841 Kept by Jeri Ellen

841 Kept by Jeri Ellen
I walked over to the full-length mirror and looked myself over. I was proud of how feminine I looked in my lingerie. At the closet I stepped into a short white petticoat and then slipped on a black velvet puff sleeve mini dress and my black five-inch stiletto heel pumps.
Back in front of the mirror I twirled around and looked at myself again. I loved the feel of the black velvet on my smooth feminine skin. I had no doubt that my “little black dress” would be a hit with Paul too. Sally Ryan had giggled when she said “men are why God made little black dresses!”

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