Author: Sara York
Publisher: Self Published
Cover Artist: unknown
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Lust can be a good thing!
When James moves in upstairs, Matt and Tom spend hours lusting after the man as he swims at the pool in their apartment complex. James has a secret and he can’t let his brother know he’s gay. Making friends with Matt and Tom would be dangerous, but once he has a taste of Matt and Tom, he wants more.
After spending the day with is over controlling brother, James visits Matt and Tom’s and ends up as dessert instead of just a guest. James’s brother won’t leave well enough alone and tracks him down, abducting James from the dinner party.
Terrified, James watches his brother and his friends try to re-educate and reform another young gay man. James knows he has to escape or risk dying.
I much preferred this to book 1!
Tom and Matt have moved house after the Mandy incident and are settling back into a normal life young and very hot James moves into the apartment upstairs. Personally after their last experience I would have run for the hills but the temptation is just too much!
James comes from an extremely homophobic family and when they place an intervention by kidnapping him to force him to see the error of his ways things turn nasty. There is violence in this book that has awful consequences and sadly the only justification for it is another person believing you are wrong to love who you choose.
This time around adding a third has complications as Matt and Tom don’t want to let him go but are scared what that means to their own relationship. They also have to take into account that a traumatised James isn’t even out before they consider embarking on a three way relationship.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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