We Three

One and One and One Makes Three

by Lara Zielinsky

We 3 - Lara Zielinsky
Editions:ePub - First Edition: $ 8.99 USD
ISBN: 9781944591724
Pages: 221
Paperback - First Edition: $ 17.99 USD
ISBN: 9781944591724
Size: 5.50 x 8.50 in
Pages: 221
Kindle - First Edition: $ 8.99 USD
ISBN: 9781944591724
Pages: 221

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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Excerpt:
He was handsome...
 
[Eric] had blond hair mixed with strands of brown. She didn't think he colored it, since his mustache was similar. It was also trimmed neatly, and he wore his suit comfortably, a clue that he was used to wearing good clothes. She had looked him over pretty thoroughly when she'd turned to his voice in the art gallery.
 
She was breathtaking...
 
[Jess] caught her breath. There was no mistaking that face; even with the unmasked lines of her bow-like lips and the tawny tan of her Latina skin. This was Elena from Eric's photographs. Jess's pulse sped up as she regarded the brunette.
 
They both wanted her...
 
"Jess," Eric said, "was just refreshing our drinks."
"He's an incredible photographer," Elena said.

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Jess was deeply affected by the woman's lightly accented tones. The woman's lips curled into a secret smile while she held Jess's gaze. "It isn't just the camera that gets so deep inside you," she added.

Elena's fingers drifted across the bar top. Tingles erupted up Jess's arm on contact and flowed into her chest. Stifling a moan, Jess rolled her bottom lip between her teeth.
"Perhaps I might still have a chance?" Elena said, her gaze staying on Jess.
 
All she had to do was say yes
COLLAPSE
Reviews:Natalie W on Tattered Book Blog wrote:

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Lara really di an awesome job with this book. I am bi and poly so this book really touched home especially right now in my life. The relationship that grows between the three of them is so awesome and the sex bow chica bow wow.. LOL

I'm always afraid I will post too much so lets start little by little.

This starts with a swinger couple that have been together for so long but although they have so much fun together they (I feel) were missing something. Then they met Jess which is a broken girl that turned into a gypsy. She has traveled all over and looks to travel again soon. That being said she has met this couple and now feels so much she didn't think she would again. Three people all the feels? But will it work?

If you are into these types of books then you will LOVE THIS BOOK!!


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 😉

She ventured around the private sector doing practical things as a journalist, technical writer, systems analyst, computer user support and documentation specialist. Dissatisfied, Lara decided she ought to be doing something she really loved: writing fiction. She had written lots and lots of fanfiction but decided to take a 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.” Proof that "writing fanfiction" is a legit way to prepare to be a "real writer."


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