Eric and Elena Tanner have been enjoying their lifestyle membership at the Club Caliente for years. Swinging fulfills their desire to meet new people and engage in group sex.
When the new bartender, Jess, flirts with them and agrees to play in a threesome, Eric and Elena make plans for a single night of pleasure. All three are satisfied, so Jess is invited to come again. And again.
For months Elena, Jess, and Eric meet up for lots of sex, and dinners. There are casual nights in Netflix and chilling. It's heady, addictive and no one wants it to end.
However, they all know that's the deal in the lifestyle. Swingers move out of each other's lives all the time. Complication is the enemy. So what happens when they start to fall in love?
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About the Author
Writing was a constant in Lara’s life from an early age and she seemed gifted at little else, being rather awkward and clumsy at almost everything. But a degree in literature wasn’t “practical” so she studied and apprenticed, and put her name… oh, wait, no, that’s someone else. (if you recognize that run-line, you will know the very first series I ever wrote fanfiction for, at the tender age of 14)
Anyway, after college training and venturing around the private sector doing “practical” things as a journalist, technical writer, systems analyst, and documentation specialist, she finally hit upon the realization that she ought to be trying to make a living doing something she really loved: writing fiction. As a hobbyist, she wrote short stories and fanfiction but then decided she needed a “real” writing course. The professor, writing unseen, declared she’d probably not do too well. She still prizes the workshop copy of her short story where he wrote in the margin: “This is brilliant. I’m sorry about what I said. You are a real writer. Publish already.”
Her first novel, Turning Point, received the 2007 Lesbian Fiction Readers Choice Award. She was also a finalist for the 2008 Debut Author award from the Golden Crown Literary Society. She has sold short stories to several anthologies, and reviews and articles have appeared in several LGBTQ newsletters. Her second novel, Turn for Home, was first published in 2010. For several years her inner journalist got a rebirth hosting a writer interview program on Blogtalkradio. She has worked as an editor for several publishers and continues to write while teaching. She lives in Florida with her family.