NYT and USA Today author Suzanne Rock writes an Ecstasy Spa prequel where an impulsive gesture leads two lonely souls to a hot encounter and a new beginning.
Stuck in a dead-end relationship with a guy who cared more about image than feelings, Theo Nash knew that he couldn’t keep living his life for others. Something had to change, but after burning bridges with his friends and family over his bisexuality, he lacked the motivation to shed his boyfriend and begin life anew. In utter despair, he spends New Year’s Eve at his boyfriend’s bar, drinking away his sorrows. Then Celeste Pinard steps into his life, and suddenly he finds the strength of will to become the man he was meant to be.
Humiliated by her former boyfriends, Celeste flees to America in hopes of starting over. Unfortunately, things don’t go as planned and this feisty entrepreneur ends up dancing for men who love her body more than her mind. Desperate to live life on her own terms, she performs an impulsive act with a man she barely knows, and the results end up being more than she ever dreamed possible.