A virgin hero grappling with his sexuality.
A theater student coping with her mental illness.
A struggling actor with a haunted past.
One week of pure temptation.
Mikey Pelletier’s world has no room for sexual deviance. Giving into his desires could mean losing his job, his family, and his community at his church. Besides, he’s not the type of guy you swipe right for: a painfully shy, 25-year-old virgin.
Ever since her diagnosis, Krissy Porter thinks she can’t be normal again, let alone have a relationship. She’s drawn to Mikey, but there’s an extra complication: her friend-with-benefits, “hetero-flexible” roommate, Rafe.
Mikey needs to win Krissy’s heart, but his attraction to Rafe keeps getting in the way. Krissy doesn't know what to feel, other than wanting them both. And Rafe? He’s the angel and devil on both of their shoulders. Will they be unable to slay their inner demons? Or will one week of intimacy, revelations and kink lead to love?
An ugly duckling story that’s deliciously steamy, surprisingly romantic and UNAPOLOGETICALLY HOT, The Theory of Deviance is a must listen for fans of ménage.