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His Love - cover

His Love

Ellis O. Day

Publisher: LSODea

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Get ready for Terry and Maggie’s second night at La Petite Mort Club.
It’s hot, kinky and oh, so much fun!

Nothing is going to make Terry lose control like he did last night.
This time he has every detail planned to recreate an evening from their past in La Petite Mort Club style.
Until another night from his past threatens everything.
Will he be able to salvage his evening and his relationship or will he lose Maggie forever?

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