Cover © Alessia Brio
PURA VIDA (BOOK 3)
PP-025, PURPLE PROSAIC, JANUARY 2010
When Stormy Delgado traveled to Costa Rica in Wetter Has Never Been Better, little did she know that the country would become such an integral part of her life. ¡Pura Vida! takes Stormy and Charlie back to their beginnings... and adds Pietro to the mix for what one reviewer termed "incendiary" sex scenes.
CAUTION: Contains F/M/M ménage in several delightful
settings, ice & wax play, dueling blow jobs, and virgin buttsex.
[EROTICA, EROTIC ROMANCE, CONTEMPORARY, MULTIPLE PARTNERS, M/M/F, D/s, COSTA RICA]
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Charlie spotted Stormy before she noticed him. She looked relaxed yet
vibrant, sipping an iced mocha latte and chatting with a stunning young
man as they awaited his arrival. Pietro, he assumed, their newest team
member. When the Costa Rican government signed a long-term advertising
contract, Stormy offered the former rain forest tour guide a job as
manager of a local office—a move which pleased both the local business
community as well as the entrepreneurial young tico. She met Pietro on the
same fateful trip that brought her into his world, and Charlie suspected
Pietro's would also never be the same.
Stormy glanced at her cell phone and a small frown creased her brow. She rapidly punched its keypad with both thumbs and snapped it closed just as Charlie's phone beeped in the pocket of his jeans. "Where are you?" the text message read. He grinned and shot off a reply, watching her reaction as she received and then read it.
She stood and peered through the glass, searching for him with her hands forming parentheticals around laughing brown eyes. When she spotted him, she pressed her lips to the glass, winked, and waved. Charlie fired off another text message and waited for her reply. He drew the stares of his fellow travelers as he laughed out loud at her response: "Yes, but he doesn't know it yet."