crashing down when her father got sick. She had to say goodbye to her friends, her job and the love of her life to move half way across the country and be with her family.
It's a year and a half later, her father has passed away and she just wants to return to her old life in Baltimore. But when she comes home, nothing is the same. Her best friend is pregnant and very, very hormonal. Her new boss is extra attentive. The worst of all, her old flame has a new girlfriend.
Corbin Medina is "Just okay." He started his own successful app business. His girlfriend is beautiful and caring. Despite his best friend whining about the fear of fatherhood, he couldn't be happier for him. So, why is he just okay? Because his one true love isn't there to share it all with him - until she walks through the door on Thanksgiving.
Him Her Them is the first complete set of the steamy Him Her Them series of erotic romances with a bonus story Luna & Corbin. If you like confident heroines, sexy as hell heroes, and interconnected stories, then you will love Elizabeth Lynx’s idea of love, lust, and heartbreak.
Book Teaser from bonus story Luna & Corbin:
Shari is curling her fingers through my hair as we sit on the couch in Pierce's Mom's house. His mom is hosting Thanksgiving and we are the first to arrive. I really wish Pierce and Jos would show up, I want a distraction from Shari. I will even put up with Jos's massive pregnancy mood swings. I think I need to break up with Shari, it's not right how I feel.
"Nothing Shari, just a bit tired I guess." I lie.
Pierce's mom, Jennifer, comes out and places a tray of cheese and crackers out for us. I shrug off Shari and lean over and grab some food from the white porcelain platter on the coffee table.
"So, Corbin, I'm glad you and Shari could make it today. I thought with Luna, you wouldn't show up."
Jennifer sits across from the couch, which I can only assume is 'her' chair as that seems to be the only one I ever see her sit in.
What is she talking about with Luna? Why would I be upset about that, we broke up a year and half ago and it's been that long since she's been here.
"I'm afraid I don't follow Miss Carver. Why would Luna bother me?"
Jennifer squints her eyes and then widens them in surprise. Both Shari and I are looking at her curiously.
"Oh hon, I thought you knew. Luna, she's back. She is going to be here for Thanksgiving dinner. Coming with Pierce and Jos. I thought you knew."
What? Wait, wait-- what? But she's in Minnesota, not here. This must be a mistake. Pierce would have told me. Wouldn't he?
"I don't understand, last I heard --and I talked to Pierce a week ago-- she was still in Minnesota."
My hands are becoming slick with stress and the more Shari rubs my neck, the more irritating it becomes. I shrug my shoulders trying to get her to stop, which she finally does. I lean closer to the edge of the couch as if that will make me understand the situation better.
"Why didn't Pierce tell me? I...I don't understand."
Jennifer looks nervous but becomes distracted when a knock comes on the door and then it swings open. I hear Jos and look over to see her belly before I see her peep out from the door.
"It's fine Pierce. Your mom is expecting us. I have to go pee so I am sorry if I just can't wait for someone to open the door!"
Jos duck walks into the house stopping to give Jennifer, who has gotten up and is making her way to the entrance, a kiss on the cheek and then walks past to the bathroom on the other side of the stairs. Pierce follows, then stops his mom at the doorway to give her a hug.
"Hey mom, sorry about bursting in, you know Jos."
He lifts from the hug smiling at his mom who is beaming back at him.
"No worries son. A pregnant woman's bladder waits for no man, or woman as the case may be. Where's Luna?"
Jennifer looks past Pierce.
"She's grabbing the food from the car. She should be here shortly."
Pierce walks in and I immediately glare at him. He gives a weak smile in response and then looks at the floor, then down the hall, finally he says, "Oh hey Corbin, Shari! I gotta go check on Jos."
He darts away. That bastard!
"Oh Luna! Here let me help you. It's so wonderful to see you hon!"
Jennifer reaches past the door and then turns back inside with a tray in her hand. That's when I see her. It's been so long and all I can think is how beautiful she still is. It's only been a year and a half, but I wanted her to change. I want to feel as if time has passed her-- us-- by. Getting over her was the hardest thing I have ever done. I'll admit I was quite the asshole for a while. Even Pierce got irritated at me, many times.
I just started to become more of my old self, which I think has a lot to do with Shari. She is so gentle and understanding. When I talked to her about Luna I think she could sympathize. She told me about a lost love from years ago who moved to London. Perhaps we help each other. I can only hope.
But, now I look at Luna and it's like Shari has melted away. That's awful, so awful. I want to look at Luna and feel nothing, maybe even sympathy for the loss of her father, nothing more. But, I can't. Oh god I'm in trouble.
Him Her Them
This is a hot and sexy erotic romance. It's about Jos and Pierce and their one night stand that leads to more than each other thought and impacted more than just themselves. Read it if you need something keep you warm at night!
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