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I never really thought about just how much this story was needed until I reread Double Time recently. I realized Trey, Reagan, and Ethan had so much more to tell and we hadn't even gotten to the hard part of their relationship. Outsider is that hard part.
Reagan is struggling with finding her place in the band, Exodus End. She knows she doesn't belong, she knows it's a temporary gig but she still wants to put her stamp on the experience in some way. She's also struggling with the tabloids having it in for her and outing her polyamorous relationship.
Trey's only struggle is trying to be supportive of his lovers whle they come to accept their relationship in the public light. Trey has always been confident with his sexuality and has had a supportive family.
Ethan certainly struggles with going public. He hasn't even come out to his mother and brothers yet. But will the idea of possibly losing Reagan and Trey give him the courage? Ethan also struggles with where he fits. He feels like a tagalong to rock stars, Ethan and Reagan with his token bodyguard position. He wants more out of a career.
Lots of depth to this book. It was hard to get into at first and Reagan's "the world only revolves around me" attitude got old after awhile. I also got tired of the threesome always getting it on when they should have been talking. But those scenes were certainly sexy. And I really enjoyed Trey and Brian's bro moment. It was a long time coming and made me smile.
For the most part, I enjoyed this book and I thought Cunning did a good job with Trey's HEA.
Before I do a review, I often peruse what others say about the book. I disagree that Reagan was whiny or too needy for most of the book. She had multiple issues with which to contend.
First, she tried to make her guitar sound like Max's. But she won the position on the band for her own sound (actually mimicking Brian Sinclair's sound) and it took a while for her to have the confidence to bring forth her own interpretation of the songs.
Second, she had major issues with the band's manager. He wanted to totally redo her looks top to bottom. She was uncomfortable with the new look, and at one of the concerts asked the fans if it would be alright with them if she took off her high-heeled boots. She then played barefoot! She was starting to loosen up.
Three, In Double Time (B5 of Sinners on Tour) she had a nasty stalker. She probably had not completely recovered from that. Psychologists and Psychiatrists will state that getting over a trauma like that is not as simple as catching the villain. Four, she soon had to deal with the media circus and a sleazy tabloid that thinks that she is two-timing Trey Mills with her body guard, Ethan. The stories just don't stop coming and they had interviews/lots of questions before each performance.
Five, Reagan and many others of both bands blame Tony for the story leak. But the truth is much nastier MUCH.
Six, Max's hand is coming back a lot sooner than expected, making Reagan's future less sure.
7, Sneaking around gets old really fast, I'm sure. None of them like that the only time they get to relax is private time in a secure hotel room. No PDA
8, Reagan is sure that he father will disown her if he knew that she was involved in a polyamory arrangement.
9, and then there is the menage itself. The sex may be great, but there is jealousy, fear, and self-doubt. So Reagan's got a lot to deal with!
The only one who remains totally committed to the menage at all times is TREY. He has the total support of his family and the two bands and stage hands. They all know about his lifestyle. Only Ethan and Reagan are the ones afraid of disappointing family.
I've given you a bit of the story, but not too much, I hope. It's a fantastic story with its own special HEA! Go Get Your Copy!
It is tough with 2 people in a relationship that is in the public eye but when you have a third member it is even tougher. There is jealousy there but not enough to ruin what these three have even when the tabloids get involved and try to ruin it all. Ethan feels left out at time especially with they have the band connetion and with the relationship Trey has with Brian. Reagan sometimes doesn't feel lile she is enough for either of them or if she deserves the love of these 2 men. In the end it make the relationship stronger/
Reagan is trying hard to find her place in Exodus End and she does everything to try and stand out and not be shoved out like the outside she feels she is. Then when their manager makes it harder on her and does everything in his power to get her to quit, she realizes what part she plays and feels a little more comfortable with the band.
I absolutely love that the families of these characters was brought into this book. I enjoyed having more Dare and their parents are the best. I love how accepting they are of Trey and his relationship with both Reagan anf Trey. I also love how his mom makes her feel important and is a mother figure to her and gives her advice. It is a struggle for Trey because he wants his partners to come out about their love for him but they don't have the support Trey does. I do love that in the end we see Ethan's family accept him for who he is and support him as well. Reagan is the last to come ckean but is surprised when her Dad supports her and stands up for her. I also loved that we got to see Butch make some advances at Ethans mom Rosa.
This book with have you laughing, crying and wondering will the love between them be enough to survive all that is thrown at them. OMG and the sex in this book is so hot. It is definetly going to have you hot and bothered and wanting to try some new stuff.
I also love how all of both bands is incorporated into the book. The bachelor party was a blast and will habe you laughing. It will also give you the truth behind the Trey and Brian relationship and they will finally get their feelings for each other out in the open.
I can't wait to see what we get next and look forward to seeing what the Europe tour brings us.