I think if I'd not listened to all the books in the series, I would have been disappointed. This book is different with just Roux at the helm, but the series it better for it. This book is a lot less violent, less adventurous, but more importantly, it FINALLY gets to grips with Zane and Ty's relationship. It feels like the final book in the series - in this book, both Zane and Ty deal with the intense love between them. It resolves, anything after this book will feel frivolous.
This book picks up the plot directly after book one. The threesome is still new and the boys test it's boundaries and rules in this next instalment. Chris' character features a lot more in this book, and to be honest, the plot twist I'd been hoping for, never materialised.
An ex hookup of Dan's strains the relationship and the on off on off cycle continues.
Now for my plot twist:
Seeing we're in the fantasy realm of billionaire / artist / horseman happy triad, wouldn't it be interesting if Chris, Dan's best mate ever, moves to LA and professes his love for Dan? A bit twee, I grant you, but that's what a fantasy plot twist is all about.
A nice continuation of the plot Amy Lane started in this series of books. If you're reading the series, don't miss this one. Worthy of a credit.
I bought this book based on a recommendation from Reeva, who's opinions I've begun to appreciate.
While I'm still not sure that I get the emotional mechanics of a MMM relationship, the author handles it with aplomb. In the end, I think the relationship ends up being pretty stylised, but not so much that it's not realistic.
The mechanics of the sexual relationship in the MMM triad are expertly handled. What has the potential to overwhelm the plot, adds to it in many ways.
A long book, that feels like it flies by. Don't miss out, buy this book.
From the same author as "Bear, Otter and the Kid" which I absolutely adored. Funny, what I found MOST endearing about "Bear, Otter and the Kid", is what I liked leased about this book -the wanderings of the protagonist's mind.
That said, it's a great read with a seldom explored plot line - what happens when the perfect man falls for a slightly insecure, broad around the middle, Average Joe? Worth a credit, absolutely!
The plot is nicely set up in the previous book, so it's no surprise how and why this book comes about. It's a good follow up book in the series, and worth a credit.
Great character development, well performed and engaging. Well worth the credit - go ahead and buy it!
Loved this book. Amy Lane at her best - I think this will be a great series of books. A particularly sexy instalment. Can't wait for the next one.
Many time, I've wanted to know what happens after. Some stories end too soon, and you're left wondering what happened next. This one, suffers the reverse. A brilliant story, well written, expertly performed and a joy to listen to. The plot wraps up, and then it goes on. And on. It would be improved by dropping the last two hours of the book.
All that said, it's more than worth a credit. It's great and I look forward to more from the author.
Fantastic combination of a great book and a great narrator bring this heart wrenching tale to life. It's not an easy book, but it's expertly handled by the author and narrator alike. Amy Lane always delivers, love her work.
Just when you were getting tired of the Jory plot line, along comes this little gem. I'm always a fan of Mary Calmes and this book doesn't disappoint.
I'm sure I've got nearly all the books in the series.
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