Sam Bitter is at a crossroads, if he could have one last big score, all of his problems would be solved. Handsome Jack, his partner in crime, knows how they can do that – work with Jack’s new girlfriend. Why doesn’t Sam want to? Because Jack’s new girlfriend is Sam’s ex-lover, and they all find each other uncontrollably hot.
Sam, although, has a bigger problem than his crew’s lusts. Thomas Sweet just got promoted at the FBI. Why is that a problem? Because Sam doesn’t know it, and Tom has always had a burning desire to put him behind bars.
But is Tom’s desire professional or deeply personal? And what will Sam do when he finds out that he’s being chased by a mysterious figure from his past?
Written by international bestselling author A. Anders, this prequel is a romance with tantalizing sex and a twisting plot. If you haven’t read A. Anders’ standalone ‘Bittersweet: An MMF Bisexual Threesome with MM,’ this prequel page-turner will suck you in while revving you up for the steamy MMF erotic romance.
Sam Bitter sat at a table in a dive bar in Gainesville , Florida. He was a little nervous. Ever since his last bank heist he had felt unsure of himself. He had made a big mistake choosing his team the last time and it resulted in two bank employees getting shot.
After the money was split and everyone went their separate ways, Sam couldn’t help but second-guess himself. How had his plan gone so wrong? He decided that the problem began when he brought Louie onto the team. But what had he missed about Louie that should have told Sam that Louie could shot someone unnecessarily? Not being able to figure it out, Sam decided to proceed carefully on his next job.
The one person Sam knew he could trust was Handsome Jack. That wasn’t his real name, but he did live up to his billing. Having Jack around had stirred up feelings in Sam that he thought he had a grip on. Jack’s looks weren’t the only reason Sam decided to call Jack first, but it didn’t hurt.
Sam liked being around Jack. And if Sam wasn’t mistaken, Jack liked being around him too. Sam decided that if he and Jack could get together, they were either going to coming up with a plan for their next heist or they were going to end up naked. Sam would be happy either way.
Sam looked up at the front door when the dive bar was suddenly flooded with light. It was him. In spite of the heat, he was wearing a well-worn leather jacket and his hair looked like it was either lightly tussled or precisely quaffed. In short, Jack looked good.
Sam smiled and waved Jack over. Jack gave him a nod, detoured to the bar to get a drink and then approached Sam’s table with a pint of beer in hand.
“If it isn’t our illustrious leader,” Jack joked.
“If it isn’t Handsome Jack,” Sam replied.
“Still making big plans?” Jack asked.
“Always. Still being handsome?” Sam countered.
“Yes. And I’ll be honest with you, I can’t help it,” Jack said with a smile.
Sam stared at Jack’s smile wondering if Jack had any idea what he did to him. He couldn’t, could he?