Briana knew she needed to give college a second try. After the death of her parents and the battle to keep her brother out of trouble, her aunt’s offer to take him while she took classes was a relief. The roommate ad looks perfect; a bed to sleep in and a roof over her head. A new friend to share an experience with in college. What could possibly go wrong? Briana didn’t think her new roomie would be willing to share her boyfriend, too!
Aidan has a lot of baggage that comes with his six-year-long open relationship with his girlfriend, Cynthia. While Aidan and Briana grow close over their attempts to rehabilitate a rescue horse on his family ranch, Cynthia repeatedly makes a suggestion that has the both of them blushing. They won’t; they can’t… until they do.
In the Town Time Forgot Book 3, Terminus, the tragic tale comes full circle as Agent Devon McKenzie and Detective Christopher Gates find themselves back to the beginning, back to where it all began. Terminus means the end, it infers an event has reached its conclusion and it certainly seems that way once they return to New York City with notorious criminal, Gregor Esteban, in tow and ready to begin the life together they’d but dreamed of. But dreams are seldom as they seem and theirs is no exception as a new evil threatens to destroy them in ways neither imagined before to such extent not only their lives are in compromise but those they care about as well.
Can they defeat the demon from their past or will it devour them piece by piece generation by generation until nothing remains? Does love ever die? Or does it go on infinitely in the stars, in the lights of the Aurora Borealis, or in the beating heart of a man or a woman?
There is no end for love, not really. With the last breath, if flies like the wind through the trees and shines in the sun’s rays. It flows through the water of the rivers and is reborn in the cry of a newborn baby. It is infinite, timeless, and forever.
Tragedy comes in all forms, and you never know how you’ll deal with it. Four friends have all dealt with their fair share of struggles. Dillion, an aspiring writer with writers block because of his brothers sudden death, Jesse the emotional stunted drink thanks to his boyfriend’s suicide, Ivan the abused victim just looking for a place to call home, and Leo the stubborn romantic trying to get his friends to open up, while keeping his issues close to his chest.
With these four friends, they avoid all their elephants in the room like a death card agreement between Dillion and Jesse, Ivan completely hoping his abusive lover with change or even Leo focusing on his friends problems instead of his own. Can these four friends learn to embrace and accept their own tragedy or will they be stuck in the past?
Thirst Trap is a humorous coming of age novel dealing with sexuality, tragedy, substance abuse, and the most beautiful insane friendships.