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A past with three, a future for two…

Sequel to A Question of Trust.

Gabe Carter and his best friend Connor’s passion for threesomes brought Tina Jenkins into Gabe’s bed—and into his heart. As a matter of honor, he gave up the woman he loved. Time passes, times change and old promises fall away, but Gabe is still in love with Tina. Now he’s going after his heart’s desire.

Tina has her own opinion about Gabe’s sense of honor. His departure tore apart the most special of bonds and destroyed her relationship with Connor, leaving her brokenhearted. It took her a long time to pick up the pieces, a struggle she doesn’t wish to repeat. When Gabe shows up at her favorite coffee shop, she knows just where to tell him to stick his apology.

Gabe isn’t so easily put off—and Tina can’t help but respond to his seduction. Picking up where they left off is tempting, but Gabe wants her all to himself. And Tina wants the whole package, which includes Connor.

At the risk of crushing his hopes for the future, Gabe sets out to prove he’s more than enough man for her…

Warning: If piping hot sex, ménage scenes, adult toys, anal play, short blonde heroines and stacked, muscular heroes are not your cup of tea, then don’t read this book. You won’t enjoy it.




A Question of Fate?


Deep down at heart I’m one of those romantics who believes when you fall in love it’s for keeps. No matter what happens between the two of you, or how bad things may get, in the end you work it out, and get your relationship back on track. You find your way back to each other.

But am I being naïve? Am I living in a world of fiction? In that world I’ve written three books about ex-lovers reuniting. (A Question of Love, Only Tyler and Steve’s Story.) In each of these books I have known for sure the characters where meant to be together. It was fate – or as they say in Hebrew, besheert.

When I hear stories about couples breaking up or getting divorced – couples I’d always perceived as being happy together – I struggle to come to terms with it. I tell myself over and over it’s just temporary; they’ll soon discover they can’t live apart. And I am unfailingly shocked when they remain separated.

Then I have to question my intrinsic belief in love being for keeps, because what about that “first love”? Remember him? The guy (girl) you thought you’d never get over? The one you loved so deeply your heart just about shattered when you broke up? I bet, like me you believed you were meant to be together and somehow, some way, you would be a couple again. And yet, like me, I bet now you laugh at the thought. Yes, somewhere deep inside, you’ll always have a soft spot for him (her), and every now and then you take out those treasured memories and smile at them, but really, that’s all they are. Memories. You moved on a long time ago.

So how can I believe in love lasting forever? Am I mistaking love for fate? Because, as with the first love, most of us have fallen in love and then fallen out of love. But what about when we find “The One”? The person fated to be your partner. Your besheert. Do you think it’s so easy to fall out of love with him (her)?

I don’t. And perhaps this is where I should change my opening line and say:

Deep down at heart I’m one of those romantics who believes when you fall in love with the one fated to be with you it’s for keeps. And yes, I believe once you have found your fated love, no matter what happens between you, you will always find your way back to him (her).

I have to believe that. After all, I’m a romantic at heart.


If you enjoy books about lovers fated to be together, don’t miss my new release, A Question of Love. It’s available from the 10th of November at Samhain Publishing.

Fatin, once again, THANK YOU for inviting me to blog over at Novel Thoughts.

Jess Dee
Dee-liciously Sexy Romance



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