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An exciting and stunningly original new voice in Regency Era historical romance fiction, Jenny Brown works magic, mixing sensual romance with astrology for a truly unforgettable Star Crossed Seduction. Following the success of her sensational debut novel, Lord Lightning, Jenny continues her Lords of the Seventh House series—in which each hero is a different sign of the Zod An exciting and stunningly original new voice in Regency Era historical romance fiction, Jenny Brown works magic, mixing sensual romance with astrology for a truly unforgettable Star Crossed Seduction. Following the success of her sensational debut novel, Lord Lightning, Jenny continues her Lords of the Seventh House series—in which each hero is a different sign of the Zodiac—with an enthrallingly romantic tale of a British Captain of the Dragoons, a sexy Scorpion, who is smitten by a beautiful pickpocket bent upon revenge. A dark and sensual story reminiscent of the acclaimed novels of Loretta Chase, Anna Campbell, and Mary Balogh, but with a very tantalizing touch of the occult thrown in, Star Crossed Seduction is top-flight historical romance with a uniquely unforgettable difference.


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An exciting and stunningly original new voice in Regency Era historical romance fiction, Jenny Brown works magic, mixing sensual romance with astrology for a truly unforgettable Star Crossed Seduction. Following the success of her sensational debut novel, Lord Lightning, Jenny continues her Lords of the Seventh House series—in which each hero is a different sign of the Zod An exciting and stunningly original new voice in Regency Era historical romance fiction, Jenny Brown works magic, mixing sensual romance with astrology for a truly unforgettable Star Crossed Seduction. Following the success of her sensational debut novel, Lord Lightning, Jenny continues her Lords of the Seventh House series—in which each hero is a different sign of the Zodiac—with an enthrallingly romantic tale of a British Captain of the Dragoons, a sexy Scorpion, who is smitten by a beautiful pickpocket bent upon revenge. A dark and sensual story reminiscent of the acclaimed novels of Loretta Chase, Anna Campbell, and Mary Balogh, but with a very tantalizing touch of the occult thrown in, Star Crossed Seduction is top-flight historical romance with a uniquely unforgettable difference.

30 review for Star Crossed Seduction

  1. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    "Making love with him would be like embracing an otter." That was the point I started tweeting eyebrow-raising quotes on Twitter, not when I stopped reading. That didn't come until page 276. It was a decision I made not based on anything that had happened in the book, but because at 10:30pm, I had two choices: stay up to finish the book or put it down and go to bed, knowing I'd not pick it up again. I chose sleep. I'd already begun to skim, and that was a pretty good deciding factor. It's always a "Making love with him would be like embracing an otter." That was the point I started tweeting eyebrow-raising quotes on Twitter, not when I stopped reading. That didn't come until page 276. It was a decision I made not based on anything that had happened in the book, but because at 10:30pm, I had two choices: stay up to finish the book or put it down and go to bed, knowing I'd not pick it up again. I chose sleep. I'd already begun to skim, and that was a pretty good deciding factor. It's always a bad sign when I forget I'm in the middle of reading a sex scene because tweeting random quotes is more entertaining. "...bringing his lips down on hers and sucking hungrily at them, as if he could suck the truth from her." Am I the only one who cringed at this? I imagine him trying to inhale her face. Isn't there a Doctor Who episode like that? But that quote (among others, which I'm sure I'll share) is representative of the issues I had with this book. Star Crossed Seduction abounds with euphemisms, from "her most secret place" to "his jutting organ of pleasure" to -- and this is a new one for me -- "her hungry notch." It got to the point where I had to check the copyright date in the front of the book because the phrases sounded like my naughty magnetic poetry pack, based on romance books of old. I raised a brow when I saw "2011" staring back at me. And then there's the dialogue. It felt inauthentic to me, as though it was used to show character thoughts or further the plot rather than a seamless part of the story. I could point at sentences and think, "The character is saying this to show us X." Which, honestly, is what you do with dialogue and everything else in the book, but I don't want to know that as a reader, nor do I want it so obvious that it feels unreal. The dialogue certainly made me want to skim. The narrative was somewhat repetitious as well, especially when transitioning from one POV to another. The new POV would recap, from the new person's perspective, what had just happened. As if we didn't know. (I made a mental note of this, though, because I'm quite sure I've done something similar, and it was an important observation to me as a reader/writer.) The first sex scene, while both partners were willing, made me scrunch my nose. It comes from an emotionally mercenary position, almost forcing-without-physical-force and it was negative. Icky negative, with both characters filled with regret afterward. And not normal romance novel regret that's integral to the plot, but gross regret that teetered precariously close to rape in an emotional sense. I felt like I was supposed to be okay with it because the characters were so drawn to each other and they both physically wanted it, but the emotions they brought to it (and what Temperance did after it) made the entire experience feel... wrong. Especially when you added phrases like "Her nipple was so hard it gouged his palm" because I imagine this super pointy nipple that draws blood or, at the very least, breaks skin. If nipples can do that, well, it's beyond my experience. I also didn't realize there was such a heavy emphasis on astrology. Obvious now that I'm on Goodreads, so this is completely my fault in how I browse books at the library. It's odd considering the last book I read had such an emphasis on religion (which, as I said, I'm not normally a fan of), but I actually found myself more put off by the astrology than I was by the religion when I'd expect the opposite. Star Crossed Seduction didn't work for me, but that's the danger -- and fun, too, if I'm honest -- in picking random books off the library shelf.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Janet Robel

