Rose and Hyacinth
Marcus Godbehere was one of the overseers on the Hartley House Plantation. He always considered himself to be a good Christian and believed in the “welfare” of the slaves under him..especially the female ones. On a Sunday morning before Church he liked to inspect the daughters of the slaves.
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Today would be a topless inspection as he was interested in making sure that their breasts were firm and healthy and their tongues and lips in good working order. He would have all the suitable female slave girls perform simple jumping up and down exercises and then select one or two for further examination. Today he selected the sisters Rose and Hyacinth.
Now it was decision time. Should he take Rose or Hyacinth, or maybe both back to his cabin to continue their free Sunday sex education lessons. A few extra rations and a promise of no whippings for a month would ensure little protest from the girl's parents. Their mother was a Creole called Celeste, sold along with her toddler daughters to an Edouard Planchard for $1 200. His plantation was bought out by Elizabeth in a blatant piece of asset stripping when he became too ill to continue the business.
Interesting that while the men are being horny, the matriarch is doing all the ruthless business deals to secure the family estate.