Shannon McNal is scared. Someone is
killing hermaphrodites, and she is frightened that she’s going
to be next. Unfortunately, her protectors are only making it
worse, tying her up in knots over her attraction for them
both. This is completely horrid timing, especially when she
finds out they already are a couple. Besides, even if they
were single, she doesn’t think either would be interested in a
relationship with her.
Detectives Tannamae Jones and Fergus
DeSoto are determined to stick to Shannon, even though they
realize that their presence is making her uncomfortable. The
more they find out about her, the more drawn to her they are.
Placed together, the three are starting
to have less than pure thoughts about each other. The more
time they spend together, the more Tanny, Fergus and Shannon
become closer. Unfortunately, there is still someone out
there who wants to hurt Shannon in the worst possible way. Is
it possible for these three to resolve their relationship and
keep Shannon safe?
Christmas Noir is, quite simply, a stunning
combination of heat, emotion and suspense. Shannon is an
incredibly relatable character; all of her feelings are
understandable and served to draw me into the story. I fell
in love with her struggles, her feelings of loneliness and her
happiness and joy when she realized that she might be able to
get what she wants. Christmas Noir is a must-read for anyone looking for something different.
Publisher’s Notes: This book contains
content that may be offensive to some readers: m/f/m ménage;
m/m sexual contact. Christmas Noir was previously released in
last year's Rated X-mas anthology. As one of the stories in
the anthology is no longer available, Christmas Noir has been
broken out for individual sale.