Wednesday, April 30, 2014

ARC Review: If We Shadows, by D. E. Atwood

From the blurb:

Born female, all Jordan wants is to slip under the radar and live the last year of high school as a boy. His parents and siblings support him, but he’d rather be recognized for his acting and musical talents than his gender issues. When Shakespeare’s Puck gives him three magical potions—true sight, true seeming, and true love—Jordan discovers being true to himself isn’t as simple as he thought. Jordan must navigate the confusion of first love, a controversial role in the fall musical, and his transgender identity, while fairy magic creates a net of complications over everything he does. In order to unweave the spells laid over his friends—his supportive older brother, James, his playwright friend, Pepper, and Maria, another transgender student—Jordan needs to understand exactly how far he’ll go to reach his goals of finding true love, true sight, and true seeming.


AnnaLund's rating:



A sincere and lovely story about how it is to live in the wrong body. I was taken aback by the sweetness in this writing, and very impressed by the heart.

To take A Midsummer Night’s Dream, put it on a high-school stage, and have all the crazy happen for real also in the school? Nothing short of g√©nial! Shakespeare would SO approve!

The language and the truths in this story were mesmerizing, and here are a couple of examples that truly made me sit down and think and feel:

“We fall for the face we see, and it only lasts until the truth of a person comes out.”

“She makes a funny little sound as she does so, and that noise hits me right in the stomach, a sucker punch of Oh, hey I like that.”

See, the strange thing is, this story is half in first person present, under the form of a Journal, and half in third person past, for the actual storytelling, and if you know me, you know I positively hate first person present.

And yet, and yet—here? It just works. Which goes to show that if you know how to write, it truly doesn’t matter what tense your prose is in.

What matters is what you are saying. Here, the message is clear, sweet, loving, and beautiful.

I’m a little bit in love with this Jordan. I’m sure you’ll fall in love too. Read it.


4.5 stars

***

I was given a free copy of this book by the publisher, Harmony Ink Press/Dreamspinner Press, and a positive review wasn’t promised in return.




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Blog Tour Stop with Double Review: Love Lessons Learned by K.C. Wells




Today we shine the spotlight on 
K.C. Wells and her new novel!!





Blurb:

John Wainwright is having a momentous day. To start off, he lands his first teaching job. Then his brother, Evan, and Evan’s husband, Daniel, take him out to celebrate in Manchester’s gay village. An encounter with a sexy man forces John to admit what he’s been denying for too long—he’s gay. His coming out proves he’s supported and loved by his family and roommates. What more could a man want? There’s just one small problem: John’s dishy Head Teacher, Brett Sanderson, and John’s gigantic crush on him. Too bad Brett is straight.

Brett Sanderson leads a double life. At thirty-three, he is the Head Teacher of a primary school. But for seven years now, during every school holiday, Brett has fled to Brighton, where he becomes ‘Rob,’ a man who has a different guy in his bed every night but has never had a relationship.

Once he’s back in school, Brett is firmly back in that closet, until his newest staff member starts prying open the door. When John pulls out all the stops to get Brett’s attention, neither man is prepared for the consequences.

Dani's review:





4.25 stars

After reading her Collars & Cuffs series and her Personal series, I can say with conviction there are many things to love about K.C. Wells' books, particularly:

1. Her MCs are British, talk like sailors, and drink tea.
2. She writes steamy, passionate sex scenes.
3. She always has a HEA and then follows up with the characters in another book so the reader can see that they're still blissfully in love.

Love Lessons Learned checks all three boxes.

I was thrilled that the MCs aren't cops or international spies or shifters but...TEACHERS. Yes, elementary school teachers at that!

Brett, 33, is the head teacher at a primary school in an economically impoverished neighborhood in England. He is in the closet and gets his kink on only when he heads out of town a few times per year. Brett is professional to a fault and very much emotionally unavailable (so much so that I wanted to bitch slap him a few times).

