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Gabriel's Naughty Game

Madelynne Ellis

Publisher: Madelynne Ellis

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“I want to see you with another guy.” 
After Gabriel tells me his fantasy, I want to laugh it off, pretend it’s a joke. But, I know it isn’t—he’s serious. I’m all for a little daring in the bedroom, but this is too risky. It gets even worse when Gabriel reveals who he wants me to sleep with: Nye, the only other man who’s ever tempted me. 
I soon realise there’s more to Gabriel’s plan than simple voyeurism. But whatever Gabriel wants, Gabriel gets…

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