- File Size: 579 KB
- Print Length: 307 pages
- Publisher: Riley Hart (September 2, 2014)
- Publication Date: September 2, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MY9F75I
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #98,252 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I gotta say.
How these 3 guys love each other, how they have to be what the other two need to feel whole, worthy... it's both mesmerizing and borderline unhealthy with a side of obsessive.
They do not exist outside of each other. That's the only way they know how to be happy. And not even that at times.
And it's as beautiful as it is fckup.
It's perfect. For them.
And for me too.
Their story always makes my heart squeeze until I feel like I can't breath anymore... and then they say or do something so worthy, so selfless, so meaningful, so fcking caring in their own specific brand of crazy that I can't help but want that twisted, intense way of loving for myself...
They work together. And they are working on being together forever.
Doing what they have to do to always be those 3 pieces that make that beautiful, perfectly imperfect Full Circle.
And I'd be reading this soon enough again cause they are that special brand of fckup that I need sometimes too.
We should all be so lucky in that way ;)
I can't wait for Ben's story. He's right there with them too:
Out of his mind lost, trying to make sense, to find himself in all the wrong places.
It's going to be great, I'm sure ^^
I'm being generous giving this three stars.
There was a whole lot of tell and not much show. I found myself wanting to skim and get past all the "I'm not worthy" that both Mateo and Tristan were throwing out. Josiah who I liked in the first book came across as weak in this one and I didn't like him much. I found the relationship so believable in the first book and so unbelievable in this one.
Also the way they solved the whole problem with Mateo was just crazy - and the author basically just says - "it all worked out." That's it - no details, nothing just that.
I was really disappointed.
Full Circle picks up where Broken Pieces left off
Tristan is such a complex character and had so much guilt and self-hate to get through
Teo also had some issues to work through regarding his past gang life and Josiah is the glue that holds them all together although he has some issues to work through as well
I thought the book was well written and the issues they had to work through as a threesome seemed pretty realistic as with any relationship
I'm eager to learn more about Ben's past...he seems like he has a few skeletons rattling around in his closet
Some angst where you wanted to slap Tristan in the head and tell him to move on already and Teo as well
I remember when I read Broken Pieces that I really liked it but at the time I hadn't read a lot of ménage stories and I finished reading it wanting Teo and Jay to be a couple...I slowly came around to Tristan and realized they wouldn't be who they are without each other... I'm so happy that Teo has Rhonda to talk to and Tristan has Elliott...
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What I Loved: They say Josiah is the glue but I didn't really feel like that. They are all important in their relationship and it would never completely work...Read more