by Margie Church
Any time of year, starlit nights draw me outside. You'll catch me staring at the moon, wondering who else is doing the same. And thinking of me? The stars have punched millions of holes in the inky-black sky. The crickets sing to celebrate while the owls and night hawks swoop through the sky like graceful ghosts. Add music. Whether the chirp of night birds and creatures, or classical music, ah, it creates passionate emotions for me.
So what does all this have to do with my hot ménage? Brielle is a concert cellist looking forward to spending a relaxing, peaceful, albeit celibate vacation in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Her first night begins with a soulful stint on the cello and her sexy neighbors are drawn to the music and then her.
Have you ever imagined such a night?
She never has either. She's immediately attracted to Zeke and Tyler, but their playfulness leads her to believe they're gay. Oh, such a disappointment at first, but eventually she decides she'll enjoy their fun-loving attitude as long as she can. That's when the tides change.
Night Music is my first real ménage story. One of my other new books has a ménage scene, but Night Music was written as a delicious threesome. For those who enjoy M/M love, Tyler and Zeke definitely aren't bashful with each other. Judging from the smooth way they handle the situation with Brielle, they've played in a threesome many times before. For her first time with two men, Brielle couldn't have picked a better duo. They know exactly how to make her feel like the most desired woman on the planet. I think you'll find Night Music incredibly erotic as well as romantic.
A quiet, lakeside vacation is just what Brielle needs to decompress after her busy concert season. She expects the weeks to pass uneventfully. Until she meets the men next door.
Tyler and Zeke are as adventurous and sexy as the Harleys they ride. The passion they hear in Brielle's music draws them to her.
Convinced the hunks are gay, Brielle lets down her inhibitions. That turns out to be the best decision she's made in a long time.
Contest: Does nighttime and music bring out the passion in you? Tell me your story and you could win a copy of Night Music.