Treat or Hex?

Treat or Hex?

by Jane Colt

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Overview

FROM EXCITING ROMANCE AUTHOR JANE COLT

Your actor best friend dons a sexy Halloween costume and tries to seduce you. Is it him or his character? Love or a game?

Drama student Gabrielle is distressed to find herself lusting after her best friend and improv partner Paul. Refusing to give in to her desire and ruin their relationship, she attributes her feelings to having gone too long without sex. Bree's friend Natalie proposes the perfect solution—a Halloween party featuring a special guy for her horny friend.

But the party is more complicated than Gabrielle imagines. Since they're actors, when she and Paul get in costume, they become different people—the rakish Mississippi Gambler Colonel Bartholomew W. Davis and sexy Bourbon Street Madam Miss Tiffany. She is shocked when Paul comes on to her! Is he as attracted to her as she is to him? Or wait! Is this just another round of ‘improv chicken'—a game they play in which they try to rattle the other so much that they break character?

Natalie asks for the green light to seduce Paul. Gabrielle's ‘sure thing' fails to show. Three horny witches tempt Paul with a foursome. He agrees! Or does he? And what about The Colonel's offer to pay Miss Tiffany for a night of pleasure? Gabrielle's head is spinning. Jealousy, lust... Such confusion!

Could it all be a trick that leads to a romantic treat?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781839434402
Publisher: Totally Entwined Group
Publication date: 10/13/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 90
Sales rank: 853,734
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Jane Colt began writing romances to deal with the stress of a ‘day job’ that’s mainly about examining the various ways people treat one another badly. An incurable romantic, her stories give her hope that we really can live happily ever after—even if only in our imaginations. She writes erotic romances because, having been raised in a morally rigid home, she wants to encourage in her readers a healthier, ‘sex positive’ outlook.

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