Benji Moore is living his dream traveling as the lead singer of his band. His life would be perfect if he could get his boyfriend, Josh, to commit to an exclusive relationship.
Even though Josh loves Benji, he has good reasons not to trust in long-term relationships. So Josh decides to take some time to himself and sublets a room at a friend’s beach house. But when he walks into the nearby Off Beat bar, he finds a bartender who may be a good distraction from his relationship problems.
Van Holt doesn’t do anything deeper than sweaty one-night stands. But when Josh sets his sights on him, Van is surprised by their connection. Except Van also doesn’t do complicated, and the situation between Josh and Benji defines complicated. But the more time Van spends with them, the more he’s realizing how hard it would be to let Josh and Benji go.
Can the three of them find a way together, or will they all end up going solo?
This book … Wow … Thats all I can say right now. I do want to say that while yes this is the 3rd book in this series, I haven’t read the previous books. And I had no problem whatsoever following along with the storyline.
This was a really good read that included a lot of different sexualities and how they can all work together. While Josh and Benji were already a couple, we got to see how Van and Benji were able to connect and work things out between the two of them. And getting to see how someone who is asexual comes to terms with that fact while still opening his heart to another was amazing to see. The relationship between Josh and Van was completely off the charts with the hotness factor.
Don’t get me wrong — yes Van and Benji, and Josh and Benji did have some hot smexy times, getting to see as Josh and Van came together and started their relationship was fun.
This story does deal with a fair bit of sterotypes and how they aren’t always true. There is the drama and annoyance that does come with any relationship. Everything that you could hope for in a book was in this book.
Overall – an amazing read and I couldn’t recommend it enough.