No one expects an alien invasion, least of all Dr. Bea Morgan, and especially not on the day she meets the man of her dreams. Wait, no, the men of her dreams. Two sexy officers in her ER is surprising, but when they steal a kiss from her on a broken elevator, everything changes.
Gideon Cearvall has been dreaming of a faraway desert tower his entire life, but he’s learned to put aside childhood fantasies. He’s a good cop with a great partner who considers him family. So what if he’s in love with his best friend? Theo will never know.
Theo Gray adores his family and his partner. He’s perfectly happy—until he meets the curvy doctor who rocks his world. When a kiss turns into a fight for survival, he struggles with his desire for both Gideon and Bea.
When aliens devastate your world, love is all that will keep you alive.
Be warned: menage sex (MMF), m/m sex, anal sex, rimming, spanking
Just when she was afraid she was going to lose it, Theo leaned close enough that she felt his breath on her ear.
“Bea, this is going to sound crazy, but I’d really like to kiss you,” he murmured.
She stopped breathing as Gideon went totally still on her right side. “Um, what?” she asked stupidly, trying to buy some time to think. The moment he’d said the word “kiss” her entire body went rigid. She remembered his warm brown eyes and full lips—and don’t forget his lovely cock, her brain supplied helpfully—and couldn’t figure out what to say.
“I wanted to ask you to dinner in the hospital, but I chickened out,” Theo murmured, not moving away.
Gideon tried to let go of her hand, obviously hearing what his friend was saying, but Bea tightened her fingers. God help her, but she wanted them both. In the silent darkness, that actually seemed like a viable option.
“Please,” Theo whispered, lips brushing her skin.
She shivered, then nodded. She had to clear her throat before she could get her voice to work. “Okay,” she said, then grabbed hold of her courage. “But I want a kiss from Gideon, too.”
Gideon sucked in a sharp breath. “What?”
“You heard me,” Bea said, feeling Theo smile against her cheek. “I don’t think Theo minds sharing.” In the dark, it was like another person had taken over her voice. Suddenly, she could talk about what she really wanted. She didn’t want to choose between them. And it’s just a kiss, she told herself. No big deal.
“Yeah, okay,” Gideon said, low and husky. “As long as Theo’s okay with it.”
“I don’t mind,” Theo muttered, moving closer and pressing his body into hers.
Bea caught her lower lip between her teeth. Was this really happening? She felt bold and sexy, totally unlike her usual self. Theo slotted up against her and she abruptly felt the hot length of his cock on her hip. His injury wasn’t slowing him down at all, not that she’d expected it to. Any man who could maintain an erection in the emergency room while someone sewed up his thigh was certainly virile. He was also large and strong. Bea melted into him as Gideon moved closer. The long line of his body pushed into her right side so that they surrounded her. She liked the way it felt. A lot. She didn’t feel trapped. She didn’t feel nervous. Instead, she felt more aroused than she’d been in years. Or ever.
“You smell so sweet,” Theo said, nosing along her cheek.
Bea laughed breathlessly. “I probably smell like antiseptic.”
“No, you smell like gorgeous,” Gideon said, kissing under her right ear.
The double whammy of the two men moving in at the same time had her trembling. “God,” she said, voice thick.
“Not God,” Theo said arrogantly as he moved in. “Just me.” And then his mouth was on hers.
Bea gasped. He kissed her the way a drowning man craves air, the way a runner pushes to the finish line: all-out, nothing held back. He devoured her mouth, hands in her hair holding her steady. Gideon kept her upright, an arm going around her waist. She didn’t know if the two men had done this before, but she thought not. She sensed Gideon straining to see, but the darkness cloaked them all in a sort of hushed arousal.
When Theo finally let her up to breathe, Gideon moved in, kissing her lightly at first, and then deeper, slow and teasing. She held onto his hand, picturing his electric blue eyes as his lips moved on hers.
“Fuck,” Theo said, pushing his erection into her. “I can hear you kissing each other.”
Gideon shuddered into her mouth and she grabbed his shoulder with one arm and wound the other around Theo, bringing him in again. She kissed Gideon wildly and then switched to Theo. When she moved back to Gideon, he groaned and she realized that he was hard, too. His cock lay against her right hip. When she kissed him, Theo hadn’t quite moved away yet and suddenly, they were in a three-way kiss that felt hotter than an inferno. When they finally broke apart, Bea couldn’t catch her breath.
“Jesus.” Gideon dropped his head into her neck. “If we weren’t trapped in here—” He broke off, hips rolling in unmistakable intent.
“Yeah,” Theo agreed, hands around his friend as well as Bea.
Erin M. Leaf is a romance novel devotee, the steamier the better, with a specialty in edgy erotic tension. She also writes romance as Marie E. Blossom.
Erin M. Leaf