Rory's story is not done justice at all. For the depth of despair I felt for and with him in the first quarter of the book, and onto its end. It is resolved very unrealistically and way too quickly with sex. Sex that is fabulously arousing and well written, I have no problem admitting. But sex does not a relationship make. Particularly a three-way relationship. I also take umbrage on behalf of Rig as he gets absolutely no point-of-view until the epilogue which is frankly ridiculous. This novel needed to have all three main character's points of view. It also needed to extrapolate in a major way on Rory's past and what happened to him. The author mainly writes erotica but has escalated their writing with the emotional content of their Finn series. However this novel was a disappointment when I had been greatly looking forward to it. If you like the author's sex scenes, you will like this novel. If, like me, you expected more emotional content in addition to the aforementioned well written sex scenes, you will quite possibly be disappointed.
MMM is my guilty pleasure and this book had mega chemistry and mega feelz. I loved how this was set 12ish months after Owen and Jeremy's wedding so we get a little glimpse of the other Finn's and how they've been going. After their big kiss there's been a long estrangement between Rory and his straight best friend David, and the tension between Rory and his other best friend, Rig, skyrockets when Rory finds out Rig and David have recently fooled around. This sets the scene for the three long time friends to finally all become lovers. But Rory is complicated. He's been hurt badly, both physically and emotionally, and he's tucked it all away inside so no one really knows him. Not even his best friends. And it all comes to a head. I enjoyed this book. I couldn't put it down. And despite Rory's pain this was way less angsty than I would have thought. What I was a little disappointed in was that we didn't get more of these three together, working their relationship and their feelings out. This book is relatively short, and while it's all 3 MC POV, it's very much focused on Rory and his issues and sort of skirted around Rig and David. Love the Finns. Can't wait for the next one.
Oh how I love this series. Finally Rory's story and what a doozy it is. I'm not going to rattle on with the plot as you can read the blurb, but I will say that I LOVED this story line. Rig and David are just perfect for Rory after everything his horrid father put him though he needs the love of these two men to show him he is worthy. I love visiting the other Finns and catching up with them. Now who is next...James or Younger?