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Can two Doms open their hearts again for a young man desperately in need of their help?
Two years ago, Aaron Greene and Sam Thompson were devastated when their submissive broke the contract that bound the three of them together. They still wonder what happened and whether they can find a way to move forward. When Aaron finds a sick young man by the curbside, his protective instincts kick in, and after consulting Sam, he takes Tim home.
After being thrown out of his home, Tim Waterman finds himself on the street, doing whatever he needs to survive. Until a bear of a Good Samaritan scoops him up and saves him. Then one bear becomes two, and a chance discovery gets him thinking about what might be, if he’s bold enough to make a move.
So what happens when Aaron and Sam wake up one morning to find Tim naked in their bed? Will they get a new chance at life, or will history Threepeat itself?
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Character Interview with Aaron Greene
What is your biggest fear?
I’ll be honest with you. After we lost Sebastian, I’m afraid of getting my heart broken again. Sam has been after me for months to go out and meet someone, but… I just can’t. After Sebastian left, Sam and I almost broke up. It was my fault, I admit it, but it took months for us to get back to loving one another. What if we bring in another boy, and he decides to leave us too?
What is your most prized possession?
If you had asked me this two years ago, I would have said the contract that bound Sebastian to us. There wasn’t a day that I didn’t at least glance at it, and think how lucky Sam and I were. But after Seb walked out on us, it didn’t mean anything. Now? I guess I’d have to say the painting that we got from our friend, Vic. A young man, facing the sea, staring out, waiting for someone to come for him.
Okay, I might be projecting a bit, but that’s what it means to me.
What do you enjoy doing on your day off?
Kicking back and relaxing. I used to like to visit with friends, but… Okay, listen. True story here. When Seb walked out on us, he took something with him that we can’t seem to get back. Before Seb left, the three of us would hit the club, host a party, go out to dinner. Now? The thought of going out and meeting people leaves me cold. I want what we once had. Sam and I taking care of our submissive, and having them take care of us.
Seriously, what are two Doms without someone to love?
Your best childhood memory?
Eating ice cream in the back garden with my sister and our mom. The sun was high in the sky, there was a nice breeze. We ate until we made ourselves sick, then we lay out, watching the clouds, and trying to find shapes in them. It wasn’t long after our dad died, and Mom thought we needed the time together. It was nice.
Where do you hope to be in five years?
I honestly wish I had an answer for you. Funny how you have your whole life planned out. The people who will be in it, the things you’ll do, places you’ll go. Then one thing happens, and all that goes to crap. It leaves you confused, nervous, and more than a bit scared about what the future will bring. So five years? That’s almost a lifetime, and right now I can’t see beyond tomorrow.
What's your favorite recipe?
I’m going to let you in on a secret here. I can’t cook to save my life. I burn water and call it coffee. Seriously, if you’d ask Sam, he’d regale you with tales about how I started not one, but two kitchen fires. If we’re talking any recipe, then that’s Sam’s pizza. Yes, we know that our friends praise the ones they get from Carlotti’s, and I’m fairly certain Ellis would live off the stuff if Wayne would allow it, but Sam’s is made with love.
He says pizza can change your life. I don’t see how, but Sam is rarely wrong, so maybe one day pizza will change our lives.
Thank you, Aaron!
About the authors:
K.C. Wells started writing in 2012, although the idea of writing a novel had been in her head since she was a child. But after reading that first gay romance in 2009, she was hooked. She now writes full time, and the line of men in her head, clamouring to tell their story, is getting longer and longer. If the frequent visits by plot bunnies are anything to go by, that’s not about to change anytime soon.
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Parker Williams believes that true love exists, but it always comes with a price. No happily ever after can ever be had without work, sweat, and tears that come with melding lives together.
Living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Parker held his job for nearly 28 years before he decided to move on and try new things. He’s enjoying his new life as a stay-at-home author because work always frowned on naps.
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