Book one in the Men of Passion Series: A contemporary erotic series about the passions and devotion of five men to the one woman who loves them all…
Kayla Saradon is a beautiful, respected psychiatrist who her friends claim has discovered the fountain of youth. Kayla wonders what her friends would say if they knew her secret is the polyandry lifestyle she shares with her four, studly “husbands” — each skilled in his own sexual specialty?
Then PI, Trey Sean Cameron, who is secretly investigating her lifestyle, explodes into her life. The ex-Army Special Forces operative raises emotions Kayla can neither control nor contain. Can Trey — a demanding and possessive lover — ever share in her lifestyle? If not, how far will she go to keep him?
the inside scoop on Dr. Kayla Saradon’s life was turning out to be very
enjoyable for Trey. They had finished the meal. Kayla declined dessert, so Trey
ordered coffees, reluctant for their time together to end and sure it would
when they left the restaurant.
that Trey was unsure how to break. He was thankful when Kayla took the
interview in your room, Devon? We could talk more privately there.”
he met those extraordinary green eyes.
have suggested that, but I didn’t know what you would think. I wouldn’t want to
in truths, not innuendoes or rumors, and I have no patience with those who
cater to that kind of subtle slander.”
she’s a woman after my own heart! “Good to know.”
dining area. Kayla excused herself briefly in the lobby, walking away to make a
quick phone call before rejoining him at the elevator.
kicked off her shoes. She curled comfortably on the two-seater couch while Trey
watched in utter fascination.
as well, and let’s really talk,” she suggested, patting the place next to her.
feeling comfortable. Having her this close, he couldn’t help but visualize her
on the bed, naked and inviting. He hoped his thoughts, growing warmer by the
minute as he inhaled her enticing flowery perfume, wouldn’t become an
embarrassment he couldn’t hide.
perfect childhood, Kayla. All the luxuries, the right schools and so forth?”
But yes, I did have the opportunity for the best education. So it was probably
better than a lot of others. My parents expected me to do well in school, and I
did because I didn’t want to disappoint them. And actually I always strove for
academic perfection for my own sake, as well, because I wanted to accomplish
things and knew the proper education was the way to do that.”
those years when he had determinedly stayed in school, regardless of his hand-me-down
clothes and the way some of the kids made fun of him in his younger years and
then later, regardless of the times he had to go with his back and butt raw and
sore from a beating. He had, however, managed to live through it and get that
diploma that he, too, had felt was important, before he left to join the army.
said, to cover up his own bitter memory flashes.
and expected me to be ever aware of how my actions reflected on our good name.
If I could fault them for anything, it might be their overzealous desire for me
to walk a social-acceptance line. That’s hard to do when you really want to
‘run with the bulls,’ if you know what I mean. But I was a dutiful daughter.
killed in a car accident.”
graduated from university. You know, Devon, I’ve noticed that you aren’t taking
notes. Do you have a photographic memory, by any chance?
judgment and decided to add yet another lie to the pile. “Yes, I do.”
trait and I know that, at times, it becomes a nuisance, doesn’t it?”
blessed, or maybe I should say cursed, the same way? And yes, it does
of us with photographic memories usually have total recall, yet in some
instances not. So, tell me, do you recall every detail of practically
everything said to you?”
really. I’ve learned to block some things out, as I’m sure you have. But I
assure you I will recall your every word, Kayla,” he said it in a soft,
inviting tone that he hoped said more than just those words. He held her eyes
as he smiled. She returned the smile and for a minute, they didn’t speak. There
was no need for words. That electric current was vibrating between them
again. Feeling drawn to her,
overwhelmed by her nearness, Trey leaned toward her, his eyes holding fast on
those inviting, luscious lips. Simultaneously, she leaned toward him and their
lips touched, lightly at first. Then he pulled her closer, deepening the kiss,
his tongue seeking hers, delving into her open and receptive mouth.
she didn’t. He stood, pulling her up, and melded her against his rock-hard
shaft wedged against her yielding body.
damn, Kayla, I want you.”
green eyes alight with a mischievous gleam as her hand reached to touch him, to
fondle and explore his turgid length.
me? But since I’m not sure what I’m doing to you, I guess the ball is in your
hands,” he said as he kissed her again, hungrily and imploringly.
what he hoped was desire as they parted.
“You could write a very revealing story about me if I gave in to what I
really wanted to do right now. You don’t write exposés, do you, Devon?”
time, between the two of us and nobody else,” he assured her.
off the record?”
Bobbi Cole Meyer is the pen name for Barbara Meyer, who relocated from her hometown of Jackson, Mississippi, to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue a career as a lyricist. Over the years Barbara has had numerous songs she co-wrote cut by major artists such as Tom Jones, Loretta Lynn, Barbara Mandrell, Barbi Benton, Stella Parton, The Soul Shakers, the Poppies, Bandana, Mason Dixon, the Wright Brothers and several others. She also co-wrote the theme song for the Italian movie, Summer Affair, with well-known guitarist and composer, Bucky Barrett.
Now residing in Tennessee, with new hubby, Hank, Barbara is busy pursuing a second career, writing fiction, which she claims is her first love.
Barbara’s slogan is, “grab them with the first paragraph and don’t turn loose until the last period.” Barbara’s previous books, written under the pen name, Cole Meyer, have been in several genres: drama, historical romance, sci-fi fantasy, and conspiracy thriller.