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Improper Improvisations 1

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The last man on earth besieged by naked night-dwelling emo girls! A tribe of ex-cannibals drooling over the soft white flesh of the missionary's wife! Innocent young men at the mercy of older women! Inexperienced spelunkers confronted by subterranean mutant nymphos! All this and a foaming Chewbacca! Nine saucy tales to tickle more than your funny bone.
Published September 14th 2012 by Smashwords
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Janno Jones
Jan 09, 2013 Janno Jones rated it really liked it
This is another collection of highly imaginative erotic tales from Aussiescribbler. I am amazed at the highways and byways of this author's imagination. There is humor and eroticism here, but also some horror elements. I was genuinely afraid reading the story about the spelunkers trapped in the cavern. The word "Precious" will forever after put fear in my heart, after reading that one. Other stories are funny, especially the porno remake of the classic Blue Angel film. This book is an ...more
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