IT’S AN OLD STORY, THE TRIANGLE OF LOVE
Widow, Lady Jane Vernon, is once again trapped, back at her father’s home, and wish she could just find a place in the country and escape, especially from her hateful stepmother. Her only joy is working at the hospital assisting the nurses and aiding the soldiers. She is enamored by one particular soldier who has been unconscious but has a way of sparking passion in her, and then one day he is just gone.
From attending a ball, trying to avoid another forced loveless marriage to a man Jane can not tolerate, she hides and is confronted by a rakish gentleman who shocks her with his blunt words and challenges her to a tryst in the library. By the next day, it is scandalous news in the paper, and Jane finds herself into a forced marriage of convenience to none other than Gabriel, the Earl of Shevington. There are a physical attraction and plenty of passion along with discipline.
What happens when her soldier reappears and he is her husband’s best friend and former comrade, Major Connor Sullivan? The man has haunted her dreams and fantasies, but she is married. What will happen if Gabriel learns of her indiscretion while working at the hospital? The story is full of secrets on both sides and the consequences when the truth comes to light. How will Gabriel decide what is best for Jane, himself, and Connor, a man who not only saved his life but it as a brother to him? Sharing a woman as two single men in the past was one thing, but what will they do now that each man loves the same woman and she, in turn, loves both of them? What society doesn’t know won’t hurt them. The story is explicit in sex scenes, has infidelity, forgiveness, plenty of discipline, and ménage à trios.