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The Highland Witch Seduction - The Highland Witch Seduction #4 - cover

The Highland Witch Seduction - The Highland Witch Seduction #4

Chera Zade, Delaney Jane

Publisher: Chera Zade

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Summary

Examined, Explored, Exposed, and above all Punished 
 
Enjoy these three tales of our medieval Scottish Highlanders and explore the kilted side of Chera Zade, perfect for those who enjoy rough and rowdy men, punishment, BDSM, and taking on two or more at a time. 
 
 
Included in this bundle - 
Examined by the Highlanders 
Explored by the Highlanders 
Exposed by the Highlanders

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