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- Publication Date: July 19, 2016
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First of all, a warning: this is the least sexy erotic tale I've ever read and while that normally wouldn't be a big deal, I feel somewhat guilty about enjoying this. These characters are the very reason I never got into online first person shooters. I had had already made the mistake of wandering into video game forums as an easily identifiable female (old one at that) back in the early 00s, so...
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Recommended for anyone who has ever been called a tirade of slurs by a twelve year old on Xbox Live.
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