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He Touches Me - The Seen Trilogy: Part Two - cover

He Touches Me - The Seen Trilogy: Part Two

Cynthia Sax

Publisher: Avon Red

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His touch enflames her desires. 
Anna Sampson has allowed billionaire businessman Gabriel Blaine to watch her, all of her. And looking is all he's done—until now. After giving him permission to touch her, Anna realizes she won't be satisfied until she has all of this handsome and secretive man. 
Soon she tempts him, shreds his control, and pushes him too far. Blaine's reluctance to take her virginity frustrates Anna. He fulfills her fantasy, but what is their reality together? 
Part Two of The Seen Trilogy

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