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Braving Donovan’s

Larissa Lynx

Publisher: Literary Madness

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Summary

A girl walks into a bar. Looking for some action.
 
That would be me—nervous but determined.
 
Wanting to do something brave and crazy, despite everything I’ve been taught to the contrary.
 
Actually, the bar’s really a club, one that caters to fantasy fulfillment.
 
And I’m about to get in way over my head...
 
7000 words • Sex with Strangers • Fun ending

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