- File Size: 1220 KB
- Print Length: 294 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1981685871
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 29, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077TST9GQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
#38,022 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
- #214 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Romance > Bisexual Romance
- #579 in Books > Gay & Lesbian > Literature & Fiction > Fiction > Gay
- #607 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Gay Fiction
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This is the first collaboration between Felice Stevens and Christina Lee, and I have to say, the writing was almost seamless; it was as if one person had written the book. I highly recommend, and if I had one wish at the moment it would be for these two talented authors to work their magic together again. I'd snap that up in an instant.
First, Christina Lee and Felice Stevens really brought out the best in each other, the writing flows seamlessly and were other books by them were good- this one is off the charts amazing! I don’t usually go for threesomes, I feel like there are so many ways they can be off, unbalanced and overly dramatic or too focused on the sex scenes and almost pornographic.
The relationship between the three men is constructed gently over time, they don't just jump in. that was one of the things I really liked about the book- that they took the time to ease the characters into the new romance between them. While Quinn and Gray knew each other most of their lives and are best friends, secretly having feelings for each other but never acting out on them, Emery is in a new territory. His drifter personality was interesting and I liked how he found something to relate to in both of them. That was part of the fantastic balance these talented authors created in Last Call. It seems simplistic but it is actually very intricate and well planned. Emery is the new guy, blowing into their life and subtly but determinately changing everything. He is the catalyst they needed to acknowledge and act on their feeling for each other. I also feel like they could not have done it with Emery out of the picture, he is as much a part of the relationship as they are even thought they have a long history together. When Emery arrives to Last Call and gets into some trouble, he gets stuck there when his tires are slashed, that night there is a storm that damages the building and he stays to fix it in exchange to a place to stay and money to get new tires. That storm is a symbol of their lives, the building was a bit old and needed constant attention, the business was stable but not successful. Quinn and Gray's relationship was long and stable but it had parts that did not work and both men were holding themselves back. Emery is fixing the building physically and also helping them understand how to make their secret feeling a reality, with him. And the business thrives with him, as they do.
Each man is a unique, individual that brings something the other two needed: Gray is strong and level headed to Quinn's soft heart and care giver personality. Emery is the battered hard to trust man that needs bot hard and soft sides to truly feel like he belongs. That is the biggest feeling I had of this book: belonging, three men to each other, to the bar, to the town, everything was right where it was supposed to be once they found each other. There was a distinct lack or drama that worked well and kept the focus of the story about them, let them adjust and learn how to be in a relationship, especially one as complex as this one.
I just feel like this could be a true story, that men like Gray, Quinn and Emery could be out there, working together and raising each other up.
This book left me strangely emotional, even though there is almost no angst, and feeling soft and swoony. This was truly a wonderful read, masterfully written and beautifully told.
And I'm actually really glad.
Having limited time to read forced me to slow down and savor every little bit of this book. Something I don't do often enough. Every night when I stopped reading, I went to bed thinking about Quinn, Emery and Grayson. I kept replaying what had happened. I thought about Quinn's eagerness, Gray's skepticism and Emery's wariness. I kept thinking about their connection and how they might fit together long term. I replayed their conversations and sexy kisses and their steamier moments. Every night as I fell asleep, I fell that much more in love with them, and every morning I woke up looking forward to spending more time with them.
If only the writer's style didn't overly-describe.
I think if I could've removed all the excess words it would eliminate a noticeable chunk of the word count. We do not need to name every mouth part needed for a French kiss, for instance. That's tedious. So, readers with similar reactions: the story is great. The style is good but overstated, sometimes annoyingly so.