For those who've been waiting for this can I just say thank you so much for your patience and you won't have to wait so long for book 3. Also, I believe you can read this one if you haven't read book 1. :o)
Blurb: The Comet's Tail...
Behind every great comet there's a tale...Markis Shaver, the Swithin Prince, has everything he ever thought he could want. He has Uly Samir -- his true love -- and he has foundhappiness again in the arms of Ryanac, his personal guard and bestfriend. He also has a woman any man would be proud to have as his wife to stand at his side as queen. They are on the way to the Swithincity, his homeland where he will rule as King. He's also beginning tocontrol the comet. It no longer has its wicked way with him. He should be happy.Uly has the love of a wonderful man. Markis loves him. He has much to look forward to and more than he ever dreamed of obtaining. He should be in high spirits.
Ryanac has manipulated Markis into embracing love and as he always believed, it has freed the man he loves from abject misery. It has also rekindled their relationship. He should be contented.
Tressa has a good man for a husband, three men to see to her highly
sexed needs and she has escaped the backward views of her nation. She should be elated.
The four of them have a tedious two-week journey to undertake. What else should they fill these boring nights with but passion? They should be ecstatic ... if a little exhausted.
So, what is going wrong with their new intimate 'quartet?'
Markis has also stolen a book and he wants to try a little 'experiment' he has found in its pages. He needs Ryanac's help but it
will let Markis deep into Ryanac's psyche and neither of them are sure this is a good thing. Even worse, Ryanac has always been the tail of the comet but he might not be the only one following.
Behind a great man, there is another, and another ... and a woman.
Life should be great but even the best of relationships don't always
run smoothly. Alas, personal struggles are not the only enemy...
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Sharon Maria Bidwell
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