When Nadya agrees to leave the carnival where she has made her life for the last twenty-five years, to live with her two best friends, she will be giving up one way of life for another. However, it doesn’t prepare her for finding the men in Paradise so hot, or the lifestyle they led there so tempting. How can a frumpy forty-something wife and mother wannabe face the fact that she has the hots for two men who look young enough to be the sons she never had?
The moment Luc and Gabe saw the woman across the diner they knew she was their mate. They can smell her. Even more telling is the mating heat that hit them as they watched her from across the room. Who knew that three women could come to town and be mates for three different sets of friends, and who knew they would fall so completely in lust with their mate from the first time they scented her, not to mention that she would so thoroughly turn their lives up-side down?
More From Paradise
This place sounded too good to be true. She stared at Milla, wondering for a moment, if her friend had been brainwashed. She shook her head. She couldn’t have been. Milla would have read any nefarious intent in people. Even if she didn’t want to read them, she would if they touched her, even for a second.
“Apparently, it wasn’t always this way. I read it in my guys. Things around here got really bad until the new leader took over and changed it. They had some sort of war here. A real life good against evil battle and good won.”
“You’re not kidding, are you, Milla?” Alexa frowned as a jingling sound reached them. “Don’t look now, Nadya, but your groupies are headed this way.”
“My what?” She turned toward the sound as a man with thick, sable brown hair walked out of the diner, followed by the two men who had paid for their lunch. The two men who stayed close to each other, couldn’t seem to stop staring at her. Nadya frowned. It made her insides feel funny. She covered her stomach with her hands.
It was almost as though the world spun in slow motion as she watched their long-legged strides eat the distance between them.
She didn’t know what to say, to think, to do. Nadya swallowed thickly. Her tongue seemed to grow to monstrous proportions in her mouth, making it impossible to speak. She cast a sidelong look at Milla and wondered if she, too, could have two men want her.
Milla shook her head with a chuckle. “I think you’re about to find out about the men in Paradise first hand. The only thing I can tell you is, whatever they say to you…go with it. You won’t be sorry.”