Phantoms' Pleasure by Brynn Paulin
(Circle of Three)

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Book two in the Circle of Three Series

Jahzlyn Monroe is between things in life...between jobs, between homes, between relationships. When she attends her cousin's Halloween party, she never expects to end up between two men. Literally. Naked. Jahz doesn't know who her masked lovers were, and as she struggles to find her direction in life, surrendering to a ménage relationship at this crossroads seems unwise despite the burning desires plaguing her.


Dressed as phantoms, Garrett Byrnam and Chay Harper expect fun at the party, but they never suspect they'll have the woman of their dreams in their arms before the night's end. When she disappears before they can reveal their identities and make their intentions clear, they know they'll be travelling their own rocky road as they set out to persuade Jahz, that she should surrender to pleasure in their arms - a pleasure that will be no phantom at all.
 

About Brynn Paulin

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When it comes to books and movies, Brynn Paulin has one rule: there must be a happy ending. After that one requirement, anything else goes. And it just might in any of her books. Brynn lives in Michigan with her husband and two children, who love her despite her occasional threats to smite them. They humour her and let her think she's a goddess...as long as she provides homemade chocolate chip cookies on a regular basis. Brynn is president of her local chapter of Romance Writers of America and also hosts a weekly writing critique group. She s conducted workshops at several writers conferences around the country as she enjoys mentoring and meeting new people. According to Brynn, her writing success can be attributed to 70's music, her local road construction crews, a trusty notebook, and of course, her husband (and willing research subject), AKA Mr. Inspiration.
 
Published October 20, 2008 by Total-E-Bound Publishing. 80 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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