Surrender's Edge [MultiFormat]
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eBook by Pepper Espinoza
eBook Category: Erotica/Erotic Romance/Romance
eBook Description: Geoffrey Kirk has been in love with his best friend, Nash, since almost the moment they met. Convinced that Nash would never return his feelings, he forced himself to move on, and fell for his assistant, Sunny. Despite his strong feelings, he never acted on them, and when he discovered Sunny and Nash together, he thought he lost his chance for happiness forever. Until Sunny and Nash make it clear that he hasn't lost anything...and he still has a great deal to gain... [Genres: Contemporary / Menage [M/F/M] / Bisexuality [M/M]
eBook Publisher: Amber Quill Press, Published: 2007
Fictionwise Release Date: April 2007
191 Reader Ratings:
"4 Cups! Toe curling sex and heart breaking sadness seep from the pages of this book. You feel for Geoff as he watches the two people he loves most in the world together. You will be disappointed in both Sunny and Nash for keeping secrets that will hurt Geoff. The love between all three of them you can feel in the air around you as you read. It is not until the end that you see where this was leading the whole time. I was very pleased with this story as the characters really show themselves and their deepest feelings. I will read this one again and again on the long winter nights when I need a little extra heat."--Coffee Time Romance
The kiss slowed, losing that desperate edge, and Nash put his hands on Geoffrey's hips, pulling him closer. Geoffrey could taste the sweet fruit juice on Nash's lips, and something else, something a bit bitter. He knew it was Sunny. He knew she could be coming to look for them at any minute, and knew what he was doing was wrong. So wrong. But desire flooded his body and he couldn't make himself stop. He was dying for it, dying for the attention, dying to explore every bit of Nash's mouth, and then further, to know every inch of his body.
"You've been wanting to do that for awhile," Nash murmured when Geoffrey finally lifted his head, but he didn't step away.
"Yeah, awhile," Geoffrey agreed.
"Why didn't you?"
Geoffrey's eyes widened. "Why didn't I slam you against a wall and kiss you? Did I have any reason to think you'd welcome that sort of treatment?"
"You really are oblivious, aren't you?" Nash asked, but not unkindly.
"Who said I was oblivious?"
"Me," Sunny said from behind him.
Geoffrey stiffened, taking a halting step backward. He didn't want to turn to face her. How could he explain pushing her boyfriend against the tree and devouring his mouth? He looked at Nash helplessly, but Nash didn't seem concerned at all.
In fact, he was smiling.