The 13th Cell
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Father Wallace is the latest in a long string of priests assigned to the diocese. Tasked with tending to the spiritual needs of all his flock, he has taken singular interest in the nuns housed in the convent's thirteen 'special' cells. Each cell houses one or more sisters who find absolution through bondage and torment of a more carnal nature, women who believed that sexual pain and suffering is the righteous path, despite the occasional pleasures.
Always dutiful, Father Wallace quickly sees to the needs of the first twelve cells and, though he is eager to keep assisting each of them toward even greater enlightenment, the 13th cell calls.
But why is one sister adamant that he avoids that cell at all costs. Why does she tempt him with even greater 'challenges' in the other cells? Only the 13th cell has the answers he seeks.
(Editor's Note: This work contains graphic language and sometimes extreme sexual depictions of consensual female bondage and sadomasochism. It is intended for mature audiences only and is not suitable for persons under eighteen years of age.)