A Willful Woman…

Thoughts about books from a romance addict.

More Fun With Scanning Errors

on April 1, 2015

“I don’t want to 50 with you, Diego.”

I’ll just bet you don’t.


6 responses to “More Fun With Scanning Errors

  1. hilly says:

    Shades of some other book? 😉

  2. Erin Burns says:

    I’m a little afraid to find out precisely what that was supposed to say.

  3. Olivia Dade says:

    I like it! It’s like a Rorschach test for determining the inherent filthiness of your imagination. (NOTE: If it’s anything like what I considered, Diego should be ashamed of himself for even suggesting a “50” session.)

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