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I’m A Robot For The Charming CEO. Chapter 35

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I’m A Robot For The Charming CEO.

Written by Feathers.

Chapter 35


“Sir Richard! why did you die? you didn’t even tell me what casket we should use to bury you. I hope you tell your lawyer that all your wealth and possessions should be given to your sister and your tutor. Good bye, sir Richard. Greet the dead for me.” I said and as I wanted to stand from him, his hand pulled me close to him.

“Nonsense! In my religion, we do not die young.” He pu-shed me to the b-ed and lai-d on me.

“Sir Richard, did you forget you are not my bo-yfriend? What right do you have to la-y on me?” I asked.

“I’ve always wanted to touch your br–ast, though.” He said and placed his hand on it. I placed my hand on his hands that was on my b—st and helped him squeeze it.

“Are you crazy?” He asked and took his hands away.

“Isn’t that what you want? to f-umble and s-ck my b-east. But sir Richard, if I get pregnant for you, are you ready to accept the baby?” I asked.

He stood up at once, “Never! you will never get pregnant for me. ”

He picked his cloth and wo-re it. “You are tempting me, why in the world are you filled to the brim in the front and the back?”

“What does that mean?” I asked.

“Your @ss and b–st are so tempting, I really wish I can f—K you but my religion advises we stay away from ladies, they as distractions and are evil.” He said.

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“Including your sister?” I asked.

“Yes and your sister too.” He answered back and I grinned.

“Sir Richard, so you do not have a plan of getting married?” I questioned.

“Yes, I do not. I do not want any woman to carry my seed.” He said.

“Oh! Well, I’m your tutor, stop looking at those sensitive part of me so you won’t disobey the principles of your religion. I was thinking…what kind of religion permits you to sleep n-aked beside your tutor?” I asked.

“As long as s-ex isn’t involved. I told my friend, Samson that you are a very good tutor and he wants you to come and teach him too, he pays well.” Sir Richard said.

“Is he willing to pay $2,000 per day?” I asked.

“He might pay more, pay him a visit first.” He said and I nodded.