I’m so excited to tell you about this book! Wicked Pen founding member Nia Farrell has re-released her entire Three Graces trilogy, and you’re going to want these books. While all three are connected, they’re perfectly fine as stand-alone novellas. SOMETHING MORE is the third book in this HOT series, and it also really tugs on the heartstrings.
Here’s the description:
Loving a biker and his adult film star brother came at a terrible price. Taken by a rival gang, beaten beyond recognition and sexually assaulted, Rachel Givens saw a chance to survive by claiming the identity of the other girl who was taken and killed. She spent months recovering from her physical injuries but still struggles with PTSD. Add her three-year-old autistic daughter to the equation, and Rachel (now Rae Simmons) has her hands more than full as she makes a new life for them in a quiet little town.
When her former lovers walk into the restaurant where she works, it’s clear that the Colson brothers have come for more than the plate lunch special. Once Rachel gladly submitted to their domination, but she hasn’t been with a man since her ordeal. She has triggers and issues and a daughter whose needs come first. Cord and Cam don’t care whether or not Hannah is theirs. As far as they’re concerned, Hannah is Rachel’s and Rachel is theirs. They’ll do whatever it takes to convince Rachel that they belong together.
This newly expanded edition of a 2016 Golden Flogger Finalist is a BDSM MFM ménage erotic romance with adult situations and potential triggers. Written for Ages 18+.
I LOVE this book so much! Here’s a HOT little teaser:
Cam scoots his chair around. When I step between his feet, I’m facing him and, across the table, Cord. I lean forward, nuzzling Cam’s ear, watching his brother, remembering what it was like to have them both inside me. The plus-size dildo they bought to use while Cam was gone was a poor substitute for the real thing.
I catch his earlobe with my lips, caging it with my teeth and gently tugging. My mouth slides down, following the line of his jaw to the center of his chin. He was clean-shaven this morning, but Cam’s beard grows so quickly, he usually shaves twice a day. Right now, there’s sandpaper abrading my skin, making my lips ultrasensitive.
I glance at Cord, who’s watching us with the intensity of a hawk in a fresh-cut field, who knows that patience is a virtue well-rewarded. I just don’t know how prison has affected his control. Telling myself that I’d better not test it, I give my full attention to his older brother.
Cam smells like I remember him, ocean breeze and woodsy musk. I suck on his lower lip, hear the telling intake of breath, and know his body’s response. I’ve seen it too many times on screen and in person. He can go from flaccid to fully hard in seconds flat and can maintain an erection pretty much all night.
The memory jolts me, and I realize there is a tiny, tiny chance that my daughter is his. He usually took my mouth or my ass, but in a marathon session the night before the last time he left, he had all of me, every way that he could take me, with and without Cord, who was still there, watching, when he wasn’t joining in.
I wonder what he thought when I said that he couldn’t be Hannah’s father. Was he hurt, thinking that I could so easily forget? Or did he realize the horrors that followed mere days later messed with my mind?
“I remember,” I whisper against his mouth. “This. Us. I remember….” It’s why he needed tested, too. Oh, God.
I kiss him. Open mouth, tongue thrusting, hands fisting in his hair, bent on ruining his hundred dollar cut. Forgive me. Punish me. Take me. Don’t hurt me. My mind is a maelstrom, but my body is on fire.
The bag of peas falls to the floor. Rather than fisting my hair and pulling it like he used to during kink, Cam winnows his fingers in my pixie cut. If he rubs my scalp, he’ll feel the scar from the surgery, done to relieve the pressure on my brain.
My pussy throbs, outer lips engorged, inner folds getting wetter by the second. I feel a terrible emptiness in my womb. My breasts ache, hurting almost as much as they did when my sick baby Hannah slept through her feeding time. I long for what once was. For the three of us together, sharing my childhood home.
I wonder what Cord did with it. Except for the thousand dollars I left to my parent’s church, he inherited everything I had, everything my parents left me. The checking and savings accounts. Stocks and bonds. Daddy’s 401K and the insurance money divided into multiple CDs. The house I was forced to abandon, the day I officially died.
I pull back, breathing hard. Focusing on Cam, I look into eyes filled with pain, and hunger, and questions that I can’t begin to answer. “I’m sorry.” I touch my forehead to his, hoping he won’t press me to expound or to explain.
“You okay?” Cam asks, his voice hoarse with longing.
“I think so. And you?”
“I think so.” He quirks his trademark grin. “Give me two minutes in the bathroom and I’ll feel better.”
Where can you get SOMETHING MORE?
Amazon US https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DJB18PT
Goodreads (first edition 15 October 2015; 18,615 words) http://bit.ly/3Gr3GR
Goodreads (second edition) http://bit.ly/SomethingMoreGR