Welcome to the first post of 2012 and the first page of the last book in the Three Of A Kind Series, Full House.
First Page of Full House
Trev Greenfield pocketed his mobile phone and swallowed back his agitation. Still no message. Shit. Tonight, more than ever before, he wanted his phone to beep.
He set the box of poker chips and cards on the table and turned to put out glasses and drinks.
The lights above him flickered and died, cloaking him in darkness.
Well, just freaking perfect. Poker in less than an hour, and no lights. No text message, either, but hey, who’s keeping track?
“Trev?” a feminine voice called from the other side of the house. “The power’s gone again.”
He laughed softly. As if he needed the heads-up. Still, he couldn’t get annoyed. Not when it was Grace Miles stating the obvious. It seemed anything that came out of his new housemate’s mouth was welcome. So long as he could hear her voice, he was happy.
“How often does this happen in Sydney?” Grace yelled. “It’s the third time in as many weeks.”
“Not often at all,” Trev called back and inched his way to the lounge room. “Almost never, in fact. Something must be wonky with the power supply to the neighborhood.”
“Yeah? Well, I wish they’d fix it. I’m running late.”
“You going out now?”
“Uh-huh. Got a date.”
Lucky man. Trev wouldn’t mind dating his gorgeous housemate. With her long blonde hair, unbelievable curves and breasts that begged to be touched, Grace was easy on the eyes. Very easy on the eyes indeed. Which surprised Trev, seeing as he usually didn’t give women much of a second glance. Not that he had anything against them. No, not that at all. He’d had his fair share of women in the past, and he’d enjoyed them all heartily. Lately, however, his taste favored men.
Get ready for the first page of the first book in the Fire Series, Winter Fire, tomorrow.