Recommended By Angela
Recommended By Angela
I do not read a lot of MM books but the synopsis of this MMM story really caught my eye. I enjoy a love triangle, especially a full on ménage but, once I got into it, I was actually pleasantly surprised that the plot wasn't ONLY that. Drew, Ezra and Bas are a love story of their own kind. There are layers upon layers of complicated heart break, intense longing, vulnerability, angst, romance and friendship, passion and SO much more. Briar Prescott packed a serious punch with this one. I absolutely adored the characters. They are each unique and with their own flaws. There are subtle, quiet moments in this book that will leave your heart full of so much joy. They are written seamlessly into the story and I found myself flipping the pages feverishly just to get to the next encounter and interaction. Is it possible for three people to be perfect for one another? Swoon...
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Drew’s fingers kept moving in Ezra’s hair. He had to get up. This was dangerously comfortable and way too intimate. Nothing about staying was safe. He didn’t move an inch. Bas started singing in a low voice, the notes moving through Ezra, tethering him in place. One song was followed by another. After that, Ezra didn’t remember anything else as he fell into deep, dreamless sleep.
He opened his mouth and slowly lowered his head until the head of Ezra’s cock pressed against the back of Drew’s throat. Ezra arched his back, fists slamming against the sheets. His head was thrown back, and for the first time in his life, Drew understood the people who filmed themselves fucking because he would have given anything to be able to see all of Ezra right then.
“Stay. Please,” Drew whispered. His gaze moved from Ezra to Bas and back to Ezra.
“Please,” he repeated. “It’s us. Not me and Bas. Not me and you. It’s us. I want us.”
Ezra sucked in a breath, unable to believe his own ears. Everything he’d ever wanted was here in front of him. He just had to be brave enough to grab it.
Ezra pressed his head against Drew’s neck as he circled his hips, searching for more friction. The pressure of a hand would have helped, but he liked this slow buildup to his orgasm that was happening right now. He loved watching Drew throw his head back and loved the noises that escaped his throat when Ezra nipped at the skin of Drew’s neck. Loved how Drew arched into him with every slow roll of their hips. Their kisses grew harder as the intensity between them built.
He pressed his forehead against Ezra’s back. The moment was too perfect for words. Breath halted in his lungs on a gasp. Bas gasped as Ezra’s body was pushed against his. His fingers wrapped around Drew’s forearm, and he held on. Grounding Drew. Loving Drew.
“Make yourself come,” Drew said.
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The three of us were never impossible. We were always inevitable.
When Drew meets Ezra, he doesn’t expect much. A one-night stand and a quick goodbye in the morning. That’s how these things usually go. Only there’s nothing usual about Ezra and the connection that forms between them.
When Ezra meets Drew, he doesn’t expect much. A distraction and parting as strangers after a night of meaningless fun. That’s how these things usually go. Only there’s nothing meaningless about Drew and the relentless spark between them that just refuses to disappear.
When Bas meets Ezra… things get complicated. As if being hopelessly in love with his best friend isn't painful enough. Throw in an unexpected friendship that develops with the one-time hookup of said best friend, and the results are messy at best.
But sometimes beautiful things emerge from messy and complicated beginnings, and where two isn't enough, three might be just perfect.