The second novella in the Threefold trilogy is done, so I thought I’d introduce you to Brad.
Brad Miller thought he was being attentive to his girlfriend’s needs when he talked his best friend into having sex with her. It’s Becca’s fantasy he wants to fulfill, and that’s the only reason he’s trying to convince Colin to join the two of them on her birthday.
Colin stubbornly insists it’s a bad idea. Feelings may develop and risk their friendship, as well as Brad’s relationship with Becca. But Brad wants it all, and for the first time in his life, he doesn’t want to think about consequences.
Until consequences catch up with him.
Note: The story is eventually m/f/m, but this installment is m/m.
“He wasn’t better than me?” Brad trailed his fingers along Becca’s thigh. He’d managed not to ask for almost the entire weekend, but he had to know.
She propped herself up, and looked down at him with a sly smile. “Best post-coital line ever. Were you thinking of Colin the whole time?”
Brad enjoyed the weight of her breasts pressing into his chest. He tangled his fingers in her wild hair, and pulled her to him for a deep kiss he hoped conveyed how mind blowing sex with her was. “I can’t think of anything when I’m inside you. You know that.” He bucked his hips, to stress his point.
“Good.” She nuzzled his neck.
A few seconds ticked by, before he asked, “So, was he?”
Becca cracked up. “I knew you wouldn’t let it go.” She rolled to the side, but kept touching him, drawing circles on his skin, playing with the line of hair beneath his navel.
If he weren’t completely drained, he’d go for another round. “That’s not an answer.”
“Do you want an answer?”
He turned to face her. “I do. I want to know what he did better, so I can top him next time.” Becca arched an eyebrow, and he grinned. She always made him smile or grin or laugh. He couldn’t get enough of her.
“Okay, if it’s to get me even better sex. He was different. Seemed more sure of himself, and at the same time his touch was less confident. It was…different.”
“I can be different.” He cupped one of her breasts and grazed the nipple with the pad of his thumb.
“You don’t have to. You’re you, and Colin’s not. I like sex with both of you, which I thought was the point of what we asked him to do. Am I wrong?” Her tone had lost the playfulness it conveyed till now, and she studied him intensely. A vertical line creased her forehead. Was she worried or upset?
Brad caught her gaze and held it, while he sought the answer to her question. Yes, the point was for her to have sex she’d love with two different men. It was her fantasy he wanted to fulfill. Because it was all supposed to be about her. Not about Brad’s need to get closer to Colin, by sharing the woman he loved with him.
And how long would Brad be able to sit on that last bit of information?
“You’re not wrong.” He tucked a strand of Becca’s curly hair behind her ear. He loved her hair. Loved how she used it to caress his stomach when she went down on him. Loved tugging on it, as he took her against the window, for the world to see that she was his and his alone.
How could he be so possessive of her, yet ache to share her as much as she wanted to be shared—if not more? “I want to give you your wish for your birthday,” he said, and felt like a dirty liar.
Her expression remained serious. “I don’t want you to do this for me, if you’re not a thousand percent on board. Yes, Colin is gorgeous…” Brad narrowed his eyes, and she glared. “You know he’s stunning. You can see it. The man is an Adonis. That face belongs on the cover of a magazine, and his body—”
“Enough with singing his praise. Make your point, please.”
“My point is he’s not my boyfriend. You are. He is really good in bed, or on the floor, but if you’re not okay with it, he doesn’t have to join us. Not on my birthday, not ever.”
Brad nodded, trying to ignore the disappointment in her tone. She liked Colin more than she let on. Wanted to be with him again. But she wouldn’t, if Brad didn’t want her to.
He already offered Colin an out—gave him the option to pretend his time with Becca never happened. This was Brad’s out, his chance to draw a line between his relationship with Becca and his friendship with Colin, and keep them separate for good. To protect all three of them from the harm Colin warned him about. To keep things as safe as possible.
If he wanted to.
But he didn’t.
Colin Daniels is shallow, and proud of it. He only concerns himself with people who live up to his standards of beauty, and his best friend’s new girlfriend is found lacking. Becca is curvy, loud, and apparently all for public displays of affection.
None of that would matter, if Colin didn’t find her sexy despite his better judgment. When Brad asks for a favor, Colin has to choose between giving in to his desires and respecting the very few boundaries he’s set for himself.
Never screw your best friend’s girl. Or your best friend.
Note: The story is eventually m/f/m (and includes m/m) but this installment is m/f.
Read the First Chapter Colin (Threefold #1) by Sotia Lazu-ChapterOne