John, 24, is a new teacher just hired on at the school. He's newly out and the brother of Evan (Daniel's husband from the Learning to Love series). John is a virgin and has three newly acquired, hilarious housemates. He also has a 10-inch cock. It's true. *nods solemnly*

John and Brett dance around each other until Brett makes a move. Cue Brett being a complete arse, and John moping around with his poor heart dragging on the ground. As much as I wanted these guys to get AND stay together, I wish John had been slightly less pathetic. As such, he caved at the first "I'm sorry." I was not a Brett fan initially, but he grew on me. In the end, he stood up for himself, John, and their relationship.

Besides Brett not knowing what the hell he wanted and pushing John away for the first 60 percent of the book, there were two plot points that created tension: one involving an unhinged parent who wants to do a grab-and-run with his kid and another featuring a manipulative, jealous teacher at the school. Thankfully, neither veered into melodrama territory.

I adored John's housemates and their interactions with John (and eventually Brett). Stu, Alec, and Martin were engaging and had me laughing aloud. I am betting they all get a story, and that makes me insanely happy. The slow burn and build-up between John and Brett was delicious. There's also a party involving tequila, spin-the-bottle, and John showcasing a very dirty, very impressive talent (in that order).

Huge thumbs up for the wanton, smexy times (get that fan ready!), the witty dialogue, and the sweet HEA. This is a nice beginning to what's sure to be a great series.

I received an ARC of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.




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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Book Review: Fairy, by C. Kennedy

From the blurb:

A gay kid, a monstrous bully, and a badass fairy. 
Meriadoc McDaniel wants to kill his parents. How they could name him after a hobbit is beyond him. Merry is shy, spineless, a geek of humongous proportions, and gay. Everyone at school calls him Merry the Fairy. To add insult to injury, puberty is taking its agonizingly sweet time with him. Now a senior in school, he touts five whole whiskers and hasn’t grown an inch since ninth grade. Typical. What is short on top of everything else? Rick Adams is big, mean, and ugly. His reign of terror has turned school into nothing short of a war-zone for Merry. Lord Quinn Malloy O’Cuin, pure Sidhe and born of the High Court of Fairy, is a watcher over humans, the silent defender of lost children, broken hearts, and dreams. His normal assignment is to protect babies from those who would replace them with changelings. Recently, however, Quinn committed a transgression. One serious enough to earn him a demotion from the Queen Mother. She reassigns him to watch over teenagers, of all things! Quinn’s new undercover assignment means he is the new senior at school. He can hardly keep himself from fading just thinking about it. When Rick terrorizes Merry and dares to call him a fairy, Quinn becomes incensed and all bets are off.

AnnaLund's rating:



Absolutely brilliant novella of perhaps just under 100 pages. And free. And brilliant, did I say that? It’s brilliant.

Bullying. That monster. The real one. The real thing.

That damn beast that lives in Middle Schools and High Schools and Colleges and work places and… Yeah. That one.

That monster, which dies a slow death only when we speak up—stand together—unify our front and take a stand.

When we stand up for our friends.

That monster, which takes more lives than many illnesses.

Add to this theme a backdrop of Fae and demi-Fae, a hilarious (and, for this foreigner, mostly quite incomprehensible) Irish brogue, a young boy trying to survive in a hostile environment, this story for teens is simply beautiful. It talks about the things teens need to talk about. It says the things they need to hear. It listens to the problems they have.

But most of all, it contains such a huge amount of heart.
Such a huge amount of acceptance and love.

And hope.

Arggh, love will get me, almost every time.

But hope? Hope levels me. Without fail.

You made my heart sing, author.



***


Disclosure: I have become a FB friend of this author, but I read and review with my own mind, not with friendship-filters. 




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Blog Tour: Electric Candle by Elizabeth Noble



Today we shine the spotlight on Elizabeth Noble's latest release!!




Blurb:

When a vampire finds his soul mate, the bond is forever. It’s love at first sight. Or is it?

Flint, Ohio Homicide Detective Jonas Forge has been a vampire for nearly two hundred years. He’s fought wars, seen life go from the simple but hard colonial days to the modern high tech world. He’s evolved with the times, adapting with each new era, blending into each new life. The one constant is his best friend and lover, Declan.

Until Forge’s soul mate tumbles, literally, into his life.

