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by Eve Langlais
It’s TGIF, which means in a few hours I’ll be tossing back a few martinis with my best friend, Brenda. First, though, I need to deal with my crazy new client, a werewolf who thinks it’s okay to pee on his neighbor’s flowers because she’s a witch. What a shame he’s obviously got a few screws loose because bad boy Pete is seriously HOT.
His insanity must be contagious because I did the craziest thing later that night. I let my nemesis in the courtroom, assistant DA Anthony Vanderson, seduce me. In my defense, he’s got mesmerizing blue eyes–and a seriously sexy bod. Still, a woman should have some standards.
With my sexual itch scratched, I should be able to go back to my awesome life as a single gal.
My bad boy werewolf is determined to chase me, but he’s got competition because Antony is also determined to make me his. What’s a poor girl to do? According to my best friend, both of them. But I’m not ready to settle down in a threesome even if the tax breaks are awesome. Just like I don’t want to get involved in the investigation surrounding the gory murder of some supposed witches.
I guess a girl can’t always get what she wants–but boy, do my two suitors know how to give me what I need.
Erotic Paranormal and Romantic Comedy
Warning: This story has received a new look and title. Formerly known as Two’s a Couple, Three’s the Law. This story contains adult subject matter, menage situations and language that is not suitable for all audiences. Reader discretion is advised.
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