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Escape to Earth

Scarlet Thorne

Publisher: Apache Creek Publishing

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Summary

An Erotic Alien Robot Short Story. All Cindy wanted to do was get some night, wildlife pictures in the beautiful Arizona desert.  Only in the movies would a man with glowing green eyes come running out of the desert, scoop her up and kidnap her, using her own vehicle. 
But this wasn't the movies.  Jonas was on the run.  If his masters caught him, he would be destroyed.  Cindy was not only the reason he was here but she was also the key to his survival, if only he could convince her that his desire for her was real - even if he's synthetic.

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