Even though they’re not fated to be together forever, Forge and Declan are perfectly happy. Despite the pheromone attracting him to his soul mate, Forge isn’t thrilled with the guy, and the feeling seems mutual. While trying to adjust to his clumsy soul mate and equally awkward feelings, Forge is on the hunt for the serial killer who’s leaving a trail of bodies, and who witnesses can’t identify. But Forge better watch out. When his work collides with his love life, things really heat up.


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ARC Review: Bound to be a Groom by Megan Mulry

Bound to be a GroomFrom the blurb:

Sometimes our wildest dreams come true. 
In the tumultuous summer of 1808, Spain and England are close to war and four young lovers are close to ecstasy. 
To carve out an independent life with the woman she loves, Anna knows she must leave her quiet Spanish convent to become a courtesan. To gain experience, she sets her sights on . . . 
Sebastian, whose powerful, aristocratic confidence suits Anna’s mercenary goals. But his arrogance masks a craving for submission that Anna instinctively satisfies. Sebastian soon begs for her hand in marriage, even if it means sharing her with . . . 
Pia, who trusts Anna completely—with her body and her future—until she learns of Anna’s hasty marriage. Pia questions their commitment to each other as they leave for London to meet . . . 
Farleigh, the seemingly feckless duke who thinks he’s over Sebastian, the potent Spanish soldier he bedded two years ago. 
What begins as a series of erotic escapades soon evolves into a deep, unbreakable bond. Two men and two women who yearn to explore are about to make their wildest dreams come true.

Heather's rating:





Here are a few questions to ask yourself:

Do you like M/F, M/M, M/F/F, and M/M/F/F erotica?
Do you like Dommes? Doms? Male and female subs?
Do you like bisexuals? Pansexuals? Who-the-hell-cares-sexuals?
Do you care that the plot is not really feasible... oh who are we kidding, completely ridiculous and just a forum to show pages and pages of hot sex?,
Do you like virgins who are experts at oral sex, vaginal sex, anal sex, and BDSM?
Do you like vaguely historical settings that seem to exist just so multi-layers of skirts can be lifted and ladies ravaged?

If you have answered "yes" to any of the above, buy this book. I wouldn't have thought myself a fan of F/F anything but *DAMN* those scenes were smoking! This book was guilty pleasure erotica at its finest with something thrown in for every taste.

If you are looking for plot, relationship development, or character development, look elsewhere. If you are looking for a whole pile of polyamorous goodies, you've struck gold.


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Monday, April 28, 2014

Blog Tour: Poster Boy by Anne Tenino

Welcome to our stop for the 

Poster Boy Blog Tour! 


Anne Tenino is in the house and will share pictures from her research/vacation in the Provence. 

First off, though, let's talk about the book.



Blurb:

It's all fun and games until someone puts his heart out.

After being outed to his hockey team and then changing schools, Jock figures he’s due for something good—like the sex he missed out on in the closet. Toby, the hot grad student he meets at a frat party, seems like a great place to start, and their night together is an awesome introduction to the fine art of hooking up.

Toby’s heart takes a bruising after the near-perfect experience with Jock leads to . . . nothing. He’s been left on the outside as his friends pair up into blissful coupledom, and he’s in danger of never completing (or starting) his thesis. Can’t something go right?

Then Toby’s coerced into chaperoning a Theta Alpha Gamma trip to France. Not that he’s complaining. What better place to finish his thesis and get over that frat boy? Except Jock’s outing is leaked to the press, turning him into an unwilling gay rights martyr, and he decides France would be a great escape, too. It’s a break from reality for both guys, but they soon find their connection is as real as it gets.


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Welcome to the Poster Boy Blog Tour! *confetti*

As you may or may not know, Poster Boy is the fifth in the Theta Alpha Gamma series, and (at least as far as I’m able to be sure about such things) the last TAG book. No, no, don’t be sad, be happy—we’re gonna go out in style!

Let’s discuss the nitty-gritty: the Blog Tour Giveaway. The prize package this time includes: one lovely “Theta Alpha Gamma Beer Terrorist Response Team” sweatshirt (I believe I have sizes M-XXL available, choice of two styles); one paperback copy of Frat Boy and Toppy with the new cover art, signed and inscribed to the winner; a bar of soap I bought in Les Baux (was going to send olives from Sainte-Remy, but we ate them . . . sorry about that) and; of course, one penis crocheted by moi.

