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      Kate Clayborn
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      A couple of months ago, I tweeted a simple photo that, as it happens, has an extremely potent connection to my romance writer brain: behind the romanc
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      romancesmells
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      These are all the reasons why I started the Male Scent Catalogue! I initially felt that women had a higher variety of scent descriptors than men do (purely anecdotal and solely based on the books that I read) but I guess they really do only fall into two categories: delicious or delicate. I might need to start tracking lady smells at some point.

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