Paige Brooks has been best friends with a guy named Jude Hastings following a clerical error that put them in the same college dorm room. They have continued to share an apartment even after Mike Parker, Jude’s lover, joined them. Although three has been company for several years, Paige has finally admitted to herself that she’s falling in love not only with Jude but with Mike.
When Paige is assigned to write an article about sex toys, she goes on a shopping trip, bringing home an assortment of mystifying goodies. Clueless as to how to use the items, she’s surprised when Jude and Mike offer to help with her research. Following one night of fun and passion, she’s head over heels for both men. But is the feeling mutual?
Paige and Jude have been roommates since college, and Jude’s friend Mike joins them in their apartment. Jude and Mike have been lovers for years, and Paige feels like a perpetual third wheel. She would move on, except that she’s in love with both men, and she doesn’t have enough money to move out on her own. She longs for both men to be her lovers, but despairs because they are gay.
What Paige doesn’t know is the men are both bisexual, and would love to include Paige in their little family, but don’t know how to approach her about their fantasy.
When the three finally make it to the bedroom together, they are amazed at how well they click. However, loving each other and getting along in the world as a threesome will be difficult, so Paige decides to leave anyhow.
What will the men do to get her back? What can they plan that will make her feel wanted? Turn Another Paige is a cute little story, with a lot of uncertainty and conflict, especially on Paige’s part. Ingenious way of solving their problems that leads to a HEA ending.
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