How does one win, you ask? By following the tour, collecting all the official “prize” words (posts will have them clearly marked), and using them as directed at the end of this post (it’s complicated).

Happy word hunting, and enjoy the tour (psssssst, this one is heavy on the cut scenes).



Anne's fabulous Provence vacation:

Promo: Sacrifices by Chris T. Kat



Today we shine the spotlight on Chris T. Kat and her newest release

Sacrifices (A Jeff Woods Mystery)





From the blurb:

When he was outed on the local news, Jeff Woods gave up his dream job as a detective to become an on-air radio personality. The sacrifice was worth it to keep Alex and Sean in his life, but Alex lost his job, too. Jeff can tell Alex worries he’s pressuring Jeff too much, first with Sean and now the lack of money, but he has no idea what that will lead Alex to do. Desperate times bring out the stupidity in some people, and when Jeff discovers Alex is in over his head in a situation he can’t handle, he needs all his self-control to stay calm.

Life is not easy with the Church of Virtue still spouting venom wherever they go, homophobes at the police department, a gangster who wants Alex in the worst possible way, and a bed that barely holds one grown man, much less two (and a child), but Jeff is there to stay for good, and he’ll do what it takes to make Alex believe him.


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Sunday, April 27, 2014

ARC Review: Picks & Pucks by Teegan Loy

Blurb:

Rising men’s figure skating star, Justin Corrin, is coming home to train for the upcoming season and face his demons. The last thing Justin needs is to fall in love with a hockey player. Instead of getting rid of his demons, Justin is collecting more. He tries desperately to control his growing feelings for CJ Daly, but finds being with CJ keeps his nightmares away.

Justin isn’t the only one with problems, and hidden fears and secrets threaten to separate the two. With the pressure mounting, CJ starts to pull away, and Justin doesn’t know why. His skating suffers, and he decides to stop wasting his time on love and focus on winning the nationals.

If Justin can destroy his demons, he might have a chance for happiness on and off the ice. But if the demons win, Justin’s life could be ruined.
Dani's rating:


The premise of this book is promising: A rising figure skater falls in love with a hockey star. The figure skater, Justin, left home at 17 following the death of his mom and hasn’t fully reconciled with his family. The hockey player, CJ, departed his former college under mysterious circumstances and is now playing for Justin’s dad, who is a hockey coach at the college where Justin, now 20, is training (why Justin makes this decision when he’s loath to come home is not explained).

The book is told in the first-person, present-tense POV, making the narrative feel jarring and jumpy. Entire events (like the National Figure Skating Championships) are summarized in a paragraph. We are told, never shown.

I like figure skating, but Justin could have competed in any sport. He is so caught up in the drama in his head (letting go of his mom’s death and the resentment he feels toward his dad and older brother) that his training is barely mentioned. You’d never know he was a skating champion, except, of course, he’s the best at everything and so talented he barely has to practice.

ARC Review: When All the World Sleeps by Lisa Henry

When All the World Sleeps
From the blurb:
Daniel Whitlock is terrified of going to sleep. And rightly so: he sleepwalks, with no awareness or memory of his actions. Including burning down Kenny Cooper’s house—with Kenny inside it—after Kenny brutally beat him for being gay. Back in the tiny town of Logan after serving his prison sentence, Daniel isolates himself in a cabin in the woods and chains himself to his bed at night. 
Like the rest of Logan, local cop Joe Belman doesn’t believe Daniel’s absurd defense. But when Bel saves Daniel from a retaliatory fire, he discovers that Daniel might not be what everyone thinks: killer, liar, tweaker, freak. Bel agrees to control Daniel at night—for the sake of the other townsfolk. Daniel’s fascinating, but Bel’s not going there.  
Yet as he’s drawn further into Daniel’s dark world, Bel finds that he likes being in charge. And submitting to Bel gives Daniel the only peace he’s ever known. But Daniel’s demons won’t leave him alone, and he’ll need Bel’s help to slay them once and for all—assuming Bel is willing to risk everything to stand by him.

Heather's rating:





Ugh, boy do I need a happy read after this one.

