Three years ago, Logan Harker quit his job and moved sight unseen to Pinnacle Point. With his cousins living there already, it seemed like a no-brainer.
Somewhere along the way, the no-brainer turned into a WTF?!? With one cousin now haunting the local hotel and the other a sex-crazed zombie, Logan’s wondering if it’s time to hang up his pocket protector and get out of Dodge. He’s all set to turn in his resignation when a new project crosses his desk. Unable to resist, Logan throws himself whole-heartedly into one last, mind-bendingly complex algorithm.
Given he’s planning on leaving, Logan doesn’t expect to see any results. When he comes face to face with a future version of himself it’s a shock. Finding out he’s a bona-fide sex machine in the future blows his mind. Having his future-self lure an intern into a threesome with him is beyond believable.
Faced with the incontrovertible truth of his perfect future self, Logan has to decide if leaving Pinnacle Point without exploring all the possibilities it has to offer is something he’s willing to do. Throwing away this potential future seems downright wrong to his mathematical mind.
And Logan is nothing if not thorough about his calculations.
Warning: This book contains a threesome. Kind of. I mean, is it really a threesome if two of the people are the same person? You’ll have to decide that on your own.
So far the books in the Pinnacle Point series have been short and sweet, but not lacking. Ghost of a Chance featured a ghost (surprise?), Dead Sexy featured a zombie (believe it or not, he actually was sexy.) Since Logan was related to both of them, it’s no wonder he was planning his ‘escape.’ Turns out his story may have been the strangest out of all three.
Logan knew that his intern Jenna was special, but he also knew that it was all kinds of wrong professionally. It took meeting his future self to open his eyes… well, to the future and all the possibilities it held. And yes, the story was sweet, but in true Kelly Apple form, Future Perfect was also full of all the smexiness that readers have come to expect.
Rumor has it that there’s at least one more story left in Pinnacle Point’s future (heh, heh…) So far we’ve had ghosts and zombies and visitors from the future. Who knows what’s next? 😉