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The third part of the erotica "Jenna" series.

On the drive back home Jenna was terrified of how Tony would re-act to her coming home so late. She was supposed to be home before Tony got home at eleven but Rick kept her enslaved and it was now 1:00 AM. Jenna knew that Tony would expect an explanation but she couldn't think of a good one. She thought about telling him that she went out for take-out and the car broke down, but Tony would never believe her. Tony always made sure that Jenna's car ran perfectly; taking it to the shop for a check-up every two months whether it needed it or not. As Jenna pulled into the driveway she had no idea on what she would tell Tony.

The second Jenna opened the front door Tony was screaming, "Where the hell have you been? I already know where you've been, but I wanna see if you're going to lie to me." Jenna believed him because Tony frequently had spies looking after her and reporting back to him. Jenna just stood there, speechless. She was trembling all over. She regretted ever being unfaithful to Tony; she wished she could take it all back.

"I asked you a question!" he shouted as he grew nearer to her.

"I'm sorry." The two words trembled from her voice box passed her quaking lips.

"Tell me where you were!" Tony was now towering over Jenna. He grabbed a handful of hair from the back of her head. "Where were you?" His voice sounded like thunder.

"You said you already know where I was." Jenna spoke in a meek voice.

"I want you to tell me. And I will not give you any chances but one to tell me the truth."

"I....I...I went out.." Jenna was now sobbing between breathes.

Tony slammed his fist into the wall behind Jenna's head. He had never really hit her before except for the occassional spanking when she misbehaved. Jenna jumped; her heart felt like it would leap out of her chest. She suddenly felt dizzy. "Tony, can I please sit down?"

"No, not until you tell me where you were. In fact, come here." Tony went and sat in his black leather recliner and made Jenna stand before him.

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