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When do friendship, sex, and love intersect?Three scorching hot first-time threesome tales of a group of friends suddenly discovering that they can become much more!Three of K.D. Wests steamiest, most popular tales, collected for the first time:MoreWhen do friendship, sex, and love intersect?Three scorching hot first-time threesome tales of a group of friends suddenly discovering that they can become much more!Three of K.D. Wests steamiest, most popular tales, collected for the first time:Truth & Games: Felicity, Ben, and Aaron have been friends for years. During a rainy-day get-together over margaritas, Felicity challenges her men to a game that will bring things to a whole new level. A tale of friendship, romance, and thinking outside the lines.The Visitor: Leas got a four-alarm fire burning and she knows just who she wants to put it out. Or does she? Lea is in Atlanta for a job interview, and her best friends brother, Sean the firefighter, is happy to give her a place to sleep. But his is the bed shed rather sleep in. Or perhaps its his roommate Andys? And when a visitor comes to her that night... Well, who is she to be picky if its one, the other, or...? A tale of sexy firefighters, a mystery lover, and embracing the unknown — literally!Over the Top: Danny and Suzie, Luz and Jamie - the four had been planning for over a year on heading up after graduation to the cabin by the lake. Two couples, doing what couples do. But that was before Danny and Suzie decided to be mature and break it off. And so now its one couple. And Danny. And Dannys getting frustrated. A tale of desire, frustration, and a friendly, helping... mouth.Bonus! The Trouble with Triplets, Pt. I: Allison has been teasing her lover and former teacher Ken with the idea of a threesome. Ken has another lesson hed like to impart. (A preview of a story from the Erotic Tales: Letters to Allison series(MMF ménage à trois three-way sexuality- includes some male bisexuality. For adult readers only)Extract:“Lets play a game,” Felicity said, as Aaron mixed their third round of margaritas on her kitchen counter. Though it was late spring, it looked like anything but. The rain was coming down in sheets outside. Sheets.Ben snorted. “What kind of game? Poker? You hate it. Go Fish?”Felicity pulled one of her curls out so that she could see it, searching for the grey that would appear one of these years. “I had something different in mind,” she said.“What?” Aaron said wryly as he splashed tequila liberally into the pitcher,“Spin the Bottle? Truth or Dare?”“Something a little more like that, I suppose,” said Felicity as demurely as she could manage, reaching down and pulling a tiny clear vial from her purse, which was resting on the floor beneath the table.“What the hells that, Lici?” Ben asked. Aaron placed the lime-green pitcher in the center of table and peered at the little bottle, clearly intrigued.“Truth serum,” said Felicity and held up the label. “Amobarbital.”They stared at her. “Felicity,” Aaron said, “Isn’t that stuff supposed to be strictly controlled…?”“I do have prescription privileges, you know. Besides, one of the perks of working in a research hospital,” said Felicity. “I get to… circumvent some of the control laws from time to time.”“Fuck,” Ben muttered. “I always said we were a bad influence on this girl.”She gave them what she hoped was a suitably evil smile.“So,” Aaron said, pouring the drinks out even as his eyes remained fixed on the bottle in Felicitys fingers, “what sort of game was it that you had in mind?”“Well, first we drink up,” Felicity said, carefully titrating three drops into each of the three glasses. Aaron was chewing his lip. Ben looked white as a sheet. “Dont you trust me?” she asked, and downed half of her sour-sweet tumbler.“Course we do…” Ben muttered and looked to Aaron, who merely shrugged. “Fuck. Cheers.”“Cheers,” Aaron said, and they drank, deeply.