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Full Circle

Narrated by: Jack DuPont
Series: Broken Pieces, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 21 mins
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
4.5 out of 5 stars (220 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Nothing in life is ever easy, and no one is more painfully aware of that than Josiah Evans, Mateo Sanchez, and Tristan Croft. They know what they want - each other - but with three people as broken as they are, all those pieces aren't so easily mended.

Josiah is their glue. All he wants is to give his men what they need.

Mateo wants to absolve himself of his sins. To be worthy of love and to protect it.

Tristan must let go of his past, must learn how to need, and what it really means to take care of someone.

To keep the balance intact, they all have their roles to play. But what happens if the balance shifts? What happens when someone doesn't play the right part? If one of them falters, they all feel the strain.

The only way to complete their full circle is for all their pieces, despite the curves and rough edges, to fit together perfectly. To do that, Josiah, Mateo, and Tristan must learn to get over the pasts that have defined who they are. And when an old enemy returns and threatens the foundation of their new life, decisions will be made, and boundaries will be tested that could change their lives forever.

©2014 Riley Hart (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Jack DuPont is amazing!

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, 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

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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!

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Good

I had a great time listening to this book I love this series and the first one

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  • Misty
  • Washington
  • 12-02-16

Sigh

Such an amazing story. I'm so glad that there was this continuation and I feel like I'm leaving my boys much more settled now.

Jack DuPont rocked it. Perfection!!

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  • Dee Winston
  • Winston Salem, NC, United States
  • 02-26-18

Full circle

3 pieces of a puzzle.. They all bring something to the table. They make each other whole.

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love love love!

love this series! charactors are awesome! loved their connection to each other. how they met each other. full of love, suspense, sex. need more!

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Wonderful book

I really enjoyed Full Circle. There are three great guys in this story Josiah,Mateo and Tristan. They all came together in a really sweet way. It was hard hearing all that they had to go through but in the end it all came together. I was a big fan of the three of them but my favorite was Mateo. Mateo was really really hard on himself but he went through a lot. Josiah was good for him and so was Tristan. I also really fell for Tristan's mother. I hope that there will be a sequel to this story. I would like to see these men get married and have a real happily ever after because of all they went through. If your a fan of a love story with a few ups and downs and twists and turns along the way you will love this story. Riley Hart keeps you wanting to root for the people in this book. This deserves a sequel.

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Beautiful story

The complete full circle for Josiah Matao and Tristan
Such a beautiful story of trust and love three guys who are complete together. The story comes alive with Jack Dipont's narration - perfectly performed

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A little long winded

While I enjoyed this audio, I felt as if I kept hearing the same issues, concerns, and conflicts. The progress between the three men was laborious. Nonetheless, I did very much like each character. Overall a good story and I’d recommend this along with Broken Pieces.

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Wow! A Must Read.

This is the 2nd book in this series and you need the first for the back story. This is a
M/M/M romance and the connection between three of them that Riley has established makes this one of the best books I've read. Mateo and Josiah and Tristan belong together. They fit. The narrator is wonderful and perfect for this story.

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Amazing

I did not think I would be able to get into a threesome love story. Was I wrong. This story is so captivating, it took my breathe away. The characters were so well developed, I could easily imagine each person’s pain, and growth.

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  • Book addict
  • 08-29-18

Not as good as the first

I liked the first book in the series, but this one just got lost somewhere along the way. It was really difficult to get into it, and it all felt very repetitive and uninspired. The story meandered along, they’d squabble, profess love, try new sex combination between the three of them, rinse and repeat. I felt no emotional connection with the characters and I was so bored I nearly stopped listening many times.