    Interesting romance with good characters.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    This is my first book by Jenny Brown, so I had no expectations. I read the blurb on netGalley, and thought it intriguing. I've never read a romance story that incorporated the Astrology, so I went for it. Let me just state that after reading it, I'm putting her début book and the first in her Lords of the Seventh House series, `Lord Lightning' on my Wish List and as soon as I get it, it'll go on top of my TBR pile. This story is so much more than just a romance. The blurb above is only the begin This is my first book by Jenny Brown, so I had no expectations. I read the blurb on netGalley, and thought it intriguing. I've never read a romance story that incorporated the Astrology, so I went for it. Let me just state that after reading it, I'm putting her début book and the first in her Lords of the Seventh House series, `Lord Lightning' on my Wish List and as soon as I get it, it'll go on top of my TBR pile. This story is so much more than just a romance. The blurb above is only the beginning of this beautifully crafted and executed, heartwarming and heart wrenching love story. The author has taken the time and care in developing, dare I say giving birth, to two characters that literally jump off the pages with life. I was impressed with its realistic portrayal of humanity of Trev and Tem. The emotions, doubts, second guessing and confusion of their feelings for each other were too real and heartfelt. This is one hundred percent character driven story that will grab you from that first paragraph where she introduces us to this young soldier that's not just lonely, but lost and in search of something that even he doesn't quite know what it is. As he meets and rescues Temperance Smith, his heart battles his mind over the fact that she gave him something no one ever did-the feeling of coming home. The scene in the alley, when Tem runs away from him, and he's left all alone and humiliated is so raw that brought me to tears. I literally felt his pain and humiliation. The scene after they're together for the first time is heartbreaking and very emotional. The depth and scope of these two characters made them very human and their road to each other became important to me. That, my Bookworms, is a rare talent in a writer and it's meant to be savored to the fullest! The combination of a fast pace, a believable and intriguing plot with twists and turns kept the story moving for me and at no pint did I ever find myself bored. As a matter a fact, I wished it was longer! Ms. Brown welcome to my Keeper shelf. I have no doubt you'll be there for quite a while! *ARC supplied by Harper Collins (Avon) via netGalley for an honest review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bridget

    I won this as a first reads winner and I really liked this book. The romance was a little humorous and extremely steamy. I would definitely recommend this book. The plot was a bit dark times but I don't consider that a bad thing at all, it gave more life to the story and characters than had everything been completely happy all the way through with no kind of conflict. I won't spoil the book for anyone but I definitely would recommend it to others. I won this as a first reads winner and I really liked this book. The romance was a little humorous and extremely steamy. I would definitely recommend this book. The plot was a bit dark times but I don't consider that a bad thing at all, it gave more life to the story and characters than had everything been completely happy all the way through with no kind of conflict. I won't spoil the book for anyone but I definitely would recommend it to others.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bayareabookaholic

