Archive for May 5th, 2011

In Emma Holly’s FLIPPING FOR CHELSEA, Shay and Liam shared an unforgettable night with their lifelong friend, Chelsea, awakening a rush of forbidden feelings—feelings they have to reckon with when the three reunite, and the unrequited lust between them is too much to bear.

Though Ava left her hard-knock Georgia childhood behind, she never forgot Luca and Angelo. Together they were best friends with a bond that could never be broken. But when she returns, the three must decide whether to face the fires that burn between them, or forgo their desires forever in Lauren Dane’s DIRTY/BAD/WRONG.

In Megan Hart’s JUST ONE NIGHT, fun-loving couple Kerry and Jeremy find themselves in a triangle of trouble when Kerry’s old crush, Brian, returns for a school reunion, and Jeremy gives her his enthusiastic approval to seduce him. But while Jeremy has no trouble sharing Kerry, Brian isn’t sure he can handle what’s coming.

Years ago, Walker walked out on Madeline when she needed him most. Now, the ex-Secret Service agent is back—hired to protect both Madeline and their billionaire friend, Tony. Madeline is determined to make him pay for denying her desires—and she’s not above bringing Tony in to sweeten the deal in Bethany Kane’s ON THE JOB.


Just One Night

That’s the title of my story in Three to Tango, an anthology I’m proud to be in with such great company as Bethany Kane, Lauren Dane and Emma Holly. When I was asked to do the story, all I had to go on was that it needed to be a menage or threesome premise, and that it had to be a romance. Strangely, the idea that sprang first to my mind was not about three people getting frisky in the sack, but instead about a woman caught between two men. Sometimes, that happens!

Kerry and Jeremy have been dating for a while. Living together. They don’t talk about marriage and love and babies, but she’s fine with that. Kerry loves Jeremy — at least she feels like she does, in whatever way it is that works for them. She has an unfulfilled fantasy, though, and the chance to make it happen. Jeremy’s not a jealous guy. In fact, just the opposite. He gets turned on by the thought of Kerry with another man and encourages her to fulfill her dream of having hot sex with her high school crush, Brian. So long as she comes back and tells him all about it, Jeremy’s more than cool with it. But as Kerry discovers, sometimes just one night isn’t enough!

Relationships take a lot of work, even with just two partners. Add a third and things become complicated, as Kerry discovers when she seduces Brian. Having two lovers takes up a lot of time and energy. Sometimes, a fantasy isn’t what it’s cracked up to be, and getting what you want means someone else has to go without.

Writing this story got me thinking about how easy it can be to fall in or out of love, and how twisty the path to “true love” can be. How people don’t always meet or start relationships in traditional ways. The world is full of romantic stories that do not begin with “Boy Meets Girl” and still end with “Happily Ever After.” I hope you enjoy reading Just One Night as much as I liked writing it — which was a lot!


Thank you Megan for visiting with us today!

To find out more about Megan Hart and her books, please visit www.meganhart.com. And for a chance to win a signed copy of PRECIOUS AND FRAGILE THINGS, just leave a comment below. Good luck! 😀

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