Trio (Google eBook)

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Kensington Publishing Corp., Jun 1, 2008 - Fiction - 272 pages
7 Reviews
One, two, three. . .countdown to wild fun with supersexy tales of women who get what they want, time after time. . .

Hot Pepper P.F. Kozak

Pepper Kaufmann is up for anything--and a threesome sounds intriguing. Two gorgeous males, one eager female--what's not to like? And she's got company. Once upon a time, Butch Lorenzo was the love of her life and he's still just as hot. Then there's her best friend Ted Duncan. Time to treat herself to both of the men she's always been closest to. . .

No Strings Attached Devyn Quinn

Dancer Lara Green stands to make a cool million if she agrees to be the main attraction at Nick Conway's scenic mountain getaway. All expenses paid, her job is simple: fulfill his fantasies and that of his best friend in any way they desire. Easy money, hot sex, and two delicious guys? She says yes. . .

Bring It On Jane Ledger

Oops. Nancy Roman just ran right into--literally--the hot cop of her sexiest dreams. Is she seeing things? Make that two hot cops. Good thing the accident wasn't her fault, because she'd like to get to know Jack Ginnis and Steve Karan, off duty and after hours. And out of uniform. . .as in big, naked, and buck wild. . .

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Review: Trio

User Review  - Cindy - Goodreads

Three thematically related stories [threesomes:] by three different authors. I liked the first two, probably because they ended up in permanent relationships. If I had to chose one over the other it ... Read full review

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User Review  - Freda - Goodreads

Three stories, about menage a trois. Let's start with the last one and work our way backwards, shall we? BRING IT ON, by Jane Ledger. I believe this was the shortest novella in the book, and I'm not ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

A fan of all things Goth, Devyn Quinn works in a library by night. She lives in New Mexico.

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