Craig and Jack have been lovers and
partners for years. When Craig turns thirty, he feels sort of
an epiphany and is unsure what it means. Suddenly he finds
himself wanting to experience the softness of a woman and the
sound of children’s laughter. However, he doesn’t want to
experience this if Jack is not okay with it and so they talk.
When Jack assures Craig that he is up for Craig’s idea, they
don’t know how to proceed but figure it will come to them.
And it does -- In the form of beautiful and soft Wren Browne.
Jack loves Craig more than his own life.
Reassured that Craig still loves him, Jack agrees to Craig’s
plan and to be honest, at times he would love to feel the
touch of a woman also. Meeting Wren Browne rocks his world
and he can’t wait to find out how everything is going to
happen because if there is one thing he is certain about, it
is what he feels for both Craig and Wren.
Wren Browne, scarred and often times
overlooked, is lonely. Surrounded by friends, she sees
couples fall in love and wishes for the same thing. Resigned
to being alone she goes about her life making lists and doing
her job as a consultant. Her consulting job helping Jack with
his landscaping business allows her to make a new friend and
Wren finds herself thinking about Jack in more than a friendly
manner. Then, when she meets Craig and recognizes him as the
man that was nice to her in a bar, she is happy to find two
new friends. Dare she hope for more? What will happen when
Wren’s feelings for the two men border on love instead of
I absolutely engulfed Tea for Three
in one sitting. I could not put this book down. Steamy,
sensuous, and completely captivating, I found myself immersed
in a truly delightful love story that featured the kind of
love only few ever find. Craig and Jack’s partnership and
love was erotic and very much a partnership. Their love for
Wren surpassed all of my expectations and made me yearn for
what she was able to have with two completely magnificent
men. Thumbs up on Tea for Three! It was great!