Niki and Bryan Gauld are looking for someone special and they’d hoped to find that someone through the parties but no one has any appeal - not like their voyeuristic neighbor.
They’ve had their share of heartache and are trying to go on with their lives after a terrible loss.
Niki and Bryan are faced with a fascination with their neighbor but going about approaching the lonely man may prove to be tricky.
The only pleasure Niki and Bryan are finding these days in their weekly sex parties is their sexy introverted neighbor Richard.
The simple fact that he silently watches the goings on at their house on the weekends intrigues them.
Richard is just as curious about them simply because while they are the ones throwing the sex parties, they never participate - they simply oversee them.
On one such occasion, Niki beckons him to join them, but Richard stalks back into his own house rather than acknowledging the invitation.
Convincing Richard that they’re genuinely interested in him is going to present a bit of a challenge.
Niki and Bryan aren’t above becoming a little inventive in the seduction department.
The following Saturday evening Niki and Bryan put on a private display for Richard in their backyard and for once Richard doesn’t remain detached.
In fact, he’s turned on by both of them but doesn’t feel he deserves happiness.
It’ll be up to Niki and Bryan to show him that he not only deserves to be happy but the guilt he feels about the war is completely misplaced.
Mechele Armstrong finals out the VETERANS series with her contribution - NOTHING TO LOSE.
Richard is a strong man who is living with some heavy guilt over events that happened during the time he served in the military.
Niki and Bryan can understand his guilt but they’re also able to help Richard view the events more realistically.
This storyline has a lot of emotional appeal and of course contains plenty of hot sweaty sex that is sure to satisfy readers on every level.
If you haven’t read the other books in the VETERANS series be sure to check them out.
They’re all wonderfully written tales and a tribute to the men (and women) who serve in the armed forces.