Tempting Tamera [Circle of Three Series Book 1]
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by Brynn Paulin
Category: Erotica/Erotic Romance/Romance
Description: A new job, a new home, a new lifestyle.... When teacher Tamera moved to Cranston to teach, she knew the lifestyle she'd encounter would take some getting used to. Though she was raised in an open-minded household she doesn't have experience with menage relationships therefore her attraction to her fellow teachers, Kai and Brian, takes her by surprise. When the trio is stranded together during a freak snowstorm, Tamera discovers her attraction isn't one sided. In fact, the men have been waiting for the opportunity to show her how perfect three can be.
eBook Publisher: Total-e-bound, 2008 2008
eBookwise Release Date: May 2008
547 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [71 KB]
Reading time: 40-56 min.
"Tempting Tamera is a great read. I was impressed with how classy the ménage a trios scenes were written and how much emotion she gave to her characters."--Julie, Simply Romance Reviews
"Annie, do I need to call your mom and dads?" Tamera Gentry asked the third grader standing on the other side of her desk. Three months ago, she'd never thought such a phrase would pass her lips. She'd barely imagined such a situation existed. That was until she'd come to Cranston to teach.
The little girl shook her head and Tam softened her gaze. "Then you need to stop talking in class and do your assignments. Understood? The other students can't do their work if you're distracting them and it's affecting your work, too. Let's try a little harder tomorrow, okay?"
"Yes, Ms. Gentry," Annie muttered, shuffling her feet. "Sorry."
"Okay. Now go on and catch the bus. I had Ms. Thompson make sure they wouldn't leave without you."
Tam leaned back and shook her head as her student scurried away. No doubt she'd be bursting with whispers again tomorrow. The adorable little angel was full of charm and the devil. Which of her fathers she'd gotten that from anyone knew.
Tam stared off into space. She didn't particularly want kids--teaching made great birth control--but the thought of having four strong arms holding her made her stomach wobble in ways she'd never experienced before. What would it be like to belong to two men? She supposed she could ask. Cranston was a gated community built on lifestyle not wealth. This was no Stepford, but life here had an idyllic quality she'd never experienced elsewhere. That didn't stop her from occasionally feeling like an outsider. She was a single woman in a group of triads.
You could have someone. You only have to say yes.
Not a prayer.