to take what she wants–a novel exploring part of life as it is today.

As I sat in the kitchen nursing a cup of discount instant coffee that tasted like boiled eucalyptus leaves, I asked myself for the thousandth time why I was putting myself through this shit. Here I was, a 25-year-old woman with a degree in sociology and an IQ of 134, keeping the hours of a night watchman.

You probably think I’m a dog, a regular bow-wow. Well, forget it. Everybody who’s seen me says I’m attractive and I have to admit it’s true myself: the bulges I see in men’s trousers when I walk by don’t lie. I have long lustrous raven hair, high pointed tits as firm as marble, long sinewy legs that love to wrap themselves around things, what everybody says is a terrific looking ass, and a cunt framed by a luxuriant growth of silky black pussy hair that can fuck all night. Right now, if I had a normal job, I’d be getting off work and undoubtedly some great looking stud would be taking me out for drinks and dinner and later we’d hit the sack at my place or his and his hot steaming prick would be pumping up my throbbing pussy.

So what was I doing sitting in a drafty kitchen in a ratty bathrobe choking down a cup of lukewarm instant mud waiting to go drag my ass around the crummiest parts of the city with a bunch of people who loathed everything about me that theoretically made me attractive and in general hated my guts?

To prove something, I guess. Despite the advice of almost all my friends, I went ahead and joined the police force and became a policewoman.

Fictional reading for entertainment purposes only. Note: This story is the same as catalog number BB-156 in the original publications (a duplicate).

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