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Available in Russia Shop from Russia to buy this item. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Together they treat love like a sport. He plays along with whatever game Graham devises. One night they make love only to each other. Graham feels something afterward, but brushes it off. When hes invited to Hawksfell Manor, Colin joins him. It will be a game to see how many servants they can take.
Neither of them talk about their night together. Lily Dursey is ladys maid to the Countess of Hawksfell. Her previous employer sexually assaulted her, but in return for her silence he wrote her a glowing recommendation. Graham wants to play with Lily.
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She succumbs to him and Colin, first with her body and then with her heart. Can Graham learn to play the game for real? Or will he lose the two people hes come to love? In this series View all Book 6. A novella from one of my favorite authors, The Gift is short and take place in over a few hours in a day.
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This is the second novella from Kane that I thought was not to my taste. This story left me flat and without any emotion other than — well that was quick. I enjoyed the first one for its banter between protagonists and hoped for the same in this book. Alas, I did not get my wish. Eleanor Enderby is on the run from her abusive husband. Well, not so much. The holder of the Stewart Pearl might have something to say about that. Um, sure right — that sounds about fair price for that. I really thought she would have been smarter than that considering she had her father as her only mentor.
When it was time for him to proclaim his love — I was over him. John were two of the more interesting characters. I did get an HEA so I was okay with it by then end. Please help me welcome her to the blog! Tell new readers about the Brothers in Arms series.
Brothers In Arms is a Regency historical menage series. Most of the men are suffering from some level of PTSD or physical injuries from the war. During the war the men became very close and paired off as lovers or best friends who shared women in bed. What do you think draws readers to menage stories? The titillation of the forbidden. The idea of two men for one woman, sort of having your cake and eating it, too.
They are completely different stories. My husband teases me mercilessly for the dirty romance novels I love to read. Does anyone in your family read your books? He was the one who encouraged me to write my first erotic romance.
He was my first reader and my first fan. Brothers in Arms was very popular from the first book, The Courage to Love, and when the second book, Love Under Siege, was as successful, I wanted to brag about that success. There were some shocked reactions, and quite a few family members have not read my books because they find it hard to reconcile me with what I write. But overall there has been overwhelming support from my family for my writing career. Nick tapped lightly on the door.
It had been left ajar, so both he and Oliver assumed this was it. If not, they would have to do some quick explaining.
Oliver laughed and in turn grabbed Nick and dragged him right behind. Once they were in there he only got a quick impression of Vanessa before she slammed the door and they were all lost in the dark. What if someone heard? Vanessa moaned as if in pain. Nick felt a hand on his hip and he caught his breath at the thrill that shot through him. He stepped closer, but Oliver patted his buttock and pulled away. There was some rustling in the dark and then a soft, fragrant shape was pressed against Nick. She squirmed, and Nick forgot his disappointment over Oliver moving away.
He gave a little rub and a slight moan escaped him.
The transition had been so quick he ached from it. Her trust in them? More likely simple anticipation. Now he wanted to taste it—to possess it and be consumed by it. Vanessa made a little distressed sound and started to move away. Her steps were clumsy and Nick could tell that Oliver was blocking her retreat. He reached out and put his hands on her hips, holding her against him. I want to see you two. I like the dark. For a moment they all stood still, their harsh breathing cutting the air. There was heat arcing between them, and Nick felt like the conduit.
He was burning up inside. His nose found her hair and he followed the curve of her cheek down to her neck. When he put his mouth on her sweet-smelling skin she whimpered. He felt her tremble under his hands. And then he heard it. Heard the sound of their lips meeting, the gentle sounds of a sweet kiss.
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She sighed and tilted her head as if leaning into his hand. Nick pressed his finger against the corner of her mouth. And you can see what love tastes like. He liked the feel of her mouth moving against his finger and he slid it along her lower lip, outlining it.