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Insatiable [NOOK Book]

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What is a woman to do when two gorgeous shape-shifting men want to have a ménage a trois?

Scarlett has always had feelings for her two best friends, Issac and Lukas. The only problem is, the two men are in a relationship together. What Scarlett doesn't know is that her two friends have secrets of their own, deep and dark secrets that include her. She must decide to jump in with both feet and accept what they are offering, or turn her back on ...

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Insatiable

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Overview

What is a woman to do when two gorgeous shape-shifting men want to have a ménage a trois?

Scarlett has always had feelings for her two best friends, Issac and Lukas. The only problem is, the two men are in a relationship together. What Scarlett doesn't know is that her two friends have secrets of their own, deep and dark secrets that include her. She must decide to jump in with both feet and accept what they are offering, or turn her back on the two men she has always loved.

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of m/m intimacy, and menage sex.



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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780857153760
  • Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/27/2010
  • Series: Luecross Wolves , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 47
  • Sales rank: 159,372
  • File size: 252 KB

Meet the Author

Jenika is just your average woman. She lives in the too hot northeast with her husband and their young daughter. Thankfully, he shares her unusual sense of humour and naughty nature, so finding material for her stories isn’t a problem.Along with taking care of their daughter, they have to keep an eye on Milo and Otis, their spunky cats. When not writing, Jenika works full-time and attends nursing school. Writing is Jenika's number one passion, but since life gets in the way, she isn't able to write full-time (at least not yet).Jenika started writing at a very young age when her first story consisted of a young girl who traveled to an exotic island and found a magical doll. That story has long since disappeared, but her passion for writing hasn’t.
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I looked at myself in the mirror, smoothing my hands down the black corset and impossibly short red skirt I wore. My breasts were pushed up high from the tightly laced corset, the mounds looking ready to pop right out with every inhale I made.

I opted out of the stockings, preferring to feel the chill October air brush along my bare skin—it made me feel alive. I grabbed the white lace mini-apron off my vanity and tied it around my waist. I don’t know why I bothered wearing it since it was just a scrap of material, but I wanted to look innocent for tonight.

I walked over to the bed and grabbed the red velvet hooded cape, pulling the thick fabric over my shoulders and tying it around my neck. I sat on the edge of the bed and slipped on my stilettos, the heels adding a good three inches to my meagre five foot three. I looked at the finished product in the mirror and smiled.

My dark brown hair bounced with spiral curls and made me look younger than twenty-five. On a normal day my hair was poker straight, but tonight I’d curled it to achieve the whole, “I’m innocent and don’t want the big bad wolf to get me” look. I picked up some lip gloss and lathered it on my lips, fixed the black bow on the corset and headed downstairs.

I opened the front door and tested the air, letting the light breeze waft over me. I decided not wear a jacket, the velvet cloak long and thick enough to keep me warm. Besides, a coat would have ruined the whole costume. I could hear my phone vibrating on the kitchen table and shut the door and quickly ran—well, as best I could in my stilettos—into the kitchen.

My heels clacked on the hardwood and I snatched up my phone, checking the caller ID and grinning when I saw it was Isaac.

“Hey girlfriend,” I teased. Isaac’s gay—well, I guess the right term is bisexual—and he hates it when I talk all ‘girly’ to him, saying I shouldn’t stereotype people. Of course he’s right. He’s just so fun to tease though.

“You know how much I hate it when you talk like that.”

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