These authors sucked me dry (Emotionally! Dirty minds, all of you) and left me feeling totally depleted. Don't get me wrong, this is still a romance, but it is an exhausting one.

Honestly, the concept for this book was pretty brilliant. Daniel Whitlock does things he can't control while he is sleeping, including harming others and himself. Daniel's situation alone was enough to make me cry. I mean, that poor man. What he put himself through every night just to allow himself a few hours of sleep was... just brutal.

There are a lot of complex issues in this book, including the difference and boundaries between pleasure and pain, the need to be controlled for sexual gratification or self-preservation, and how to make a relationship work with an unstable and dangerous disability.

I alternatively admired and pitied Bel (the other MC) in this book. I know he willingly and knowingly entered into a relationship with Daniel, but I often found myself thinking that this whole situation would too overwhelming for one man to deal with without a team of doctors to help. Honestly, I would be scared living with Daniel, and I felt that fear color my reactions to the story.

In terms of writing, I think these authors did a very nice job creating a story that readers can immerse themselves in. I was completely invested in the story, and the authors did a fabulous job at creating the mood, the atmosphere. My only issue with the plot is the pacing. It dragged a bit in the middle and started feeling a bit repetitive. I know that the authors wanted to really take their time and show the progression of Bel and Daniel's relationship, but I could have used something to make the middle of the story more engaging.

Overall, this was a bleak, emotional, romantic, and depressing read that will stay with me for a while.



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Spotlight: Rustler's Heart by Amanda McIntyre





















Rustler's Heart
(The Kinnison Legacy Series, bk 2)
by Amanda McIntyre

Blurb: 
Orphaned by tragedy, Rein Mackenzie was taken in by his benevolent uncle at the Kinnison ranch alongside two others abandoned at a young age. Now, he and his 'brothers' carry on Jed Kinnison's dream of making the ranch a haven for those who need hope. But when a woman arrives claiming to be related to the Kinnisons, she brings danger-not only to his heart, but to those he calls family.
Liberty's presence is a surprise to the family she's never met, and while she yearns to belong, she knows her presence is a reminder of their painful past. Fearless, she dives in, losing her heart to the ranch, to the community, and to an unexpected summer fling.
But when dangers from her past catch up to her, they may cost her everyone and everything she has come to love.




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Saturday, April 26, 2014

Book Review: Love Lessons by Heidi Cullinan

Love Lessons (Love Lessons #1)
From the blurb:

Love doesn’t come with a syllabus.
Kelly Davidson has waited what seems like forever to graduate high school and get out of his small-minded, small town. But when he arrives at Hope University, he quickly realizes finding his Prince Charming isn’t so easy. Everyone here is already out. In fact, Kelly could be the only virgin on campus.
Worst of all, he’s landed the charming, handsome, gay campus Casanova as a roommate, whose bed might as well be equipped with a revolving door.
Walter Lucas doesn’t believe in storybook love. Everyone is better off having as much fun as possible with as many people as possible…except his shy, sad little sack of a roommate is seriously screwing up his world view.
As Walter sets out to lure Kelly out of his shell, staying just friends is harder than he anticipated. He discovers love is a crash course in determination. To make the grade, he’ll have to finally show up for class…and overcome his own private fear that love was never meant to last.

Heather's rating:





Another fabulous read by the always reliable Heidi Cullinan! I mean, what is there not to love about a college freshman virgin from the sticks and a male player reforming his ways?? Truly nothing. And a Disney theme to boot?? Yes please!!

Clearly this book had some of my favorite tropes and it delivered in a big way. I was needed something light to pick me up and this good old-fashioned M/M sappy romance did the trick! Very sweet, very slow-burn (which is a WIN for me), "Love Lessons" was all that I hoped it would be.

Now, it wasn't perfect. I had some issues with the pacing (it dragged towards the middle and the end) and I grew a little bored of the college campus politics. I also ended up comparing it to two of my FAVORITES from last December, Christmas Kitsch (which I praise far and wide, like it's my job) and Blame It On The Mistletoe (which was nearly perfect for me as well and with no pacing flaws). However, while this won't make my favorite's list, "Love Lessons" certainly deserves to stand tall and proud in the same field as those two other juggernauts.

