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Intrepid Coitions was written slanted toward many various Men's Magazines but soon developed into the Novel. For those of you who desire a Sex-laden, true-to-life Novel, then Intrepid Coition's is the one for you. Nancy Dorman, the overly-sexed gorgeous blond with the flashing blue eyes and voluptuous breasts brings happiness to all who read of her understandable ...more
Paperback, 161 pages
Published December 28th 2000 by Xlibris Corporation (first published 2000)
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