Taking the Lead

But when Jessa undergoes surgery, both men are there to support her. Now it’s up to Jessa — does she choose to love one, or let them both go?
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Two brothers awakened a desire she’d never known…

Jessa Andrews loves her job. A top reporter at Detroit’s premiere newspaper, work is her life until headaches and other unusual medical symptoms begin to worsen. Doctors tell her they need her family’s medical history to diagnose and find a cure. Having exhausted all options, Jessa hires an investigative duo she’s worked with in the past to help her find her father. The PI’s are brothers and the attraction is instant and mutual, and as the three work together on her case they become very close. Now Jessa can’t decide who she wants… but as time goes by she realizes maybe she can have them both.

Reece and Ryan Boynton are twins and have supported one another through thick and thin including having the same taste in women. Not unusual for the brothers to share there is something about Jessa that is different. For the first time, Reece and Ryan have their differences and as one brother’s bond deepens the other is left questioning everything he thought he knew about himself and his brother.

But when Jessa undergoes surgery, both men are there to support her. Now it’s up to Jessa — does she choose to love one, or let them both go?

And the men don’t make her decision any easier.

Jenna is a hot newspaper reporter for a weekly Detroit newspaper. She's having some health issues, and decides to do genetic testing. When her health gets worse, she hires a PI firm - two brothers, actually - to help locate the father she never knew. Reese and Ryan are twin brothers who share a lot of things. Women, sometimes. They're into kink, and attend functions through an exclusive private club. The very same club that Jessa's best friend has talked her into visiting. The three of them begin relationships - she dominates Ryan, and Reese dominates her. Can they make this work with three of them? This was an interesting book to read, much different than anything else (for me, anyway). I really like Jenna - strong, smart, driven, even with all the curve balls that life has thrown her way. Kristen is such a great and supportive friend. I was really glad to see Jenna find her happy ending with ???? (Sorry, no spoilers here!)

-- karenc

Tara Eldana (Author)

I am an award-winning staff writer for a weekly community newspaper chain in metro Detroit. I became hooked on romance fiction when my 11th grade English teacher rejected the book report I wrote, saying the book was much too easy for me, and insisted I read and report on Daphne du Maurier’s “Rebecca.” I read Margaret Mitchell’s “Gone With the Wind” that previous summer. I took a long road through J-school, graduating from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan in ’95, just shy of 20 years after I finished high school, raising a couple kids, working part-time and doing my homework while my husband and kids watched TV. Still I found time to read what my kids called my “mush books.” I love the romance genre and love letting my characters take control of their stories. I am a member of the Greater Detroit Romance Writers of America. I write under the pen name of Tara Eldana.

But when Jessa undergoes surgery, both men are there to support her. Now it’s up to Jessa — does she choose to love one, or let them both go?

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