Series: Sensual Erotica

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Loving Amy (Sensual Erotica, #1) by Red Phoenix1
Boy Toys (Sensual Erotica, #2) by Red Phoenix2
Bottoms Up (Sensual Erotica, #3) by Red Phoenix3
Deeper Baby! (Sensual Erotica, #4) by Red Phoenix4
Taming Feral (Sensual Erotica, #5) by Red Phoenix5
The Flame (Sensual Erotica, #6) by Red Phoenix6
His Embrace (Sensual Erotica, #7) by Red Phoenix7
Her Gift (Sensual Erotica, #8) by Red Phoenix8
British Lover (Sensual Erotica, #9) by Red Phoenix9
Secret Admirer by Red Phoenix10
The Quartet (Sensual Erotica, #11) by Red Phoenix11
Thrilling Her (Sensual Erotica, #12) by Red Phoenix12
Lover Mine (Sensual Erotica, #13) by Red Phoenix13
Amy's Choice (Sensual Erotica, #14) by Red Phoenix14
The Erotic Adventures of Amy and Troy: Sensual Erotica: The Erotic Adventures of Amy and Troy: Sensual by Red Phoenix1-14

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