Wednesday's child is full of woe...
Tristan Collins knows Lane Bryce is strictly hands-off. She's smart, funny, kind...and married. But he still looks forward to her once-a-week visits to the family pub where he tends bar. When she fails to arrive one Wednesday, Tris is concerned. When he learns she's in the hospital, brutally beaten after attempting to leave her unhappy marriage, he's enraged. Tris vows to protect her, but doesn't get the chance-Lane checks out of the hospital and disappears without a trace.
A year later, newly divorced Lane is back, and enjoying her independence too much to embark on a relationship. Tris intends to prove she can have freedom and love, and he's not above using seduction to do it. The more she resists, the more he sets her body ablaze with pleasure the likes of which she's never known.
After a lifetime of disappointment, trust doesn't come easily for Lane. But when her ex-husband reenters her life, threatening her independence, her happiness, she could discover too late that Tristan is the one man worthy of not only her trust, but also her love.
Thursday's child has far to go...
In high school, Lily was too shy to do anything about her feelings for her best friends, Justin and Killian. Now she's ready to put to rest her regrets with a proposal that might shock even her oversexed friends-the three of them, together, one night, multiple positions.
K and J are more than a little surprised to see Lily at their ten-year reunion. The plain Jane they remember is now a stunning woman-who wants to have sex with both of them. Who are they to deny her? Even if Killian suspects they might be treading on dangerous emotional territory.
The night stretches into the weekend and, as K suspected, none of them want it to end. But he and Lily know people live in pairs, not trios, and they call a halt now, before it's too late.
Justin, however, knows a good thing when he sees it. He's ready to fight for what he wants...what they all need. He just has to convince Lilly and Killian that unconventional can also be extraordinary.
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