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Home For The Holidays - cover

Home For The Holidays

Mavis Applewater

Publisher: Wednesday Afternoon Press

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Teresa is looking forward to the holiday weekend until her mother asks for a simple favor. Could she drive someone home for the holiday? A simple request except the person she is being asked to drive is her ex-lover Lindsey. Follow Teresa and Lindsay through a series of holiday romps in this 2007 Goldie Finalist for Best Erotica.

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