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Loving the Voyeur

Ellis O. Day

Publisher: LSODea

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Summary

Patrick is only a man and showing Annie the scenes at the Club is too tempting. He’s going to go too far if he doesn’t stop.

Annie isn’t ready to let Patrick bail on her because of her brother. What they have it too special, until Patrick confesses that he thinks the things she likes are dirty and vile.

Can Patrick fix this misunderstanding or has he lost Annie for good?

This is hot, steamy romance and intended for those eighteen years and older.
 

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