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Real name: Katrina
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I stumbled across this website a while back .... kind of got addicted. I've just got the one story so far, and I don't think I'll be writing any others. It might take me a while to update, sharing two computers with five brothers doesn't give you much time to type up 1500+ word chapters!
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Too Far Gone by Gemmika
Rated: Professors [Reviews - 1174]

Summary: *How far would you go for love?* "If you touch her again, I'll kill you." "Go ahead for I'll come to her again and again." *Is it worth it?* "James leave her alone, she's no good for you." "Don't say a word against Lily!" *Will it last?* "It's forever, I've known it sice the day I met you." "Forever is a long time." "Not if you love someone..." I am finally re-editing this story, please take a look and see all the new stuff!

Categories: James/Lily Genre: Warnings: Abuse, Non-Consensual Sex, Sexual Situations

Word count: 58398 Chapters: 24 Completed: Yes
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11/13/04 Updated: 01/27/05


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