This week’s new release tore me up inside while writing it. Especially the end. I cried big, ugly tears for one of the heroes.

But, of course, this is a romance, so you know Colors of Love (Book 2 in the Rhythm of the Night series) is going to have a happy ending. It might not end quite the way you expect it to, but I promise – it’s a happy ending for all three characters.

Although this book has a massive amount of MMF loving (and I’m talking sizzling-hot, humdinger MMF scenes), it is primarily a MM romance.

Colors of Love

Their true colors are hidden…until one woman turns everything upside down.

Rhythm of the Night, book 3

Seth Pace, guitarist of the rock band Speed, is a born dreamer, and nothing stands in his way of making those dreams a reality. Except when it comes to band manager Luke Struthers. He’s everything Seth wants in a partner, but after five years of perfectly explosive sex, Luke still refuses to commit.

After a childhood ravaged by abuse, Luke knows he’s a potential danger to anyone foolish enough to love him. Seth is safer without him, but Luke has no idea how to cut him loose painlessly. Until he spots Seth’s kind of woman—pretty, smart, friendly. The plan: seduce her into a sexy threesome, then leave the two alone to fall in love. Problem solved

A night of excitement with the two hottest men on the planet? Yeah, baby! Yet Kaz’s inborn ability to read auras tells her something isn’t right. It’s obvious Seth and Luke are madly in love, but subtle clues in Luke’s aura signal he’s up to something. She’s not sure what, but if she doesn’t do something quick, the two men she’s quickly come to adore will wind up without the happily ever after they both deserve.

Warning: One man + one man + a couple of nights with one woman = a whole lot of steamy M/M and M/M/F sex, a hero or two to drool over, and a heroine who recognizes true love when she sees it.

(Please note: This book has been previously published)

Colours of Love is available now from:

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Happy reading,

Jess

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