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The First Woman - A Sexy Interracial BWWM Sci-Fi Romance Short Story from Steam Books - cover

The First Woman - A Sexy Interracial BWWM Sci-Fi Romance Short Story from Steam Books

Sandra Sinclair, Steam Books

Publisher: Steam Books

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Millions of years from now, Earth is gone, but one man's journey has just begun... During one of his missions to a perilous planet, elite explorer Conwell he stumbles upon a human, but not just any human: the first woman he has ever seen with his own eyes. Drawn to her for reasons he can’t understand, he brings her back to his spacecraft, where he discovers the effects a woman can have on a man for the first time in his existence, a discovery which may just prove to be his greatest yet.WARNING: This 3,851-word short story is a steamy read that features explicit scenes including passionate interracial lovemaking in a futuristic sci-fi fantasy setting and may be too much for some readers to handle!BONUS! This ebook contains a preview of the hot fantasy novelette "Ethelia" by Annette Archer.

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