Three's a Crowd
Three's a Crowd
When Cisca's mother receives a well-deserved, thrilling job offer in Johannesburg, Cisca has no choice but to tag along. Having grown up in the countryside, she dreads this change in scenery, a feeling that is amplified once she sets eyes on the Firelli twins.
They are equally popular, rich and handsome; and both have the ability to make her blood boil with lust and anger. However, their personalities couldn't be more different if they tried. Andrew appeals to her thoughtful, spiritual side, while Franklin's quick temper somehow causes her heart, and panties, to melt.
The twins have always been highly competitive, and neither refuses to step aside to let the other claim Cisca's heart. Will she be able to resist their charms, or will she end up choosing one-or both-of them?
It's been nine years since Cisca walked away from the Firelli twins, but they still consumed her every waking thought. The night they'd spent together didn't make it easy to forget them.
She's moved on as best she could and has found success in business, becoming one of the most sought-after managers in South Africa's burgeoning film industry. Her love life, however, has not been as lucky.
And now, the prospect of seeing Andrew at the premiere of his first big-budget animation loomed over her. Did he want to see her? Will he even show up and, if he did, will Franklin join him?
A sexy encounter in a Cape Town club, before the big night, leads her to wonder if 2015 will finally be the year where they can pick up where they'd left off...
Living in a ménage à trois is no easy feat. Not only did they have other people's judgement to contend with, but their own insecurities sometimes get the better of them.
Cisca's never been happier. She was engaged to the two men she loved. She felt safe enough to express her innermost desires. So when their threesome begins to crumble from within, she is left reeling.
Will their unit overcome this bump in the road and make it all the way to the altar, or will this be the end of their relationship?