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Latin Submission - Extreme and unexpected erotic pleasures - cover

Latin Submission - Extreme and unexpected erotic pleasures

Leo Barton

Publisher: Chimera Books

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In this BDSM erotic eBook, recently separated from his faithless wife, Jonathon Rose accepts an invitation from David, an old journalist friend, to visit him in Buenos Aires. But when he arrives his enigmatic friend isn't there!
It is left to Andrea, David's beautiful wife, to initiate Jonathon into the extreme and unexpected pleasures of the city. But where is David? And what dark secrets lie concealed in Andrea's past...?

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