    Interesting historical fiction. Set in London - on leave from India Captain Trevalyn catches a beautiful pickpocket who grabs his heart as well as his coin. The lovers are soon caught in a perilous web of intrigue as a coveted jewel of India goes missing. Themes of trust are plumbed in this mystery.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jess the Romanceaholic

    This is a Quickie Review. For the full review, please visit The Romanceaholic. Expected Release Date: September 1, 2011 (Available Now!) Publisher: HarperCollins Imprint: Avon Author’s Website: http://jennybrown.net/ My Source for This Book: Netgalley Part of a Series: Yes, Book 2, Astrology series Series Best Read In Order: Probably, but worked well as a standalone. Steam Level: Steamy Back in England after a long stint in India, Captain Mile Trevelyan must do his duty and find a proper bride and quickl This is a Quickie Review. For the full review, please visit The Romanceaholic. Expected Release Date: September 1, 2011 (Available Now!) Publisher: HarperCollins Imprint: Avon Author’s Website: http://jennybrown.net/ My Source for This Book: Netgalley Part of a Series: Yes, Book 2, Astrology series Series Best Read In Order: Probably, but worked well as a standalone. Steam Level: Steamy Back in England after a long stint in India, Captain Mile Trevelyan must do his duty and find a proper bride and quickly get her with child before he returns to India at the end of his leave. Determined to enjoy himself a bit before throwing himself into the marriage mart, he is accompanying a friend to a local brothel when his pocket is picked by a beautiful woman. Rescuing her from being turned in to the Watch, he can’t resist kissing her — and soon finds himself with his pants around his ankles and the lovely robber nowhere in sight. Smart and manipulative, Temperance Smith was not about to let this handsome officer — an officer of the dragoons who symbolize everything she stands against — get the better of her, no matter how delicious his kisses. However, her Scorpio nature prevents her from resisting a challenge when it becomes apparent that he has taken possession of her locket, the locket holding the image of her dear, departed Randall. It soon seems, however, that not only was Randall not who Temperance thought he was, but that Miles himself is much more than meets the eye. While I enjoyed this book, especially the second half, I couldn’t shake the feeling that there was something a bit “off” about it. Perhaps it was the unusual verbage, or the speed at which Miles and Temperance’s relationship moved once they’d agreed she’d be his mistress, but more than that, I could simply be that the overall tone of the book was darker than I’d originally expected. Regardless of the reason, I did enjoy Temperance’s character, and greatly warmed up to Miles about halfway through, and the level of importance put on astrology was a very interesting and frankly refreshing take on historical romance. With political plots, distrustful lovers, and a seemingly hopeless future, this book grabbed my attention from the very beginning, despite any issues I may have had. Therefore, in the end, recommended for fans of shady heroines, mistrustful (and not entirely gentlemanly) heroes, and relying on your wits to get out of a seemingly impossible situation. 3/5 Stars

  7. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Star Crossed Seduction is the second book in the Astrology series and the main characters Temperance Smith and Captain Miles Trevelyan represent the sign, Scorpio. Growing up I was a huge fan of astrology and literally gobbled up any information I could get on my sign, Gemini. I loved reading the daily horoscopes and learning about what my sign said about my personality. When I found out that in the past year the 13th sign Ophiuchus had been added to the zodiac, bumping me from Gemini to Taurus, Star Crossed Seduction is the second book in the Astrology series and the main characters Temperance Smith and Captain Miles Trevelyan represent the sign, Scorpio. Growing up I was a huge fan of astrology and literally gobbled up any information I could get on my sign, Gemini. I loved reading the daily horoscopes and learning about what my sign said about my personality. When I found out that in the past year the 13th sign Ophiuchus had been added to the zodiac, bumping me from Gemini to Taurus, I must admit that I was a little heartbroken. How could I no longer be a Gemini? What does it all mean?! No, but seriously, astrology is fun and at times surprisingly accurate but not something to be taken too literally. What made this book so appealing was that it was a chance to dive back into something that I once really loved. I haven’t exactly been thrilled with some of the books I’ve been reading recently and I’m sorry to say that Star Crossed Seduction was just another disappointment. Historical romance for me is a guilty pleasure. While it’s not my preferred genre, I like to read a “bodice ripper” from time to time. There are several authors who write historical romances that I know I can depend on because they almost always deliver a good read. I notice that when I venture outside this small circle I tend to end up unsatisfied. The worst is when a book starts out strong with a rich setting and interesting characters and then the drama sets in and the story just devolves into a jumbled mess of misunderstandings, evil plots and angst. If you’re a looking for a romantic tale where astrology plays a heavy hand in how these two strangers meet and fall in love, then this book will most likely pique your interest. However, if you’re at all bothered by stories that feature relationships built on mistrust and deception or plot devices designed to keep the couple apart, then I suggest you move along and find something a bit more tailored to your tastes. *I won this book on Goodread's First Reads Giveaways*

