How is she to choose?
Zara King’s life is in shambles and filled with questions.
How had she ended up married to a man who didn’t love her and couldn’t keep his philandering ways under wraps?
How was she to move onto the next phase of her life without revealing a couple of secrets of her own? Namely her lovers, Tobias and Garrett.
How was she supposed to decide on one when she wanted them both in her life?
What would happen if they found out her desire?
Zara’s about to get some answers.
Reader Advisory: This book contains double penetration.
Note: This book has previously been released as part of the Three’s A Charm anthology with Totally Bound Publishing.
General Release Date: 29th August 2017
“Your husband’s been seen with yet another woman…”
“The fourth woman this month.”
“What are you going to do?”
“How can you just keep turning a blind eye?”
Weren’t those the questions she’d been asking herself lately?
Zara King ducked the cameras and queries, relying on her guard to put a wall between herself and the suffocating press of the paparazzi. She darted into her limo, followed a split second later by a big, hard body.
“Vultures.” Tobias Lang, her head of security, slammed the door hard enough to test the vehicle’s suspension.
Even as they settled into the buttery leather and he pulled her back to lean against him, Zara turned to stare through the tinted windows at the clamoring mass of faces and arms bearing phones and cameras. “They’re only doing their job.”
“Which is to be vultures,” he grumped.
“It’ll soon die down.”
“At least until your husband pulls his next asinine move, then it’ll get worse, as it’s been progressively getting.”
Zara rubbed her temples, trying to massage away the tension. Tobias was right. The biggest mistake of her life had been marrying Robert King. When their families had urged them together at a young age it had all seemed to make sense. They were from illustrious dynasties, they’d found each other attractive—they had been convinced a marriage of convenience would only work in their favor.
Except it hadn’t.
She had gone into the union a wide-eyed and dutiful daughter, aching to be a good wife. The shine on the deal had tarnished in swift and terrible fashion when, within the first year, Robert’s eye had started to wander. Meanwhile Zara had been left rattling around their sprawling mansion alone, forgotten and rudderless.