When Brad has to go away for business, he asks Paul–the man he trusts most in the world, his best friend–to keep his wife, Jolie, busy, and to look after her while he’s gone. But when Brad’s job puts him on the road more than he is home, Paul and Jolie’s easy camaraderie becomes tinged with desire and lust, at least on Paul’s part.
Paul confesses his feelings for Jolie, fully expecting Brad’s wrath, and he isn’t disappointed when Brad doesn’t take the hastily-share revelation well. Brad, however, once the shock wears off, has other ideas for Paul and Jolie, assuming the two people he loves most in the world agree.
If he applies a little lustful logic, will Brad’s idea save their marriage? Will it save Paul and Jolie’s friendship? Will these feelings between them all rip this once peaceful and loving family apart? Does Jolie even feel the same?
So many questions and potential pitfalls that put more than a decade of friendship, a year of marriage and a family relationship all on the line. The answers can all be found in THREE: A Family Affair