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Home At Last - A Man of the House Erotica Short Story - cover

Home At Last - A Man of the House Erotica Short Story

Amelia Boteler

Publisher: Amy Butler

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Summary

Payton has been dropping hints to her Uncle Ryan, a family friend, for the past two years since she turned 18. What started out as an innocent crush has evolved and she has one chance to prove it. Challenge accepted

 
This erotica short story will turn your lunch break from meh to oh yeah!

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