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    Book 1/Sin Hospital Amazing erotic romance series!

    There's a New Sin in Town is the first book in Tara Rose's Sin Hospital series. There's a New Sin in Town is Vivian's, Preston's, and Luke's story. Vivian Tremaine has been the director of Human Resources at Sin Hospital for years. Her job is pretty much her entire life, especially since her husband, Cletus, was arrested, convicted of armed robbery and aggravated assault, and sent to prison for ten years. Since then, she's been alone, waiting for him to return, for ten long years. When he's released, he shows up drunk to tell her he's divorcing her to marry his public defender, and, in true Cletus style, punches holes in the sheetrock all over her house. Preston Benson, III, is a the new chief trauma surgeon at Sin Hospital. He's fresh from Chicago, and certainly hasn't made things easy for himself. He's a loner, doesn't make friends easily, and refuses to let people in. But Preston has good reason to keep to himself. He left Chicago holding a secret that could destroy not only his reputation but his entire career. Coming to Sin wasn't his first choice. It was his ONLY choice. He's not happy being in Sin and isn't looking forward to the next year of his contract. But he really has no alternative. Only a handful of people in Sin knows the real reason he's there, and Vivian Tremaine is one of them. Despite that fact, Preston finds himself irresistibly drawn to the beautiful HR director. Luke Henderson is Vivian's next-door neighbor, former brother-in-law, former husband to her best friend, Susan, and lifelong friend. Susan and their son, Jacob, were killed three years prior in an auto accident caused by a drunk driver. Ever since, Luke has been alone, working for his family's business but secretly pining for Vivian, on whom he's had a crush for years. An unexpected turn of events brings the two men to Vivian's house for dinner on the same night, and Vivian realizes that not only does she still carry a torch for Luke after all these years, but she's intensely attracted to Preston as well. As Vivian starts seeing each man separately, she realizes she has a problem. She doesn't want to give up either man. At first, each man is naturally jealous of the other. But one night Vivian brings them together and lays out the facts. She wants to be with both of them, as in together in a triad. Although initially shocked by her proposition, the men agree to talk it out. But a triad, in a small town in Tennessee? Despite its name, Sin is hardly a hotbed of hot, racy, sexual activity. It's more known for its gossip mill than for the sexual antics that take place there. The town's gossip mill is already busy with the news that Vivian's dating two different men at the same time. But soon the town's attention is quickly drawn away from Vivian's dating habits. Preston's past becomes common knowledge. Soon he has local troubles that could not only end his career for good but also ruin the budding relationship between him and Vivian. And Luke's his friend too, so that's an added complication. Mother Nature decides to throw in her two cents' worth. One final comment. This is an ADULT book containing explicit language and sexual scenes. If you don't enjoy this type of book, then PLEASE carefully consider your purchase before buying it. PLEASE DON'T BUY ANY BOOK YOU KNOW YOU WON'T ENJOY AND THEN LEAVE A POOR REVIEW AS IT'S NOT FAIR TO THE AUTHOR! She works very hard to provide a quality work product. If you know you'll object to the subject matter before buying the book, you're doing not only yourself, but the author, an extreme disservice. Thanks for reading my review and happy reading!

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