After being forced out of his company, Nelson returns home a billionaire with a hole in his life. When he meets Kimberly and Samuel, he decides he’ll have them both.
But Kimberly and Samuel aren’t a couple, and Samuel’s the one holding things up. He hasn’t dated a woman in five years, and even though it’s plain he loves Kimberly, he agrees to Nelson’s threesome on the condition that it be only one night.
Kimberly would marry Samuel in an instant if he asked. He’s just not interested. But a single night to satisfy her curiosity is better than never knowing Samuel’s kiss.
There’s no way for Nelson, Samuel and Kimberly to all get what they want, and one careless moment of weakness carries the power to destroy everything.
A month after billionaire Nelson takes Kimberly and Samuel into his bed, their friendship is in tatters. Nelson tries to stay neutral, but he can’t stand by while Samuel takes a hammer to the fragile pieces of Kimberly’s heart.
Nelson isn’t a therapist; he’s a dominant man used to exacting sexual control from his lovers. He knows that tearing a submissive apart can lead to breakthroughs… or breakdowns.
It’s one thing to risk himself, but if he stumbles, beautiful, innocent Kimberly will pay the price of his failure.
Nelson has never been afraid of anything. Except himself.
A gorgeous, unmarried billionaire at age 30 with a craving for kinky threesomes, Nelson seems to attract the broken and the damaged. Just when he thinks he’s found a future with Samuel and Kimberly, Nelson’s former lovers reappear, still furious–and now suing–over a BDSM session gone bad.
He has never forgiven himself for what happened that night, and as old wounds are ripped open, he struggles to hide his darkest secrets and the truths they reveal about the man he really is.
Kimberly and Samuel have never been so happy, and they owe it all to Nelson. He’s their dominating lover, their hero, their savior, and they don’t care about his past mistakes. They need him, and they’ll put everything on the line to prove that he’s a good man.