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The Weekend - Weekend

Tina Lima

Publisher: Costei Andrei

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David and Linda enjoy the holiday with their best friends, James and Mary. Very soon they will deepen in the world of carnal pleasures and will realize that they love the new atmosphere.When their neighbors find out what are they doing the place heats up.Very hot and sensual story!**Warning: This book is a wild. 18+**

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