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I won this book through the First Reads goodreads giveaways and quite enjoyed it! Captain Miles Trevelyan (Trev) is currently on leave from India and because of his mother is in search of a bride. Temperance Smith picks his pocket as he's on his way to a brothel. A match made in heaven? Well not exactly, but a match made in the stars maybe. This book has a twist to it as it uses astrology to push the story along. It's quite an unique concept to romance novels, or at least is to me. I really like I won this book through the First Reads goodreads giveaways and quite enjoyed it! Captain Miles Trevelyan (Trev) is currently on leave from India and because of his mother is in search of a bride. Temperance Smith picks his pocket as he's on his way to a brothel. A match made in heaven? Well not exactly, but a match made in the stars maybe. This book has a twist to it as it uses astrology to push the story along. It's quite an unique concept to romance novels, or at least is to me. I really liked Temperance who turned out to be quite far from your typical fair maiden of the romance novels. She was living on the streets and taking care of herself but was still a bit naive (but not stupid) and it made for an appealing character. I wasn't quite as taken with Trev, who frankly, for a man, used too many words when he talked. Once or twice the thought, "just be quiet and kiss already" crossed my mind. When heroes get a bit flowery with their words it makes me chuckle a little. I also found him a wee bit arrogant in the beginning. Aside from the plot being a bit confusing here and there (which I think it was just my fault for not knowing some aspects of the time period that well), I really enjoyed the book and the unique spin of using astrology to guide the two leads. It was an extremely easy read and the author has a great writing style. I also see that this is the second book in the Astrology series by Jenny Brown and I do want to check out the first. While this book was about Scorpios, I'm an Aries and would love to see a book with an Aries couple... then again they'd probably kill each other the first chapter. :)

  9. 5 out of 5

    April

    RATING:4.5)STAR CROSSED SEDUCTION by Jenny Brown is an exciting historical romance set in 1820 Regency England. It is Bk #2 in a "Lords of the Seventh House" series that began with Lord Lightening,but can be read as a stand alone.This is a story on Astrology and Zodiac signs. "Star Crossed Seduction" is based on the Scorpio sign. This is the story of Captain Miles Trevelyan and Temperance "Tem" Smith. Their struggles with secrets,the past,betrayal,passion,loyality,romance,sweet sensuality,romanc RATING:4.5)STAR CROSSED SEDUCTION by Jenny Brown is an exciting historical romance set in 1820 Regency England. It is Bk #2 in a "Lords of the Seventh House" series that began with Lord Lightening,but can be read as a stand alone.This is a story on Astrology and Zodiac signs. "Star Crossed Seduction" is based on the Scorpio sign. This is the story of Captain Miles Trevelyan and Temperance "Tem" Smith. Their struggles with secrets,the past,betrayal,passion,loyality,romance,sweet sensuality,romance and love. While, Captain Trevelyan "Trev" and Tem must learn trust,they also fight their attraction.Captain Trevelyan is a dragoon that was stationed in India for a decade.He has issues with trust and loyalty. Tem is a pickpocket,who also has trust issues. Captain Trev is assigned to retrieve a valuable jewel,but along the way Tem is not only a distraction but someone he could loss everything for in order to gain the love and peace they both are seeking in their lives.A story that will leave you wanting to know more on Astrology and the Zodiac sign. A must read.A fact paced,action packed thrill with mystery and suspense. Received for review from the publisher.Details can be found at Avon, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers and My Book Addiction Reviews.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Samina The Story Devourer

