Holy HOT sex scenes. The scenes make this book worthy of reading multiple times. (If you’re into things that come in multiples.)
On a secondary note, I truly liked how the book addressed the mental illness issues. The way in which the illness affected the relationships seemed very realistic.
Each character was distinct and interesting. Despite Nate being a rock star, he seemed to have a sincere level of love, respect, and chemistry with Cam and Theo that seemed deeper than typical artificial rock star heroes. Theo seemed to be genuine in his feelings and the way he acted. Cam was an curious contradiction. His career seem very contrary to his uses. I would never have expected a masseuse to be plagued with such issues.
While I felt like the middle was a bit slow, the resolution was very well done.
LOVE the EPILOGUE!
Three’s a disaster when things come unraveled.
Rock star Nate Keller is on top of the world, but his headlining tour has one drawback. It keeps him away from his boyfriends, Theo and Cameron, for weeks at a time. Yet after four-and-a-half years—and a lot of hard work—the trio is still going strong.
But then Cam comes to visit with devastating news. After seventeen years together, he and Theo have agreed to a trial separation. Nate tries desperately to fix his lovers’ broken relationship, but there’s only so much he can do from the road.
At home, Cam tries to carry on, but feels like his whole life is spiraling out of control. Theo struggles to cope with the split as his depression worsens. They’re both spinning their wheels, quickly losing hope they can keep it together—and keep the man they both still love.
Desperate, Nate drops everything in a last-ditch attempt to pull their trio back together before they hit rock bottom. Except their love could already be shattered beyond repair.
Warning: Contains two men who must face how broken they are before they can fix their failing marriage, and the man who loves them both—but doesn’t know how to save them.
to L.A. Witt!