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Polyamorous Love Letters - Volume Three

Samantha Cauliflower

Publisher: Vivid Publishing

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'Polyamorous Love Letters - Volume Three' is another short collection of letters about the aspects of love experienced through polyamory, focusing on the physical connections. If you like all the highs and lows of love, and you like poetry, you will love this whole series of four volumes!

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