They stared at each other and as his lips touched hers, he breathed, “You have been begging for this all evening, Lyra,” then he kissed her deeply and a little roughly. He was wound so tight, trying not to break. Dunstin was ravishing her mouth, but she was right there with him, kissing him back and whimpering at the effect he was having on her.
Three sisters, partners in an antiquities business, pursue their father’s dream of finding a 1700-year-old statue of three Germanic warriors. Following clues in an ancient codex that allude to a curse, and intimate that the warriors can be brought back to life, the sisters make a stunning discovery that leads to living, breathing, near-naked warriors in their bedrooms. The sisters try to resist the magnificent warriors demanding advances.
With a deadline looming, the couples, Warin and Mira, Cenric and Faye and Dunstin and Lyra face dangerous adversaries across the globe in a thrilling quest to keep the brothers free. Some relationships thrive with the intense sexual tension, while others wither. Just when it looks like everything is coming together, little is as it seems when an ancient power thought dead pays a visit to the 21st Century.
Part 2 of a 3-Part Serial. Read in order. Expect a CLIFFHANGER. Part 3 concludes with HEA. 30k + words. Adult content and sexual situations.
|Series:||Tres: Part 1 Ancient Warriors, Modern Women, Waking Desires|
|File size:||254 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Jules River was raised on a ranch in South Texas. She spent a decade in the Colorado Rockies, before moving back to her native Texas. Her first novel Tres has been a wonderful learning experience. Jules has a series in the works about her beloved South Texas and the latest Oilfield boom, since it's something close to her heart, after growing up in the last boom in the 1970's and 80's. Jules has many stories in the works about great men and the intelligent women that love them. With the unwavering support of her husband, family and friends writing has become her new passion. When she is not writing or reading, she can be found taking care of her garden, horseback riding with her husband, or meeting up with family and friends over a good meal, drinks and stimulating conversation.