Swoop on Love (MFM)

Evernight Publishing

Heat Rating: Scorching
Word Count: 18,600
1 Ratings (3.0)

A lazy evening takes Jeanie out to explore her new neighborhood. In a small town with an unusual name, she finds two men who fascinate and intrigue her.

Reed and Nathan are best friends with an unbelievable secret. One they’re afraid Jeanie might share with the outside world. But even as they question her motives, Jeanie finds herself falling for not one, but both of them. To make their relationship work, the men will have to trust her, while Jeanie attempts to accept the impossible.

Be Warned: menage sex (MFM)

Swoop on Love (MFM)
1 Ratings (3.0)

Swoop on Love (MFM)

Evernight Publishing

Heat Rating: Scorching
Word Count: 18,600
1 Ratings (3.0)
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She took a step back, wondering if he would suddenly swoop on her. “So why are the houses all empty? Have they really been bought?”

The man nodded, putting his hands into his jean pockets. His gesture was attractive as his muscles moved under the dark blue, cotton T-shirt he wore. “They have. Why are you back here?”

She quaked, surprised at the forthright way he asked. How can I tell the truth? I can’t. She moved another step back from him. “I’m leaving now. Sorry, I had no idea the whole road was private. You talk as if I’m trespassing.” She turned and walked swiftly to her car. He’s gorgeous, sure, he’s mysterious, but I wish I’d met him in different circumstances. As she approached her car, she took her keys from her pocket and unlocked it, ready to dive in there and get away.

He gave her a fright when he leaned around and opened her car door for her.

She jumped away and he laughed.

“Sorry. I didn’t mean to startle you.”

Jeanie took hold of her car door and turned to him. “Thank you.” She was about to get in when he touched her lightly on the arm. It sent a shock of sensation along to her breasts. She shivered.

“I’m Nathan, by the way. I’ve been hostile and rude. I’d like to remedy that. Could I offer you a drink? There’s a restaurant further along the road, they have a great garden bar. It’s still a lovely evening.”

She stared up into his face, overcome with longing to be with him in this restaurant garden. He looked hopeful and interested. Loneliness made her reckless. She nodded, casting aside suspicion and taking a chance. “Okay, yes that would be nice.” She didn’t add that it would be the first Saturday night in more than eighteen months she wouldn’t spend alone.

“I can go get my truck if you’d like me to drive us.” His voice gave away his happiness at her answer.

“No, I’ll drive us. You can give directions.”

He smiled and little lines appeared next to his eyes. They were endearing.

Warmth spread through her as she imagined hugging him.

He went around to the passenger side as she got into her car and started the engine.

When he settled next to her, she looked at him. “Which way?”

“Go left, and follow the road.”


The restaurant was visible for a long distance on the straight road before they reached it. Lit up in the summer evening, fairy lights twinkled in the trees out front, and strings of them attached to the building looked like a sparkly fringe, even in the remaining daylight.

It was unexpectedly exciting to be next to this man. She felt a wave of pleasure that he’d asked her out. “It must look so pretty when it’s really dark.” Jeanie smiled as she glanced at Nathan.

“It does. It’s always full, too. It’s a happy place to be.” He sounded wistful.

She looked his way again. He stared out the side window, so she couldn’t see his expression. Suddenly under a strong wave of need, she wanted to hold him, kiss his incredible lips, snuggle against that muscular chest, and then… She sighed.

“That was a big sigh. You know you haven’t told me your name.”

Surprised that it hadn’t occurred to her to tell him her name even when he told her his, she answered. “It’s Jeanie, sorry.”

“A pretty name for a pretty girl.” His tone was tender.

She was tired of her solitary life. A spark of hope flared that maybe she’d met a man interested in her, even if he was involved in some kind of strangeness.

They reached the restaurant and Jeanie parked her car. Nathan got out of his side and swiftly appeared at Jeanie’s door to help her. He smiled at her as she thanked him. He didn’t move away from her and they stood so close to each other, Jeanie yearned to kiss his perfect mouth.

He bent toward her and whispered, “You’re so pretty. I’m very glad you came back. Why did you? You never told me.”

His breath teased her ear, and her nipples peaked against her T-shirt. She slowly moved her head until her mouth hovered a centimeter from his. She closed her eyes, captivated by his nearness. He kissed her then, softly. His lips explored hers, firm, then soft and moist. A simple touch of his tongue against her mouth sent her into a spiral of desire. Her whole body responded to the kiss. A rush of heated desire wet her pussy. Her breasts were heavy as she craved his hands on them. She leaned into the kiss. His arms circled her, pressing her against his hard body. He stopped the kiss and although he still held her, he loosened his grip and moved a fraction away.

“I wanted to kiss you as soon as I saw you. Let’s find a table.” He walked easily and confidently. They navigated the array of small, square tables dotted around the paved area at the side of the main restaurant building. He stopped next to a big tree and pulled out a chair for her at the table there.

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