Oct 17, jenjn79 rated it liked it Recommended to jenjn79 by: previously read author Shelves: info-full , reviewed , genre-romance-erotic , theme-bi-menage-hea , format-trade-pb , stars , , published Rating: 3. I skipped her next book, Secret Ties and was likely to skip this one. I finally gave in and bought it. Was it worth it? Ya know, I actually mostly liked the book.
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While she writes, she listens to inspirational music, lights candles and keeps crystals near. Before devoting herself to her passion as a writer, Opal spent 15 years as a software analyst, and she has a degree in Mathematics from the University of Waterloo. She lives with her husband and two sons in Ontario, Canada. Read an Excerpt One Danielle Rayne wheeled her suitcase into the elevator and turned around. As the doors closed, her gaze caught on two tall, attractive men, one with short tousled sandy blond hair and one with light brown hair neatly tied back in a ponytail.
They were crossing the hotel lobby toward the reception desk, both stylishly dressed in slim-fi t jeans. Oh my God. Trey and Jake. The two men she had fantasized about for almost fi f-teen years. Two men who had haunted her dreams. Kissing her. Holding her. Her cheeks fl ushed as hot, sweaty images from those dreams rippled through her mind.
The older woman standing beside her glanced her way. She took a deep breath and tried to steady her racing heart. As much as she yearned to be with Jake. Because Jake and Trey were in love. At least, they used to be. When she knew them in college. Were they still together? They had arrived at the hotel together. A lot of the old gang would be here. Old friend?
Well, more like an acquaintance now. Danielle had always intended to write her back, but never seemed to get around to it. Well, no use beating herself up about it. She was here now and that was all that mattered. The elevator doors opened on the fi fteenth fl oor.
She smiled at the lady beside her and stepped from the elevator, then pulled her suitcase behind her down the long hallway toward her room. I hope you enjoy your stay.
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