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Poor Kevin by Kate MorganPoor Kevin by Kate Morgan
Most men came to Louise Chapman for comfort,counselling or sex.And she gives it to them.Her boyfriend doesn't seems to mind.But when Kevin comes to see her everything changes.

Kevin is different.He Read More...
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