This is the continuation of Mason, Gray and Jack’s story. After their declaration of love in the first book, the three are now settling together. This time, Mason is now attending college while Gray also applied for a promotion. Jack however was on a limbo. After the robbery incident from the first book left him still reeling and feeling the pressure of coming out from Gray and Mason, he just doesn’t know how to deal with it. After getting shot in the line of duty, he finds himself withdrawing from his lovers. With Gray becoming a detective and Mason studies – both becoming extremely busy, he feels like he’s drifting away.
Now the funny part about this book was the reversal of roles. Jack’s now having a hard time communicating his feelings towards his lovers. He suddenly became oversensitive and way too submissive. I’m still ignoring Gray in this book because he’s still an hard-ass but this book clearly focused on Jack which isn’t a bad thing at all, I just thought that it would’ve been great if there’s an alternate POV between him and Gray since we got Mason in the first book.
Jack’s characterization was obviously altered here which I didn’t like at all. The plot turns improved a little and the sex still plenty – some good, most forced into the story. It was like they just need sex to solve a problem.
Overall, I think this was a great conclusion to the trio’s story when some life-altering decisions were made. At least they’ve got some sort of a happy ending which I’m okay with – sort of.
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars