Echo of Distant Thunder by Philippa Grey-Gerou
(Rule of Three, Book 1)

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Graeme Shepherd and Diana Glendower lead a quiet life as university professors and lovers in Philadelphia until Peter Oberon arrives, upsetting their peace. An old friend and lover of Graeme’s, Oberon brings a message from the Acolytes of Taranis, an ancient mystical order with a grudge against both men. Graeme has their vessel and they want it back. Unfortunately, Graeme has no idea what it could possibly be.

Graeme isn’t the only one with old lovers appearing in their lives, testing the strength of Graeme and Diana’s relationship. Both of them have secrets they never revealed to each other. And Oberon can always be found on the fringes, pushing at them with questionable motives and an undeniable attraction for both of them.

But nothing is what it seems. As magic, mystery, and past secrets come to light, the trio travel from the cradle of liberty to the roots of civilization in order to appease the Acolytes before the Order’s next sacrifice can hit too close to home.

Contains: m/m; m/f/m ménage; anal play/intercourse; violence

About Philippa Grey-Gerou

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Grey was born the eldest daughter of a Protestant minister in New England and was raised in various small towns throughout the Northeast and Midwest, where there was little to do but live in her imagination. She was a voracious reader, and started writing at an early age, settling on that as her life's work before higher education led her astray.After attending state and Ivy League universities to earn degrees in History, Anthropology and Folklife Studies, she settled in suburban Pennsylvania to start her own family. There she rediscovered her love of the written word, and has been writing ever since. She's been in love four times, had her heart broken twice, broke another's heart once, and is currently working on her happily ever after.For more on Grey and her thoughts and experiences on writing and the big wide world of publishing, visit her at, or you can write to her directly at
Published June 2, 2008 by Liquid Silver Books. 170 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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