This book started off slow, but quickly escalated to an interesting story line I found hard to put down. All three protagonists where well-developed and intriguing in their own way. Even the doctor Peter might seem bland on the surface, but his depths were revealed in the way he reacted to both Christian and Victor.
None of the men’s interactions develop as a traditional romance, but I still found the relationship arcs compelling. Christian’s revelations to Peter so soon after meeting jerked me out of the story a bit, but in retrospect, his motives were very clear and I’m not sure the author could have handled it much differently.
My biggest complaint is that Victor does not show up as a proper character earlier in the story. Though once he’s there, it’s as if all three men should never have been apart.