|What's a sexual therapist to do when she finds herself bored with sex?|
An invitation to Rookery Cove Aphrodisiacs may be just what the doctor ordered. No worries, no regrets, just relaxation in one of the most beautiful northern coves in the world. But when two delicious men come calling, can Nikita keep things from blazing out of control?
For Connor, watching his mate spiral into darkness is tearing him apart. Nikita brings a breath of fresh air into their lives, reminding Connor of life and love. Now he just has to convince Draven to fall for the doctor…past or no past.
As captain of Rookery Cove's sole water travel vessel, Draven has it all. No worries, no regrets, no reason to face a history long dead, but it's a half life. Every day puts him closer to the edge and his lover is at his wit's end. Nikita's arrival awakens a dark yearning deep within, one filled with shadows and memories he'd rather never face, but with her soft touch and sexy smile, he's lost before he knows it.
For the bisexual selkies, Nikita may be exactly what they need.
When the three get together, the heat flaring among them sizzles the night, but when morning comes can it be enough to keep them together? Or will their personal demons tear them apart?
Praise for Ocean's Call
"This very hot ménage will thrill the senses of those who enjoy a bit of bi-sexual relationship with multiple partners... The story is by turns heart wrenching and humorous, but always touching. Even if you've never read a Rookery Cove book, don't miss this one."
4 1/2 Stars! -- Karen Haas, Just Erotic Romance Reviews
"Rookery Cove: Ocean's Call is a beautiful love story surrounding three people who want the same things from a relationship... There are some very heavy sex scenes that will leave you panting for more... This was a truly enjoyable story to read."
4 Nymphs! -- Goddess Minx, Literary Nymphs
"This book was fascinating. I loved the way the author described the sea, like she was a living, breathing woman. The erotic scenes between the mated men and the doctor will take your breath away."
-- Dawn Epton, PNR