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Furry United Coalition Bundle - cover

Furry United Coalition Bundle

Eve Langlais

Publisher: Eve Langlais

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It started with an energetic bunny and a grumpy bear. It continued with a geeky swan and her playboy bear. And then we encountered an ornery croc who couldn't help falling for a foxy lady. 
The three F.U.C. stories you've come to love are now available in one handy bundle. Hours of romantic and humorous entertainment. Contains previously released stories: 
Bunny and the Bear 
Swan and the Bear 
Croc and the Fox

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