We met this “throuple” in book one, so we “know how it ends” ;) We get a very short back story on how Victor and Andrew met but the majority of th..Show More »e story is Matthew meeting the guys and his story.
I loved the background information and thought that the author did a fantastic job of showing us the love between Andrew and Victor without fixating on it, that way when we introduce Matthew it seems like a really solid triad without feeling like he was just an accessory.
For the most part I love how Victor is portrayed – protective, alpha, a bit “European” – but sometimes I think the way his speech is denoted feels a bit juvenile and less like someone who is learning a new language and more like someone who is learning to speak at all.
The other thing I don’t love about this series is the author lacks contractions in her writing. Natural speech and writing uses contractions almost all the time and this stands out as missing in this series.
I love the sense of family we get with All Cocks and the continuing thread that connects each story to the other.
I’ve really enjoyed this series and I think books one and two are my absolute favorite.
The audiobook for book one was fantastic and I hope we see more of them turned into audio format.
4 of 5 stars
Joel Leslie did such an amazing job with this! I love his Victor so much! It was a joy to listen to and I was so glad to see him doing the narration!
There is nothing really bad to say about this story and keeping in mind that there are only about 4 hours of time to tell it. Its just that i am a fan..Show More » of the meeting and falling in love part and that part was kind of glossed over. It could have been a really great story if perhaps 6 or 8 hours long going a little deeper. Narrator is good