My identical twin sister Teyolla, Tee for short, and I had talked about this day from as early as I could remember. We were having a double wedding, with two ceremonies, and we were marrying identical twin brothers Eric and Shawn Crow. Tee and I were wearing similar strapless dresses, and the boys also had the same dark suit but with different ties and waistcoats.
We had to wear slightly different outfits otherwise no one would be able to tell us sex slave in chains. I grinned, remembering how Tee and I had met him and Shawn eight years earlier while volunteering at our local church.
But now here we were becoming a double couple. He grinned back, knowing that soon our twins would be saying their vows in front of the same guests. It was a fantastic idea, a fairytale wedding — and so different from our earlier life. Tee and I were born in the Marshall Islands in the Pacific to a single mother who had nine children.
She was a good mum, but struggled to look after us all. She worked long hours, but did her pusy good to make sure we went to school, were clean and well fed.
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