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My First But Not My Last - Gay Erotic Tales #1 - cover

My First But Not My Last - Gay Erotic Tales #1

Gavin E. Black

Publisher: Steambath Press

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Summary

An unbelievable, hot, lust-filled first time 
Connor hadn't intended on hooking up with anyone at the beach. But ever since his girlfriend had dumped him a week ago, he'd decided to stop lying to himself. So when Jake, the hot and sexy DJ from the club Crush started cruising him, Connor knew this was going to be the guy. 
Jake was going to be his first 
Previously published as MY FIRST BUT NOT MY LAST 
What readers are saying: 
"I loved this book! Hot Hot Hot!!" 
"Super Hot. On a scale of 1-10, a definite 10. Could barely contain myself!" (5 out of 5 stars) 
"A fun beach romp and a fab way to end the summer! A little experimenting leads to a lot of great sex!" 
"This was fun... It got me all hot, bothered, and wet. I think I would like to get more and learn what they did to this newbie." 
"Leaves you wanting more! And leaves you hard!" (5 out of 5 stars) 
"Really enjoyed this book. Was hot, funny, and everything in between. Can't wait to read the rest of the series." (5 out of 5 stars)

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