Cameron Rheingold is the kind of guy who takes a book to a bar. He’s a loner by nature, but he has to engage with the community to keep his movie theater business afloat. When two young men stay after a Cary Grant film showing to chat, Cameron thinks he might have made some new friends—but their interest is more than friendly.
Josh is charismatic, and every smile is a little bit seductive. Keith is sweet and kind, with a core of steel Cameron can sense even when Keith’s on his knees. Cameron is willing to be the couple’s kinky third, but that’s it. He refuses to risk complicating things with his growing devotion, even if being with Josh and Keith feels more right than anything else ever has.
When the three of them are attacked by the killer roaming La Vista, Cameron must decide what’s more important: pretending the assault never happened and he’s the same loner he used to be, or coming clean to Josh and Keith about how much he loves them, even if they can never return his feelings.
I have read the other books in this series, and have spent some time wondering what was going to come of Cameron. So when I seen this book was his story, I couldn’t get started reading it quick enough!
This story was so packed full of emotion that I was in a constant state of worry and excitement while trying to find out what was going to happen next. If you have followed along with this series, then you do find out about the killer and how that all turns out.
Needless to say, it was horrible and exciting and left me on the edge of my seat hoping, and scared, about what was going to happen next.
The relationship between Josh, Keith and Cameron was one that built very slowly and grew into something more. I will admit that I had my own reservations about the relationship between the three of them, but it ended up working out great for them.
Overall, another great book in the series, and I can’t wait to read more about what’s going to happen next in this group of friends.