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Love Cubed by [LeFey, Eddy]
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Three very different young men meet at St-Frederick’s University.
Francis, haunted by his past and seeking a new life.
Andrew, the introverted football jock.
And Sebastian, the charismatic and confident hockey star.
Francis, wary and troubled, didn’t count on meeting anyone he could care for.
Andrew, closeted and lonely, didn’t think anything would matter more than his football career.
And Sebastian, content to float from conquest to conquest, never believed he’d meet someone who could hold his interest.
An encounter with a journalist causes consequences for all three.
Will they be able to take what they need from one another in order to cope?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3549 KB
  • Print Length: 245 pages
  • Publisher: Wayward Ink Publishing (8 May 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00W814OUQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #265,685 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Ray Reviews and approves! 30 May 2015
By johanna - Published on
Almost without exception, most of the books I’ve been asked to look at lately have been virtually unreadable. Usually for one or both of the following reasons: 1. The writer had a tendency to jump back and forth from Victorian (said he, said they) style to modern (he said, they said) style in the same book; a practice that is always jarring to the reader’s brain. Sticking to one style or the other, preferably the latter, is always best; or 2. The writer took the lazy way out, and used page after page of non-standard dialogue tags. Instead of ‘saying’ things to each other, the characters chuckle, screech, murmur, sneer, bellow, and hiss at each other throughout the book. There are dozens of reasons why this is bad form, none of which we need to delve into at the moment.
This writer, in what I believe is his debut novel, makes neither of the above mistakes, and more power to him for that. All of which makes this novel a breath of fresh air.
Love cubed is, as the title infers, a story about a threesome, and I found it both interesting and fascinating.
Francis is a tall young freshman, who is both muscular, beautiful, and an accomplished athlete, which qualities should make him very popular. Unfortunately Francis has a past. A past that has left him with both some physical and considerable psychic damage.
Enter Andrew, a football player, and Sebastian, a hockey player. The two men, with some assistance from Heather and John, quickly help Francis overcome his fears. A little too quickly, some might say.
Interestingly, the sex scenes, when they occur, contain very little vulgarity—mostly due to the careful use of euphemisms.
It’s an appealing story, fairly well told, and has a satisfactorily happy ending. It is, however, necessary for the reader to suspend his/her disbelief just a bit, as it’s hard to imagine young, college age, hormonally driven, men being quite so insightful and introspective.
Two things would have made the book both more believable and more readable. 1. The dialogue is much too well-structured and stilted. Young college age men don’t, as a rule, talk quite so formally among themselves. And 2. The use of contractions is noticeable by its absence throughout most of the book, except for one short sequence. In addition, it would have been interesting to have learned how an eighteen-year-old gained control of his money.
All in all, a most satisfactory first effort, and it earns four full stars from this jaded reviewer.
5.0 out of 5 stars LOVE CUBED!!!! BRILLANT!!! 26 May 2015
By Paul Berry - Published on
Three young guys meet at university and develop life changing relationships. Francis is looking for a new life and can't forget his past. Andrew the shy jock and Sebastian the overly confident and extroverted hockey star. Francis had no idea he would find someone to care for. Andrew never thought anything or anyone would matter more than his hockey career that is until he met these guys at university. Sebastian was very happy going from hook up to hook up as he never thought he would meet a guy who could hold his interest. Will they make it against all odds?

This was such a unique and thought-provoking novel and really takes you into such degrees of levels into these men. I enjoyed how the story goes from past to present and it flows very smoothly and easy to follow. Francis had a huge dramatic past filled with abuse, bullying and suicide. He had a lot of guilt which was very misplaced and he carries a tremendous amount of baggage. He meets Sebastian at University and he's quite intimidated with him and Andrew who he felt he shared a huge connect with. The three men developed. a huge bond which includes a hot threesome and then comes the drama by way of a reporter who comes around to expose Francis past. Then Sebastian and Andrew do the most beautiful thing to help Francis and that one act of love moved me beyond tears.

This is a beautiful and heart wrenching story filled with love, loyalty, abuse, sex, forgiveness and acceptance. I love how these guys were on the most important journey of self-discovery. The author developed such amazing and brilliant characters. He brought these characters too life and I for one will not forget them anytime soon. I highly recommend Love Cubed by Eddie LeFey!!!!

"Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for an honest review."

Reviewed by Paul at Gay Media Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Review by Victoria 28 August 2015
By Hearts On Fire Reviews - Published on
Francis is attending St. Frederick’s University where no one knows who he is or his past. Even though Francis took steps to hide his past, he still worries that others will pick on him for the steps the University took to help him. Francis is trying to move beyond his past and even has a therapist to help him.

