Over The Edge

One heated night brings together two men and a woman, one of them human and the other two vampires, but when morning comes there are more questions than answers.

Brett, the human owner of the new club “On The Edge”, hires Leo as a bartender, but unexpected security issues threaten their burgeoning trust. For his part, Leo is caught in the same pattern that once caused him to lose Lisa, and he struggles to adapt and allow his new sleeping arrangements to last as long as possible. And Lisa, who brought her two lovers to the same bed, now realizes that she also invited back in her life a past she thought forgotten.

Will they be able to make it work, or will this ménage collapse after a few nights of lust?

LENGTH – 44.300 words / about 145 PDF pages

EXCERPT

PAIRINGS – M/F ~ M/M ~ M/M/F

RATING – Sizzling

NOTE
Preceded by Before The Edge and On The Edge. Followed by Walking The Edge and Fifth Vision of Destiny

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REVIEWS
>> Megan and Jodie on Riverina Romantics gave the story 4.5 and 4 hearts
>> Madame D’s Boudoir gave the story 5 pearls
>> Linda L on Fallen Angel Reviews gave the story 5 angels
>> Tallyn Porter on Just Erotic Romance Reviews gave the story 4/5 stars
>> Candy Cay on Coffee Time Romance gave the story 4 cups
>> Gaele gave the story 5 stars for The Jeep Diva

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  1. […] At the same time, I went back and gave a sequel to On The Edge. I’d shown how the three characters came together for one night, but what about the morning after? What would happen then? Would they be able to make things work or would the influence of Leo and Lisa’s Sire prove too much of an obstacle? That story became the novella Over The Edge. […]

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