Seb wants to be happy.
Matt wants to find ‘the one.’
Connor wants them.
Two drunken kisses.
Seb didn’t plan to kiss Matt and Connor, but he doesn’t regret it, even if it has changed their friendship forever.
Matt has never considered dating a man before, let alone two. Despite his confusion, being with Seb and Connor feels right.
One uncertain future.
Connor’s potential fate has stopped him living and loving. Can he face his fears to be with the men he loves?
I make no secret, I love this Authors work and she has not disappointed again.
We follow Three men who have been friends since they were kids. Connor is so shy and caring, Seb is playful, And Matt is kind of the grounding of the trio.
We follow how they navigate growing feelings for each other, which come to a head when on a drunken night camping Seb kisses both of his friends and tells them he loves them.
We have Conner the shy inexperienced gay Man, Seb the heartbroken gay man whose relationship has just ended. And Matt that has believed he is straight, but always harbored feelings for his friends. He is not sure if he is straight, gay or bi, but he can not hide his feelings for Conner and Seb any longer.
One kiss leads us onto a real emotional rollercoaster of a journey. How do they navigate their feelings? How do you make a threesome work as a long-term relationship?
But they some how manage to work things out well and deal with each other’s varying experiences.
All Seems to be fine until a promotion for Seb sends him away, can they make it work.
The story really does pull at the heart strings, but love conquers all as they say. Each character is well rounded, and I really like the way the author has created the differences in their sexual and romance experiences, and how they accommodate each other. It really felt genuine. There are plenty of problems to work through and one or two life changing shocks to deal with. I like that their relationship is not perfect and there are awkward moments between the three guys.
I can honestly say this story left me feeling warm and fuzzy, and a smile on my face.
Matt adjusted his jogging bottoms and leaned back against the sofa. The next words popped out of his mouth unfiltered. “I could do with a blow job.”
Seb snorted out a loud laugh. “Too much information.” He patted Matt’s shoulder. “But hey, if you’re desperate, I don’t mind obliging.” Seb’s laughter trailed off into a nervous chuckle. “Umm… that was a joke.”
“Yeah, yeah, of course.” Matt couldn’t look at Seb. A week ago, he’d have taken a comment like that and ribbed his friend with it mercilessly. Now, he wasn’t sure at all that it had been meant in jest. He wasn’t even sure that he wanted it to be a joke. He rubbed his jaw, clearing his throat again. “What would you do if I said yes?”
Seb twisted on the sofa so he was facing Matt. “You’re not going to say yes.”
“What if I did?” Matt kept his stare on the ceiling, but he was still able to see Seb shrug out of the corner of his eye.
“I’d give you one.”
Seb’s reply was so matter-of-fact that it sent a chill running up Matt’s spine. It did nothing to ease the pressure in his cock. If anything, blood pumped to it faster.
“Really?” Matt asked. Why the hell was he still talking? It was like he was engaged in a game of chicken with Seb, trying to see which one of them would back down first. He had no idea how far his head, or his cock, was willing to take it.
“Sure, why not? It’s just a blow job, right? It wouldn’t mean anything.”
“But we’re friends,” Matt stuttered.
“Wouldn’t be the first time I’ve sucked off a friend.”
Colette’s personal love story began at university, where she met her future husband. An evening of flirting, in the shadow of Lancaster castle, eventually led to a fairytale wedding. She’s enjoying her own ‘happy ever after’ in the north of England with her husband, two beautiful children and her writing.