    Star – Crossed Seduction is the second book in the Astrology series by Jenny Brown. It has a unique concept of a romance novel based around astrology.I always have had a curious interest in astrology so I was keen to start reading this book. The previous book in this series has received good reviews too. Captain Miles Trevelyan has just returned from his service from India when he meets pick- pocket Temperance Smith. He catches her red handed and thus our story begins. This story is based around Star – Crossed Seduction is the second book in the Astrology series by Jenny Brown. It has a unique concept of a romance novel based around astrology.I always have had a curious interest in astrology so I was keen to start reading this book. The previous book in this series has received good reviews too. Captain Miles Trevelyan has just returned from his service from India when he meets pick- pocket Temperance Smith. He catches her red handed and thus our story begins. This story is based around Scorpios, who are well known for their lust and suspicious nature. I would have to give it to the author that she played with their inhereant natures , intertwining it well with the story. The astrology was subtle and not in your face which was a plus. It was quite unusual for me to read a historical where the characters are not from the aristocracy. Moreover the female was from the streets. It started out well but halfway through, I lost interest. The characters just seemed to so suspicious of each other all the time and it hindered in the progression of the story. It just seemed that even after their happily ever after they would never be able to trust. Another point that bothered me was I knew well enough that Scorpios do sometimes like excessive sex, but it just did not come across as such. The sex scenes seemed a bit damp and prose-like (which might be appealing to some readers). Moreover, the author put in a lot of references about Colonial India which was great but being an Indian myself I found few of them bothering me. For example, Trev kept saying that he was speaking Hindustani, which literally mean ‘Indian’. So basically he is calling the native language ‘Indian’. It was like calling The Chinese language Chinese and not Mandarin. I am not saying the author hasn’t done research because it is obvious she has but some of them stick out for me.So for the record I think they were speaking Hindi, which is the predominant language spoken in India. I am not saying that this is not a good book. I usually rate them depending on how much I enjoyed reading them. This story was not to my tastes as I like to read a light romance. The setting and the story was slightly heavy for me. It may be what some reader like but personally I like romances with a bit of humour in them which it was lacking. I would recommend it to anyone who likes historical romances and wants something different from the Regency setting. ARC provided by NetGalley.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Yani

    Full review at : http://www.thesecretlifeofanavidreade... Star Crossed Seduction is a historical romance unlike anything I have yet to read. This is the second book in the new astrology historical romance series by Jenny Brown and while I think the whole concept is interesting, I felt a little confused. But let me start at the beginning… I have always been interested in astrology. No, this does not mean the stars, that’s astronomy, I get confused with the two all the time. This story has many face Full review at : http://www.thesecretlifeofanavidreade... Star Crossed Seduction is a historical romance unlike anything I have yet to read. This is the second book in the new astrology historical romance series by Jenny Brown and while I think the whole concept is interesting, I felt a little confused. But let me start at the beginning… I have always been interested in astrology. No, this does not mean the stars, that’s astronomy, I get confused with the two all the time. This story has many facets, astrology being a major part of one. It’s a romance, obviously, historical between a pick-pocketer lady from noble lineage and an officer of the King’s army (screams forbidden romance) now add in the mystery of stolen item, betrayal of the worst kind, fights for freedom, and conspiracy’s galore… that’s what Star Crossed Seduction is about! I thought everything I mentioned above was interesting enough, I liked the romance, I liked the mystery, and I loved the lack of trust that turned as desires grew. What I didn’t like as much was the astrology part, yes it pulled the story together and yes it was interesting, but towards the end it just got so cryptic and too much detail with the seventh moon rising in the Venus and blah blah. That, along with the legit historical language of the book, created a bit of confusion for me. Still I really liked the characters and the backstory, and even the way they come together. It was cute and exactly what I needed. My Review in a Tweet: If you are for a different historical romance that has some mystery and conspiracy themes to it, this is the book for you! Even more so if you love horoscopes :) Ratings: Plot Development: 7/10 Writing Style: 7/10 Characters: 8/10 Pace: 7/10 Uniqueness: 9/10 Ease of Reading: 5/10