ARC Double Review: Stalking the Hygienist (Paranormal Dentistry for the Fanged and Friendly) by Jackie Nacht

Blurb:

This lion shifter will go to any length to get his deer shifting hygienist, including going to the dentist. Bring on the nitrous oxide!

Beauregard made a mistake... a horrible mistake. Now embarrassed,he focuses on what he loves most, working as a hygienist at Paranormal Dentistry for the Fanged and Friendly.

As soon as Sergei saw Beauregard coming up to his meat counter, he fell hard for the deer shifter. The only problem is Beauregard is running from him. Being the lion shifter he is, Sergei decides to take matters into his own hand and goes hunting. However, Sergei never imagined he would have to face his worst fear and choke down a salad.What's it going to take to make Beauregard his?
Dani's rating:


This was cute...for all of two chapters. Then the flat prose and complete lack of world building and relationship development began to annoy me.

Various animal shifters live in a community isolated from humans, yet they have cell phones and take out loans on houses; how does that work exactly? The economy seems to revolve around restaurants, a bake shop, a dental office, and a grocery store. As lovely as this small town life sounds, if I'm going to read a story about shifters I need the author to help me suspend disbelief.

Sergei, a lion shifter, pursues Beauregard, a deer shifter. We're not told why exactly. Beauregard hesitates for all of two minutes before giving in. There's no tension, no build-up, and zero chemistry between the MCs. The couple from the first book is mentioned, but I don't think they say even one sentence to each other.

Book Review: Until Forever Comes (Mates #2) by Cardeno C.


Until Forever Comes - Cardeno C
Blurb:

Ethan Abbatt is a wolf shifter who can't shift. Plagued by pain and weakness all his life, he hopes to find an honorable death by joining his pack mates in a vampire attack. Instead, Ethan learns two things: draining his blood releases his pain and his wolf, and he has a true mate - a vampire named Miguel.

Miguel Rodriguez is more than four centuries old. Strong, powerful, and vicious, he walks through life as a shadow, without happiness or affection. When a young shifter tells Miguel they're true mates, destined to be together, Miguel sends him away. But Ethan is persistent, and Miguel can't resist for long. Once Miguel gives in, being together comes naturally. The challenge is keeping themselves alive so they can stay by each other's side until forever comes.

Sandra's rating:





Book 2 in the Mates series, just as quickly devoured by this reader as the first one, tells the story of Ethan Abbatt, a young wolf shifter who can't shift, and Miguel Rodriguez, a centuries old, powerful vampire. If you've read book 1, you might remember them as the mated pair who come to Jonah and Zev's assistance, and who are more or less responsible for Jonah's survival beyond his mother's womb.

Shifters and vampires aren't friends. Not that Ethan has any friends to begin with, what with the inability to set free his inner wolf. Miserable and ridiculed by his pack, a disgrace to his family, he hangs on to the coattails of his sort of friends when the young men decide to leave pack lands to go into town to mess with the vampires who've recently taken up residence.

Bleeding against a wall, seeing his sort of friends hurt, Ethan's wolf finally comes out to play. He's inexplicably drawn to the vampire who runs the coven, sensing his mate, scenting his true forever love, and Ethan shifts.

Miguel doesn't quite know what to make of the shifter who tells him he's his true mate, and dismisses the possibility for sheer improbability.

Until he doesn't.

Prejudice is explored quite well in this novel, and could be liked to interracial relationships - the comparison is most apt. There's an instinct to dislike or hate what we don't know, what's different from ourselves. Throw in a gay wolf who can't shift, until he meets his mate who's a vampire, the enemy of the wolves, and you got yourself a powder keg of prejudice.

Ethan doesn't care. He knows whom he has found, and tells his vampire as much. I loved how CC gave Ethan backbone and strength of conviction, how he let Ethan grow throughout the novel, and how he made it all make sense for his readers.

The first time mating was super hot, but also extremely emotional, as I've come to expect from this author, and as a reader I will always feel as if the moment is sacred and special. The connection between mates is cemented upon the first love making, and this was no different here.

Friday, April 25, 2014

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