For Lane Kaplan, one forbidden fantasy has always twisted in her mind. Whenever she saw two handsome men grabbing a drink or playing basketball, she could not keep the lurid vision from her thoughts. But now thoughts of fantasies are gone.
This year has been a world of ashes. One cheating husband and one divorce later, Lane is free from a horrible marriage but cannot shake the gloom of a broken heart. The chances of finding one man able to tease a fevered arousal from her seem long indeed. Finding two is a sweet delusion.
But when her friend Eva plants a wonderfully bad idea into her ear, Lane’s watchful eye on the handsome young intern in her office turns into a predator’s gaze.
“Don’t worry about finding love,” Eva tells her. “What you need to do is take out your frustration on some young hard body. Men have been chasing interns for years. It’s time we catch up.”
It was a dangerous, ridiculous temptation, but one with the power to start Lane down a wild path. With Kyle wrapped around her desires, she finds fantasies, with the right mindset, have a strange power to become scorching realities.
The world of The Ravenwood Circle
At the beginning, the Ravenwood Circle held just two people: Eva Ravenwood and her husband Peter.
Locked in a mundane marriage, Eva is desperate to break the forces grinding on their lives and leeching the fun and romance from their once storybook marriage. Taking a rash chance, Eva proposes slipping the dull confines of their suburban world and live out the fantasies they’ve repressed for so long.
Before the story is fully told, people known and unknown to Eva and Peter have felt the influence of their first provocative choice. Like a secret fever dream jumping from one to another and another, the reach of the Ravenwood Circle ripples far beyond the lives of the two at its center.
About T. Lee Alexis
T. Lee Alexis works to put the experiences of a lifetime into wild, searing, erotic tales with a basis in the reality she’s covered as a journalist in New York, Washington, D.C. and Hollywood. She always has time to interact with readers.
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