Book Blast for Georgia Knights by Julia Talbot (Published by Torquere Press Inc; Cover Artist Alessia Brio; Sept 16, 2014, 147 pages)
When anthropologist Georgia Cortez heads to rural Georgia from New Mexico, she’s on the trail of a juicy old legend. Haley Falls seems like just the place for old-time ghost stories and spooky hauntings, but she’s on the hunt for something far rarer, a survival of an old sect of medieval knights.
Caid and Alton are Haley Fall natives, and they used to be best friends. A falling out years ago ended in them not speaking, even after Alt left town and returned older, if not wiser. They unite when it comes to a nosy scholar like Georgia picking apart their heritage, and putting their whole town in danger. When boys meet girl, though, they decide wooing is far better than scaring the lady off, and they set about distracting Georgia in the best way.
While their three way romance heats up, so does the intrigue in Haley Falls, until the three of them are facing a danger far worse than falling in love with each other.
Categories: Bisexual, Contemporary, Ménage, Thriller
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“Boys…” She felt all flushed and tipsy, like her skin was too hot. It was amazing.
“Alt…” Caid stared at Alton over her head. “You. Damn it.” There was no anger there. Just a strangled heat.
Alton lifted one eyebrow. “Whut? We’re all adults here. There’s no reason not to enjoy ourselves.”
Well, that was true enough. She sure was enjoying them. A lot.
Georgia took a bit of pizza and offered it to Caid, holding it up to his lips. “Want some?”
“Mmmhmm.” Caid nipped it out of her fingers, licking at a little sauce that slid down to her knuckle.
She watched as he licked her finger clean, then offered a bite to Alton, going from sweet smile to wicked grin.
“Tasty.” Alton was more blatant, nibbling her fingers along with the pizza, loving on her.
Her nipples were hard as rocks, her belly taut and tense.
“Lord, Caid. She smells good, huh?” Alton leaned on her, smiling across at Caid, hand pushing Caid’s against her under the table.
“You both do.” Caid said it on a moan, Adam’s apple bobbing.
“Y’all are enough to make me breathless.” Talk about mating rituals. Jesus. She could write a bestselling erotic thesis about them.
“You’re the hottest thing I’ve seen since I laid eyes on Caid, and he’s been resisting me for years.”
Oh. Oh, God. Alton obviously had no filters. She took a moment to visualize that — fine bodies moving, rubbing. Kissing. Oh. Pretty.
Caid made another one of those noises, sounding almost pained. “Y’all.”
“I. Is there somewhere… The cook’s watching us.” And she wasn’t putting on a show for the sixteen-year-old, acne-ridden mouth breather.
“My place.” Alton threw a bunch of bills on the table, waving to the little teenagers who watched them avidly. “I need a box, kids.”
“Alton has a place almost up to the falls,” Caid whispered, breath hot on her neck.
“Okay.” She sounded like a phone sex worker, all breathy and husky.
They packed up the pizza and headed out, Alton hustling them back to her little rental SUV. He didn’t give either one of them time to think, either, just groped them both impartially.
“Alton, you’re dangerous. Sit in the back seat.”
“What? Why?” He pouted at her, but Caid punched his shoulder.
“Because no one can drive with you all over them, Alt. Get.”
She gave in to her baser instincts and went up on tiptoe to kiss the corner of Alton’s mouth. “I have to focus, huh?”
“Oh.” Alton blinked, those pretty gray eyes bright. “Got it. I’ll just sit in the back and…” He made an unmistakable motion with his hand.
She swatted him, chuckling. “Now, now. Don’t pop too soon.” She winked at Caid, offering him a quick kiss, too.
Caid surprised her with a kiss that curled her toes, capturing her mouth for a long moment before moving away. He went and sat in the passenger seat, staring, focused.
“Oh.” Wow. Okay. Driving.
Driving would be good.
Julia Talbot lives in the great Southwest, where there is hot and cold running rodeo, cowboys, and everything from meat and potatoes to the best Tex-Mex. A full time author, Julia has been published by Torquere Press, Dreamspinner Press, and Changeling Press. She believes that everyone deserves a happy ending, so she writes about love without limits, where boys love boys, girls love girls, and boys and girls get together to get wild, especially when her crazy paranormal characters are involved.
Contact the Author: Find Julia at @juliatalbot on Twitter, or at http://www.juliatalbot.com