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A Secret Worth Keeping - A Sexy Bi Crossdressing Romance Short Story from Steam Books - cover

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A Secret Worth Keeping - A Sexy Bi Crossdressing Romance Short Story from Steam Books

Steam Books, Melody Lewis

Publisher: Steam Books

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Summary

For a long time, Aaron has been attracted to his handsome coworker Blake, but he just couldn’t see them ever being together. Just when Aaron is about to give up, though, he stumbles upon Blake's most intimate secret. The question now is: what will he do now?WARNING: This 4,290-word (about 22 pages) short story is a steamy read that features explicit scenes of passionate lovemaking and sexual themes including M/M bisexuality and crossdressing, and may be too much for timid readers!

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