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Lolita: Volume 7 - cover

Lolita: Volume 7

Sheba Blake

Publisher: Sheba Blake Publishing

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Summary

This adult photo book features sweet teen Lolita. This book is for ADULTS only. It features 135 high-resolution nude photos that are not censored or edited. You will be VERY PLEASED with your purchase if you are a fan of young naked women who are happy to show off for the camera! Our girls love to play with themselves, by hand and with toys. They all have a bunch of pictures that they would love to show you... You will get so hard from viewing these women pleasuring themselves. Trust me, you won't regret it... These girls are getting down & dirty, and it's available for you in a gallery of wild pictures. Our girls pose in some of the most erotic photos ever! All photos are of the model on the cover is 18 years or older.
Available since: 08/23/2017.

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