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Tushy Reaper - Tushy Reaper #1

George Saoulidis

Publisher: Mythography Studios

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Summary

Dead Gorgeous 
 
When a professional dronehunter dies from an electrocution accident, he meets his Reaper face to face. Turns out she's quite cute, inexperienced and has a magnificent tushy. To both their surprise he doesn't really die that day, so they go on a coffee date as if nothing happened. Will Theseus manage to figure out how to stay alive, when his reaper is quite inexperienced, when this new world of the dead and living is opened up to him and when the god of death wants his reaper back? 
 
This is book 1 of the Tushy Reaper series. 
Warning: The protagonist likes big butts and cannot lie.
Available since: 08/31/2019.

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