Aboriginal Lover : Erotic Sex Story: (Adults Only Erotica)

Xplicit Press

This erotica short story collection contains explicit content and is suitable for adults only.

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For American student Paul, the wild night in Colorado that lands him in bed with sexy Australian exchange student Jinny is like a dream. What starts as one night becomes a longer relationship, as the two carry on a steamy love affair. When the semester ends and Jinny must leave, Paul intends to stay in contact with her. But his letters and emails go unanswered, and month after month pass without any word from Jinny. He begins to doubt her and what their relationship really meant. But no matter how much time passes, he cannot forget Jinny. After months of saving, he scrapes together enough money to fly to Australia, and travels deep into the central red desert wilderness. With nothing more than the name Uluru to go on, Paul seeks to be reunited once and for all with his lover, if only he can find her.

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Sep 6, 2012
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Fiction / Romance / Erotica
Fiction / Short Stories (single author)
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