  12. 4 out of 5

    Crystal ➳ Reading Between the Wines Book Club

    Jenny Brown puts a unique twist on romance with astrology in her latest historical romance release, Star Crossed Seduction. This is the second book in a new Astrology series for Ms. Brown and it made a wonderfully stand alone. To be honest, I had no clue that it was a second in a series until I started to write this review. Lol Though I didn’t love this book I did like it quite a bit. The concept was intriguing, a historical romance based on astrology which was a skeptical thing back then. I ado Jenny Brown puts a unique twist on romance with astrology in her latest historical romance release, Star Crossed Seduction. This is the second book in a new Astrology series for Ms. Brown and it made a wonderfully stand alone. To be honest, I had no clue that it was a second in a series until I started to write this review. Lol Though I didn’t love this book I did like it quite a bit. The concept was intriguing, a historical romance based on astrology which was a skeptical thing back then. I adored Ms. Brown’s writing style which was very poetic and fluid, weaving together a dark and heavy plot of royal intrigue and government subterfuge with a romance rife with deception and distrust. Though I did enjoy the concept I was unable to connect with the characters or even picture them in my head. Also, Temperance and Trev’s relationship lacked realism for me. They were so back and forth with each other and constantly suspicious, it was hard to believe that they were so much in love in such a short time when they couldn’t trust one another. The story also gets over detailed in the astrology department for those unfamiliar with it which can be confusing and take away from the actual story arc. Over all though, Star Crossed Seduction was still a good read and I would recommend it to someone looking for a different kind of historical romance.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    This was a really good read. I loved all the secrets and mystery. This wasn't just a romance but a mystery. It was great to see Eliza and "Lord Lightning" again as well. Lord and Lady Hartwood are running a home for girls who live on the streets. Eliza wants to try and give them a second chance to better themselves. Temperance ends up in the home but has trouble with the reforming part, especially with Miles hot on her tail trying to convince her to become his mistress. Nothing is straightforwar This was a really good read. I loved all the secrets and mystery. This wasn't just a romance but a mystery. It was great to see Eliza and "Lord Lightning" again as well. Lord and Lady Hartwood are running a home for girls who live on the streets. Eliza wants to try and give them a second chance to better themselves. Temperance ends up in the home but has trouble with the reforming part, especially with Miles hot on her tail trying to convince her to become his mistress. Nothing is straightforward in this book. Everyone seems to be hiding something. It was a wonderful story of love against all odds. I am really liking the Astrology Series. I'm really looking forward to reading more books from Jenny Brown! This book is an adult book with sexual scenes. You can find out more about Jenny Brown and her work on her website. You can also follow her on Twitter!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sharyn

    I really liked this story of two Scorpios, full of distrust but learning how to love. I especially liked that Temperance and Trev had flaws and made mistakes. Many times, the hero and/or heroine is perfect and always does the right thing. The only thing that threw off the story for me was the whole intrigue section when Trev and Tem visit Sir Humphrey and what happens immediately afterwards. I thought that was a bit contrived and didn't flow with the rest of the book. But, once that section is o I really liked this story of two Scorpios, full of distrust but learning how to love. I especially liked that Temperance and Trev had flaws and made mistakes. Many times, the hero and/or heroine is perfect and always does the right thing. The only thing that threw off the story for me was the whole intrigue section when Trev and Tem visit Sir Humphrey and what happens immediately afterwards. I thought that was a bit contrived and didn't flow with the rest of the book. But, once that section is over, it goes back to a wonderful character romance between the soldier and the once rich girl, now pickpocket.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Peter Atwood

    Wonderful story, half romance half spy thriller. This book kept me turning the pages until the end and I found the characters to be interesting and engaging.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kaylyn

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Brackmann

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nicoleta

  19. 5 out of 5

    Katie

  20. 4 out of 5

    Spencer

  21. 5 out of 5

    gkratz

  22. 5 out of 5

    Christine

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sherry Stewart

  24. 4 out of 5

    LemonJello

  25. 4 out of 5

    Louise Lowe

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sandra

  27. 5 out of 5

    Fernanda

  28. 5 out of 5

    Hawk's Angel

  29. 4 out of 5

    Marlene

  30. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

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