Reviewed by Tracey Lou Parker for Kindle Friends Forever.
This was a short read for me so I will just dive straight into the review. The story starts us off following the aftermath of a situation which occurred to one of the main characters and leaves them utterly devastated. This book revolves around the lives of three protagonists. Royce Thornton, Shea, Shepherd and Luna Rene.
Royce Thornton and Shea Shepherd are best friends and room-mates. Shea is openly gay whilst Royce is a complete heterosexual, or is he? Royce has been fighting his inner demons over the fact that he is physically attracted to Shea but is unsure how to proceed. These feelings all come about when Shea goes out on his first date with a man. Shea has an unexpected encounter, and this provokes Royce into confessing how he feels about his friend whom it seems, had been harbouring the same feelings. This is the start of a blossoming romance between the two men.
Over the next few years, they maintain a relationship which makes them both happy and sometimes involves the company of another man or a woman. Variety is the spice of life, is it not?
Luna Rene is a free spirit. She meets the couple when she applies for a job in their Internet security firm. Not only does she want the job, but she also wants her two employers. Again their feelings are mutual and this is truly the start of a happy and loving relationship between the three of them.
Without giving too much away, the ending of this book is where it begins. Confused? You won’t be once you have read it.
I felt that the way the author portrayed the two men’s relationship as a couple totally in love with each other, perfectly fitting in this story. Introducing a third person into the equation, balanced it all out quite nicely. I gave this book a 3.5 star rating as I would have liked to have seen more pen on paper.