Forbidden

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Pan Macmillan, Jul 5, 2012 - Fiction - 400 pages
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The Club. Located just outside Washington, D.C., only its members know where men go if they want to indulge the desire to share their women with a selected male partner. John ‘Mac’ McCoy resigned his membership from The Club when he married Keiley Hardin. Tempting and innocent, sweet and sexy, she would never accept Mac’s desire to share her with another man. However, Mac’s fantasies of sharing his wife haunt his dreams. And his passions.

Unable to wait any longer to draw his best friend Jethro Riggs into his marriage, Mac invites Jethro to their home with the intention of drawing Keiley into the pleasures that can only be achieved when sharing two men who love the same woman. But there’s more going on in Mac’s neck of the woods than a little additional pleasure. A past case, a stalker that likes to play games. Soon his wife becomes embroiled in something more dangerous than they could ever have imagined, as forbidden pleasure becomes an addiction none of them can escape.

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User Review  - booklovre6 - LibraryThing

Great erotic romantic suspense menage story! I hated the characters names, hated them! Kept stumbling over them the whole book! But I loved the sex, the plot (if predictable), the romance, the emotion. Good ending. Made me feel all warm and cozy. Read full review

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User Review  - LadyIsis - LibraryThing

This book is about characters that we haven't read about in any of the previous books. John "Mac" McCoy and Jethro Riggs have been friends since the joined the FBI. They have shared many woman and ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Lora Leigh lives in the rolling hills of Kentucky, and is the esteemed author of many novels of erotic fiction. Far from shades of grey, her writing is best known for its fiery tales of secrets, suspense, dangerous control and erotic obsession.

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