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Overall, the story went by very quickly and was fun to read. I wouldn’t say I felt any romance between the characters, but this is clearly erotic fiction. The characters were well developed though and I could feel them coming off of the page as I read. They even seemed to become friends of mine by the time I neared the end of the book and endured their experiences.
This book could use a little editing to help with the flow of the text, but all in all it is a good read. The plot is easy to follow and the story will leave you waiting for book 2.
Furthermore, the romantic dynamics between the three of them are well-constructed too, insofar as all three of them have their own very different demons to face regards making their relationship work; I took particular pleasure into getting to understand Itsuma’s layers and quirks better. In Itsuma, what started out as an overtly unlikeable character became perhaps the best boyfriend-material around in very many ways; the rock least likely to crumble, with an incredible sensitivity masked by his often cutting demeanour.
In the category of unbelievability, I think it’s necessary to allow a little room for artistic licence in such things as for example how quickly Itsuma levels up his skills from his initial fumbling to prowess that would make any gay man proud. As to how much they get away with, well, frankly sometimes people get away with a lot of things, so that part seems all well and good to me.
As for character depth, all the main characters are complex and layered, and by that I don’t just mean the trio of lovers, but also supporting characters such as Kai, a kind of person I have never before seen anyone else write so well, or Scott’s family members, who are all far better-developed as characters than the usual paint-in relatives one might expect of a book this size.
Regards editing, beyond occasional typos as is usual for a first edition, the only fault is that sometimes in dialogue-heavy scenes it’s not always clear who’s speaking. It just needs a few cues added into appropriate places to disambiguate.
All in all, a very engaging story well-written (belied somewhat by the title and cover), and I look forward to to the continuation that the subtitle implies we’ll get in due course.