Jack, Gray, and Mason have accepted that love comes in many flavors and settled into a three-way relationship. Things haven't been easy, and now that Mason has gone back to school and Gray is interested in a detective position, Jack is feeling lonely. His lovers aren't around very often, and he misses lying around in bed, enjoying the benefits of living with two hot men. But Jack has secrets. He's uncomfortable every time he puts his uniform on. He's never recovered from seeing Mason held hostage, and he's no longer sure he was meant to be a cop.
While stressing over his own future and facing pressure from Gray and Mason to bring their relationship out of the closet, Jack is severely wounded in the line of duty. His recovery, both physical and emotional, might be more than their unconventional relationship can bear. Jack is going to need all the courage and support his lovers can give him if he's going to bring himself back from the dead and create the life he wants to live.
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Great followup for Gray, Jack and Mason
Yes, I love when a narrator can truly bring the characters to life.
It's a continuation of book 1 so about the same I guess
He brings the written characters to life and gives them depth that the print version can't possibly give.
I don't understand this question. What's wrong with the title the Author gave the story?
Sorting it Out picks up Jack, Gray and Mason's story where it left off at the end of 'Fitting In'. When Gray gets promoted to Detective, it cause a slight rift at home. With Jack's mind preoccupied - he still feels helpless after Mason being held at gunpoint - add to that Gray's promotion and the fact that they aren't partners at work anymore and Jack is left questioning himself. Then he gets shot on the job and all that does is add one more thing to his confusion... does he even want to be a cop anymore?
This was a wonderful but rocky continuation to this working threesomes story. They finally come out and though it lifts a weight off their shoulders not to have to hide or lie about what they mean to each other anymore, it doesn't come without it's complications. Not everyone is understanding of same sex relationships as it is, make it a threesome and it's even more so. I think what I loved most about this book was Jack's journey of self awareness. And while these three are always sexy and passionate, I thought the sexual content in this book bordered on too much. It didn't always add to or advance the story, a couple times it was sex just for the sake of adding more sex, and that didn't work for me.
Narrated by Greg Boudreaux (the spicier side of Greg Tremblay) and as usual, his tones and nuances were utter perfection. While each characters has their own unique and specific tone, I really, really enjoy hearing him voice Mason and his adorable naivete. These three men love each other in abundance and that really comes through in the narration.
- Tams (TTC Books and more)
incredible story and Greg is the best narrator eve
- RENE DELVALLE