Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? This adults only story bundle is a collection of different adult version of fairy tales following some of your favorite classics, and more! Read on to find their sexy stories and see how they get out of their individual predicaments, and to get a bonus story at the end. These are five of Satine's best selling stories together in one bundle for your ultimate pleasure. Trissa, a naive and pure fairy from fairy hollow, wanted nothing in her life but to become the best wish granting fairy that they'd ever had.
The Mouse, the Bird, and the Sausage
If you like birds (why wouldn’t you like birds?)
The first edition of Grimms Fairy Tales published in did not sell well. In the interest of attracting a younger audience, the collection was revised, cut down, and republished in What got the chopping block? In lots of it, and in no more sex.
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To make their household a cohesive unit, they each have a specific role within the home: the bird collects wood for the fire; the mouse is in charge of collecting water, lighting the fire and setting the table; and the sausage keeps everyone well fed. One day, the bird decides they should change roles since he does all the hard work, and it quickly backfires. And the bird? He falls into the well when collecting water and drowns. Moral of the story: they were great in their original roles and should have been happy with that. A cat and mouse decide to live together and buy a pot of fat to get them through the winter; however, they decide to keep the pot in a safe place — under an altar at a church — and only use it if necessary. The cat turns and eats the mouse. The end. Not wanting anyone to know what happen, the stepmother devises a plan to make her daughter believe she did it, and then, the stepmother cooks the poor boy and feeds him to his father!