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Behind His Lens

Beth Michele

Publisher: Beth Michele

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Summary

Sometimes life throws us curve balls.

 


 
Jake Donovan was mine.

 


 
It was supposed to be a one-time thing. A birthday gift for sexy Willow. 

 


 
He wasn’t supposed to have this effect on me.

 


 


 


 
But he did.

 


 
He wasn't supposed to consume me.

 


 


 


 
But he did.

 


 
He wasn't supposed to touch me in places no other man had before.

 


 


 


 
But he did.

 


 


 


 
And I wanted him to do it again.

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