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Lucifer Rising

Julia Leijon

Publisher: Julia Leijon

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Summary

When a pair of strangers meet in unlikely circumstances, their physical connection is instant and electric, their lovemaking mind-blowing. But both of these young men carries dark secrets with them, some much stranger than others... 
Lucifer Rising is an explicit m/m story of 15,000 words.
Available since: 10/18/2019.

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