Andrew is a gay man who is in the closet because he wants a career in the NFL someday and thinks being out will hurt his chances of that. Andrew comes across as the most level headed with a big heart. When he sees Francis struggling all he wants to do is help, falling for him is a bonus.

Sebastian is freshman hockey player. He is confident and charismatic. At times, he can be intense, and at first he scares Francis as much as he fascinates him. Sebastian is bi and also in the closet however, he has hooked up with other athletes on campus.

The connection between Andrew, Sebastian, and Francis is intense. They make a great trio. Despite their young age, they are mature beyond their years. I loved how they took steps and planned to make sure that this relationship would work long term. I also liked how Andrew and Sebastian both rallied around Francis to help him even when he wanted to be alone. They pushed and were not deterred even when they found out his past.

I found this book well written with a unique plot. The main characters and the secondary characters were fascinating. This book keeps the reader on edge and wondering how it will turn out until the very end. I had a hard time putting this book down. Overall, this was a very captivating book and I hope that this book turns into a series. I would like to know how these three do in the future.
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2.0 out of 5 stars I liked the concept/story 2 June 2015
By Zane Kage - Published on
2.5 Stars

“Love Cubed” – the title and blurb caught my attention and drew me in. I was so excited to read this! Eddy LeFey is not a name I recognize, but I’m always willing to give first-time or new-to-me writers a chance. I liked the concept/story, it held my interest, and my curiosity was most certainly piqued as to what exactly this “trauma” was that Francis had suffered. Francis and the rest of the characters were diverse and interesting; I wanted to know more about each of them as I continued reading. I loved the concept of a ‘throuple’ (new word to me) in a collegiate setting.

Those positives, the fact that I received the book as an ARC for review, and really, just wanting to know the outcome of these three young men are the reasons I did not DNF this book. Even with a good story and good characters there were glaring issues that I just could not overlook, and I did try.

The writing was problematic for me. There was some serious head hopping going on; I frequently had to stop to figure out who was talking/thinking. Then, the characters’ names were all over the place. If the character was speaking or being addressed, his name was in the sentence. It was extremely wordy and repetitive. People were saying the same thing they had said a couple of chapters back and then some – so much of this could have been edited out.

In erotic fiction, phrases like “special place”, and “private place” are very uncomfortable to read, and tend to feel, well, creepy. If you’re writing about sex that is sexy to the characters, it should be sexy to the reader. The one major sex scene was equally uncomfortable as was the concept that the abused Francis would want to lose his ‘consensual’ virginity to an attempt of double penetration. With reference to the erotic dialogue, realistically, even college kids say cock, balls and ass.

Ah, college kids. Throughout the read, I kept pausing and telling myself -“College kids don’t talk like this!!!!!” The endearments were cloying and not realistic – “water-bug”, “song-bird”, “lover-boy”. People have boyfriends and lovers, not “intimates”. As simple as the writing was, the dialogue was much older and stodgier than the characters themselves. If that isn’t enough, characters were ‘emoting’. Okay… just tell me what they’re feeling. Use adjectives. Please!!!!

I struggled with a rating for this; ultimately because I did like the concept, characters and plot I gave this a 2.5. Unfortunately I cannot recommend this book. However, I did (after putting this down) read other reviews and there are those that loved this book and everything about it. As a reader first and foremost, I urge you to do your research and come to your own conclusion. Though this one most certainly wasn’t for me, who knows? It might work for you.

* I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review through *
5.0 out of 5 stars Struggles to become the real men they were.... Great Read 24 May 2015
By pamkaymmbloggers - Published on
This is a very deep, thought provoking book which is emotional, gripping, but oh, so loving. The story line was strong and fairly easy to follow even though it goes from the past to the present. The characters are very well developed with their own charms and the haunts of the past. Francis had a horrific event that happened just months before taking him through traumatized abuse from students of his old high school as well as his ex-boyfriend which ended up with the professor he had exposed committing suicide. Francis internalized these events thinking it all was his fault and he had been met with both rape, sexual abuse, and psychological damage. He comes to another high school under a different name to hopefully start a new life. He meets both Sebastian, who he was intimidated by at first, and Andrew, who he seemed to have some connection with, but Francis wanted to be isolated and alone living with his fears. Sebastian and Thomas were the two men that Francis needed most. It just took him a while to work through it. They become close forming a close friendship then a threesome, initially without the sex because of Francis' fears and memories of the past. But then a reporter starts coming around to expose him and the drama starts heating up. Both Sebastian who was bisexual and Andrew who was a closeted gay, both decide to out themselves to their teammates and friends because they wanted to be with Francis. The story is a heart wrenching one that takes you on a journey of struggles for these three guys to become who they really are. Loved this story. Highly recommend it.