New York, 1948
After years of trying to break into New York City’s literary scene, Madeline Slaughter is emotionally and physically exhausted. When a friend offers her a safe haven as the live-in companion to reclusive, bestselling novelist Victor Hallowell she jumps at the chance to escape the city.
Madeline expects to find rest and quiet in the forests of Upstate New York. Instead, she finds Victor, handsome and intensely passionate, and Audrey Coffin, Victor’s mysterious and beautiful neighbor.
When Victor offers her a kiss and the promise of more Madeline allows herself to become entangled even as Audrey is also claiming her heart. The only problem is that Audrey and Victor are ex-lovers with plenty of baggage between them. As Madeline finds herself opening up and falling in love with both she starts to wonder, can there be a future for all three?
“This book is sexy: everything is vintage garters being unsnapped and forearms being revealed and silk blouses falling to the floor.” –New York Times Book Review.
“Every so often, I read a book that changes how I think about writing, romance and all of my assumptions. This is one of those books. ” – Shivani Seth on Not Just a Buzzword
“This is a remarkable romance between two trans women, one trans man, and a place of safety. That’s the part that hits hardest. ” – KJ Charles author of The Will Darling Adventures
“I read this and absolutely loved it. Sweet, calm, sexy. Like a sunny Sunday afternoon in which you’ve had something to drink and you’re feeling buzzed and horny and you’re looking at your two lovers and wondering if you want to only watch or also participate. As one does.” –Sara: a reader
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