I binged this book in one evening with a glass of wine and some cat snuggles. Not a bad way to spend my time, and the book was an easy read that was fun to speed through and enjoy every moment.
I was thoroughly invested in the individual and group dynamics of the three characters. In addition, their external plot points, such as Hannah’s business woes, were also realistic and engrossing. The book’s “dark moment” brought all of these plot threads together in a way that made me both root for the characters and sympathize with their personal issues.
An element I especially enjoyed about this book was the thoughtful conversation about the logistics of polyamory that were included seamlessly as part of the plot. While I often wish I could see more of relationships living happily ever after, I’m more than satisfied that these characters are on their way to a solid foundation that will ensure their future.