Triple Play

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Chrysanthemum

""On that dark day Arthur, mortally wounded, was taken to the Isle of Avalon by Vivian, Lady of the Lake, and Merlin, where he died and was laid to rest in the crystal cave..."" Well, actually, that's not quite the way it happened.

In truth, Queen Vivian and Merlin abducted the king and returned him to his home planet, Avalon. Now he's anxious to marry off his youngest son, Gareth. When Florian LeFleur, his wardrobe guardian, asks permission to bring his three ...

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Overview

Chrysanthemum

""On that dark day Arthur, mortally wounded, was taken to the Isle of Avalon by Vivian, Lady of the Lake, and Merlin, where he died and was laid to rest in the crystal cave..."" Well, actually, that's not quite the way it happened.

In truth, Queen Vivian and Merlin abducted the king and returned him to his home planet, Avalon. Now he's anxious to marry off his youngest son, Gareth. When Florian LeFleur, his wardrobe guardian, asks permission to bring his three unmarried daughters to court, Arthur decides it's the perfect opportunity and assigns Gareth to oversee their time at Came-a-lot Castle.

Despite her determination to remain heart-free, Chrysanthemum immediately falls for Gareth. Life should have been rosy but there were roadblocks along the path to happily ever after. The Blue Knight captured Arthur, Percival the dragon demanded a virgin, Queen Vivian decided it would be the perfect time to stage a coup and the Abbott at Solomon's Choice Abbey chose Chrysanthemum for their ritual deflowering.

Will Gareth get Chrysanthemum to the priest in time to save the king and Avalon?

Honeysuckle

When Florian LeFleur's wife runs away with an acrobatic troupe, leaving him with three marriageable daughters, he resolves to take them to Came-a-lot in search of husbands. Honeysuckle, his middle daughter, resigns herself to settling for just one man, though in her heart she longs to find two special men who will make mad passionate love to her for the rest of their days.

The first night at the inn, Honey encounters the hunkalicious Hieney twins, Peter and Dick, who claim her immediately and announce their intention to marry her at the first opportunity. Their plans are delayed as they deal with a coup attempt against King Arthur, are abducted by a wicked sorceress, experience wild poison-induced passion in a cave and meet a sexy well-endowed unicorn.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781419953064
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/30/2009
  • Pages: 196
  • Sales rank: 528,556
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.45 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2006

    OH MY GOODNESS!

    Grap some ice water and a fan and hold on tight for this one!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2013

    Don't waste your time!

    158 pages (nook) of just one big sex scene. While I don't mind reading about sex, 158 pages of it was too much. Plus, I paid almost $7.00 for JUST 158 pages! I wish they were required to tell us the length of the book. Disappointed!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2012

    Hot

    ## The sex was hot but the scenes dragged on a little too long. The rest was strange. There was no development of the characters whatsoever. I couldn't tell much about the heroine. Except that the author harped on her plump, plain body (i don't find that attractive). I did however like that the hero was so alpha and possessive.....mine....you're mine (talk about a turn on). And the second male lead was hot as well. So-so.

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  • Posted May 20, 2012

    WONDERFUL BOOK!!! PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE WHEN IS THE SECOND ONE

    WONDERFUL BOOK!!! PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE WHEN IS THE SECOND ONE COMING OUT?

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  • Posted June 3, 2011

    One of my fave Ellora's Cave books ever!

    This is easily one of my favorite EC books of all time! I've read it multiple times and it never gets old. Gabe is heartbreaking with his inner angst and the sex is hot enough to make you pass out. And then there's Jonah...good lord.

    Please, Please, Please write Jonah's story.

    *pretty pretty please*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2010

    you must read with your hunny near by

    I love this book Denny really know what she want, and take what she want and need from Gabe

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