Meg’s Folly (Meghan’s Playhouse: Book Five)
Whiskey Creek Press Torrid: EBook
August, 2010 ISBN 978-1-60313-848-2
Novella, 41,000 words
Cover by Kendra Egert
Summer Theater, scenic mountains, a fabulous acting role, partners of both genders – Meg has it made. Is there any room for old flame Josh Hendricks?
Heat Rating Explicit sex: M/F, F/F; Ménage: M/F/F, M/F/M; four way; multiple partners; sex toys; anal sex.
Romance Junkies: Four Blue Ribbons MEG’S FOLLY is an erotic contemporary romance that is so super-steamy; you can practically see flames shooting from the pages. Although author Adriana Kraft makes clear the love Josh holds for Meg, readers cannot help but wonder how it will turn out… Sizzling hot and inventive sex scenes with various partners and genders perfectly blends with charismatic characters, an intriguing plot and imagination to make a story that will entertain and titillate its readers. The truly spicy story, MEG’S FOLLY, is not for the timid or faint of heart. ~ Dottie
When Meghan Keenan’s old flame Josh Hendricks unexpectedly shows up at the Summer Shakespeare Festival where she has a leading role, Meg has a brilliant inspiration: he’ll be perfect for Camila, the hot Latina who currently shares Meg’s bed. If Meg’s scheme works, she can continue to enjoy sexy escapades with both of them.
Josh has a different idea. He’s come to the Festival with one goal in mind: to marry Meg. Will Camila buy into the plan and help him spark Meg’s jealousy? Can Josh escape this tempting triangle unscathed? And if he does, can he claim his would-be bride before she flees in panic?
“My bed is already crowded.” Meg Keenan gave Josh Hendricks, her longtime friend and sometimes lover, a smile certain to perk his interest. That he’d arrived at the Sumer Shakespeare Festival wasn’t exactly a surprise—even though he wasn’t directing his contemporary comedy, he had written it. But it would’ve been good of him to let her know he was coming out. Last she’d heard, he was still ensconced in a theater guild in London. If she’d known, she might’ve planned a surprise or two. Meg always enjoyed surprising Josh. She inhaled sharply. Maybe she did have a surprise for him.
“I wouldn’t expect otherwise,” Josh said, his mouth widening into a grin. “I can’t remember you ever being without at least one partner. How many this time? What gender or genders?”
“I’ll always make room for you, Josh.” Meg sighed and squeezed Josh’s knee. They sat on the grass in the Green Show area where she’d been rehearsing a routine. Spying Josh leaning against a shade tree waiting for her had seemed quite natural. “It feels like you’ve hardly been away.”
“It’s been nearly eighteen months,” he said, taking her hand in his. “You could do better with e-mail.” Josh chuckled. “I was pleased to hear you had the lead here for the summer. Josette and Zach send their love. She tells me she’s trying to get you to join her theater workshop as a full partner. That’s quite the opportunity.”
“I know.” Meg winced. “I’m not sure I want to. That much responsibility might tie me down too much.”
Josh’s eyes sparkled. “When I was your pirate on the cruise ship, you didn’t mind being tied down.”