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Dia's Weekend with Coach

Neale Sourna

Publisher: PIE: Perception Is Everything

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        Naughty cheerleader Dia has just come of age, preferring older men, well, one particular older man. She wants everyone’s favorite team coach and teacher, Mr. Dean, who has been good and strong, resisting her; but, when she enters Mr. Dean’s home, in nothing but lace and desire. Now, Mr. D will coach and teach teenager Dia what a man, not a boy, really wants in a lovely grown woman.
 
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14,210 words approx. / Romantic Erotica (Hard)
 
http://stories.neale-sourna.com/Dia.html

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