(The sixth book in the Foreign Affairs series)
A novel by Mari Carr and Lexxie Couper
Misplaced Lessons Book 3 in the Foreign Affairs series A forced-sex fantasy is one thing - waking to find a scruffy man binding you to a bed is quite another. Amy fights him, until she realizes her friend must have set up the sexy scenario. They've swapped lives, with Harper flying to Australia and lending her Chicago home to Amy. While she's surprised Harper would go to such lengths to help her fulfill a fantasy, Amy figures... why not? After days of nonstop travel, Andrew arrives at the home he shares with his sister, Harper, with sleep on his mind - until he finds a naked intruder in his bed. Subduing the beauty, he assumes she's the blind date his pal had tried to set him up with. But would Mike actually sneak the woman into Andrew's house? Seems so. And he's not one to turn down such a gift. By the time each has learned the other's identity, Amy and Andrew have shared the most intense sexual experience of their lives. And they certainly don't want to stop now. Misplaced Hands Book 4 in theForeign Affairs series A "life swap" with her Australian friend finds Harper on Farpoint Creek Cattle Station, resident teacher for the next two weeks. Having rarely left Chicago, she's unprepared for many things Down Under - not the least of which is an instant, and instantly intense, attraction to not one, but two Aussie cowboys. She'd promised herself an adventure, so when the handsome pair come calling, Harper dives in. Literally. Stockmen Keith and Marc are head over heels in lust with the American teacher, though the attraction brings about some surprising revelations. Such as how right it feels to share a woman. This woman. No jealousy between the lifelong mates, just a burning need to bring Harper pleasure. Together. And they do so - until an unsettling event unearths her tragic revelation. Between Harper's inability to confide in the men and her stay at Farpoint racing to an end, it seems inevitable their loving menage will soon break apart. Doesn't it?