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I have listened to a couple of L.A. Witts books and have so far never been disapointed, but this book did it. We are puched head first into a separation between 2 of 3 members of a triad, no real background of any of them except that Theo and Cam are married for years and Nate are there rockstar boyfriend that are finaly out on his first consert tour with his band. The first thing that happens are that Cam meet up with Nate and tell him the bad news about the separation BUT both of them still love him and want to continue to see him separately, he is also told that Theo and Cam are working on talking about it... yeah they arnt. The whole book is a cluster f-ck with angst and drama and basically the only break you get from it is when they have sex with Nate... We get some tiny info how they all met and how they ended up together but it came verry late in the story and by then you are so tired of all the drama you just dont care. Its obvious from the start that Theo and Cam need help from a conselor or pysiologist but they out right refuse which makes everything worse. And that they refuse to involv Nate in it all made me mad, if they are a triad, act like it! Instead its like a costedy battle between parents of who get to have the kid on the weekend!
I considerdd to not even finich this book but Greg Boudreaux kept me in it to the end, he captured all there hurt, sorrow, love and joy with his amazing voice and made the book a little better than if I read the story myself.
Sad to say I dont recommend this book, was just to much angst (and I usually dont mind that) and no real story for me to tell anyone to give it a shot.
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Just say no... Witt has done better, way way better better, got it?
The book was unnecessarily overwritten, padding, tedious high school angst over and over and over and over gay angst.
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