Destiny for Three

Lilly Hale
Destiny for Three
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Fox Publishing
Release Date
July 2011
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Time Travel

Three lives thrown together by destiny, drawn together by desire, healed by love.

Jilted bride Elise Davis thinks her day can't possibly get any worse, until a car accident lands her in the year 1850, trapped in the body of southern belle, Elizabeth McBride, who makes the Wicked Witch of the West seem like a pushover. Not knowing if she'll ever be able to return to her own time and her own body, Elise sets out to adjust to her new life and to mend some fences with those who Elizabeth hurt. When those efforts land her smack dab in the middle of a ménage relationship with two sexy-as-sin brothers, life in the nineteenth century gets a whole lot more complicated…and hot.

Trey and Radcliffe Kingston have good reason to despise Elizabeth McBride. She toyed with them both and ruined their reputations, forcing them to leave Savannah and start fresh in New York. But when Elizabeth is once again thrust into their lives, this time calling herself Elise and not acting at all like the scheming shrew they once knew, their vow to never again fall prey to her charms becomes an impossible task. They both want her. And this time they're willing to share. But is this new woman too good to be true? Will the quirk of fate that brought Elise into their lives reverse itself?

The temptation is irresistible, the passion scorching, but the risks are great. Can three people overcome the hurts of the past, the uncertainty of the future and the condemnation of society to find happiness?

WARNING: RATED Carnal/Erotic. This is an erotic romance novel and contains explicit ménage M/F/M sex scenes.

This story is a full-length novel, approximately 100,000 words.

Book Review by I ♥ Bookie Nookie (reviewer)
Sep 20, 2011   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
160 people found the following review helpful
DESTINY FOR THREE was a totally out of character book for me to read, much less like. I am not fond of historical romance or time travel, so, I am not sure why I even picked it up, but I am glad I did! The one thing it did have that I totally love reading about is ménage...two sexy men and one woman torn between them.

Modern day Elise Davis wakes up from an accident and finds herself not only in another time, but also another body! In 1850, Elise realizes that her life as Elizabeth McBride is not going to be a simple one. It is obvious from the beginning that Ms. McBride is a very difficult person to deal with and so, Elise makes it her personal mission to right all the wrongs done by Elizabeth McBride.

When Elise/Elizabeth's guardian dies, she is forced into the care of Trey and Radcliffe Kingston. Years ago, the Kingston brothers were almost ruined because of Elizabeth McBride's vicious nature and they are none too excited about dealing with the manipulative brat they once knew. It doesn't take them long to see that she has truly changed her ways...almost like she is actually a different person! Though they are skeptical, they cannot help but to fall under her spell once again.

The chemistry between Trey, Radcliffe and Elise is on fire! Radcliffe is the dominant "disciplinarian" who enjoys playing a little rough at times and then there is the romantic and gentle lover, Trey who is determined to protect Elise at all costs. It's really no wonder Elise is caught in the middle of the two -- together they are perfect for her as they appeal to her carnal side while providing the tenderness and love that she desires.

Lilly Hale does an excellent job putting a new spin on the "time-travel" aspect of the story. So, if you are not partial to time travel, don't let that dissuade you from reading this fantastic read, or you will certainly be cheating yourself out of some great entertainment.
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