Monday, October 11, 2010

Hot Flash: Beautiful Music-- Interlude in C by Faith Talbot


Beautiful Music: Interlude in C

by Faith Talbot
Cover art: Bryan Keller
ISBN: 978-1-60521-480-1
Genre(s): Paranormal, Hot Flashes
Theme(s): Ménage, Bisexual and More, Cougar
Series: Beautiful Music
Length: Hot Flash

Kayla, Jason, and Erik know they're meant for each other, but staying together means making some serious changes.
Beautiful Music: Interlude in C

Faith Talbot

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Copyright ©2010 Faith Talbot

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The tiny apartment smelled like pot, partially washed male, and a little like something that had been left in the back of the refrigerator too long. Kayla tried not to wrinkle her nose; she could already see the poorly hidden trepidation on Jason's face as he led her into the living room. The coffee table had a pizza box and two empty takeout containers on it. Kayla idly wondered how long they'd been there. Daze on End had been on tour until last week, and Jason and Erik hadn't been home for any substantial amount of time for at least three months, as far as she knew.

"Well," said Jason, not quite meeting Kayla's eyes, "here it is."

Erik, not showing much in the way of trepidation at all, flopped onto the couch and dropped his feet on the coffee table. One of the takeout containers fell onto the floor.

"Home sweet home," he said, and tipped his head back and closed his eyes.

"Sorry it's a mess," Jason offered.

Kayla followed Jason into the bedroom, carrying her overnight bag. The smell here was rawer, muskier, and Kayla waited, unsure what to say as Jason hastily put down his own burden of luggage and pushed open a window.

"Really, God, I'm sorry. This place is a fucking mess."

Kayla set her bags gently on the floor. "It's okay, Jason. You haven't been home in ages. You're guys. It could be a lot worse."

She smiled, and was relieved when he gave her a sheepish smile back. "Yeah. Well. It's kind of always like this."

"I was giving you an out, honey. Take it."

Jason laughed, still sounding a little nervous, but better. Kayla stepped up to him and kissed him soundly on the mouth.

"One thing, though," she said, feeling him relax under her touch. "You are not fucking me on those sheets until they've been washed."

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