MOONLIGHT TEMPTATION releases today!
Evie Simmons has major issues. She’s got magical powers she can’t control, she’s living in a house that isn’t hers, and her best friend is a seventeen-year-old werewolf. It’d be hilarious if it weren’t just so damn depressing. Add in the sexy shifter she can’t keep out of her mind and his hot-as-hell friend and it’s a recipe for disaster.
Dr. Dane Dimitriou knows Evie has had a hard time adjusting to her new life as part of the Etruscan magical community—almost as difficult as his denial of his feelings for her have been. And he’s got the perfect cure—his best friend, Ryan Maguire. Easygoing Ryan is the complete opposite of stick-up-his-ass Dane. He can act as a buffer. Dane can get close, but not too close. Yeah, good luck with that.
Together, these sexy men may be just what the doctor ordered for Evie. And the doctor himself may discover the cure for what ails him has been right in front of him all along.
When I started to write MOONLIGHT TEMPTATION, I really had no intention of writing a menage. Evie was meant for Dane. Everyone knew that. But then I started writing the opening scene and there was this guy who walked up to Evie and told her Dane had sent him to seduce her.
Whoa, wait a minute. That wasn't the plan. Really, it wasn't. But obviously, Dane knew he needed a partner to handle Evie and who better than the only eteri he trusts with his most closely held secret. Ryan is his best friend and the only man he can trust with Evie's life besides himself.
This is the fourth book in the Lucani Lovers series and features a few returning appearances by some old favorites, including Cat. I love to write series for this reason. You get to revisit former friends, see what they're up to.
To celebrate the release, I'm giving away two copies of MOONLIGHT TEMPTATION.
Leave a comment, let me know what you like about my series, or what your favorite series are or just let me know you'd like to read the book. On Monday, I'll pick two names at random. Be sure to include an email address.
And thanks for reading!
(And don't panic if you don't hear from me much this weekend, the house internet has decided to go kerflooey. I'm hoping to have it fixed soon. God, I hope.)