We start the story with Teo and Josiah and Tristan working on Josiah’s coffee shop dream. They have all committed to working on a triad relationship,..Show More » but…
Teo is still living in his crappy apartment, alone, to keep his PO happy.
Tristan is still distancing himself with mysterious phone calls and long nights in his office alone.
Josiah aches to keep his boys all together, but doesn’t DO confrontations and so doesn’t know what to do when things begin to unravel.
In this sequel there are no easy answers and the boys have to really work hard to stay together. They really are all so very broken, that it doesn’t magically go away.
Teo and Tristan’s mother bond, Tristan and Elliot (Josiah’s friend) bond, and in the end Ben (Tristan’s friend) proves to be a better friend than anyone could guess.
The love between the boys grows exponentially and the danger they face is serious. I loved how Riley Hart has continued their story, not giving them an easy path, but realistically working through their ever-so-many issues. When we get to the end, it is very satisfying even though the boys remain imperfect, but perfect together.
I highly recommend this book and give it a 4.5 of 5 stars
Audio Jack DuPont is AMAZING. He gives each of these men a unique voice and tenor and absolutely SMASHES IT OUT OF THE PARK with Mateo. Wow. Mateo has always been one of my book boyfriends and now he has a VOICE. Gah. It's truly the absolute best way to LOVE this book. A MUST!
This story starts slow, but picks up eventually. I would've suggested more showing and less telling if I were the author's editor, I don't normally li..Show More »ke to be spoon-fed how everyone is feeling when it's pretty obvious, but the story is worth the struggle to get through the first 20-something chapters.