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Can You Feel Me? by Joey Nichols
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Can You Feel Me?

by Joey Nichols

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I was lucky enough to beta read this one. *SIGH* I love men in kilts! Such a great short story. I often feel like I'm missing something and have trouble feeling the connection between the MCs in short stories because everything is rushed, but didn't feel like I was missing anything or have trouble feeling the chemistry/connection in this one. Really my only complaint, which isn't actually a complaint, is that I want more! ( )
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