Read my review of We Have Till Dawn, an earlier-published work that features Anthony’s younger brother.
As much fun as I have tracking romance plot points now that I’m familiar with the structure, it never ceases to amaze me how diverse the genre can be. I’ve read both MMM and Daddy-kink (with age regression) stories before, and even books that combine those particular tropes. Dee manages her unique storytelling spin here, featuring three fantastic characters who take a chance on creating a happily ever after together.
Dee takes a page out of the real world here to address how even two people in love might not have a 100 percent satisfying relationship if their kinks don’t line up. August and Camden are certainly rolling the dice by opening their relationship, but they attempt to go about it safely by making a trial run of it with Anthony, visiting from out of state. It’s fun to watch them both thoroughly seduce him, and I appreciate the openness and communication they emphasize when it comes to sharing their individual and joint needs.
Unfortunately, the trial aspect of their week of fun fails utterly. Not because Anthony doesn’t fit with the other two men, but because he fits so well. It might have just been a week, but their eventual separation when Anthony has to go home is heart-wrenching and packs all the feels. Again, a taste of the real world: Just because all the kinks line up doesn’t mean life itself with cooperate with the happy ending.
Luckily, these characters are all willing to fight for and sacrifice to achieve their true desires. I had an absolute blast reading this book, and once again look forward to Dee’s next project to enjoy.