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Soon enough, there are more strings attached than any of them expected.

Themes: commitment, dollfie, unusual hobbies, alternative lifestyle, friends with benefits, love triangle, friend zone, goth, Paris, London, disability Genre: New Adult erotic romance comedy Length: ~ 60,000 words WARNING Contains adult content: kinky sex, explicit language. And now he was facing the reality of being un-dateable. “And then, I messed up the address and sent the customer the normal MSD Tenshi Doll Sara head instead of the sleeping version,” said Anna, bombarding Gavin with words as foreign to him as pretty much anything in ancient Egyptian. She actually thought I opened her doll’s eyes.” Anna kept brushing her pale pink fringe aside as she talked.

I found out something about Mark that will forever change my opinion about him, and my ability to trust men has been forever shattered.

I begged her to just tell me over the phone, but she insisted that it had to be in person.

Expect inappropriate behavior on the subway, at a cemetery, and in a room full of dolls. Gavin’s eyes kept roaming over the pretty young face framed by hair the color of strawberries with a lot of cream.

Her hair color was in stark contrast to her wearing almost no makeup.

I asked Jessica to explain to me how she found out the truth about Mark.

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So Gavin comes up with a perfect plan – a no strings attached relationship, so they can fool around without overcommitting. Anna thinks she’s met the perfect boyfriend in Gavin, but her pierced and tattooed prince of darkness turns out to be yet another disappointment relationship-wise.

So we met up an hour later at the Jitterbug Cafe, our favorite java-spot to sip cappuccino and check out acoustic guitar music on a Friday Night.

However, tonight the sound of acoustic guitar music would be replaced with the sound of tears, sniffling, tissues being removed from tissue packets and other sounds that indicate that something sad is happening.

The reader by the door reads the presence or absence of the tags.

is a very short “book” on RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), a way to tag and identify objects over varying ranges, and how to use Arduino to create a few interesting RFID projects.

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