Reviewed by Susan65
Title: Full Circle
Author: Riley Hart
Narrator: Jack Dupont
Series: Broken Pieces #2
Heroes: Josiah Evans/Mateo Sanchez/Tristan Croft
Genre: MMM Contemporary
Length: 7 Hours, 21 Minutes
Publisher: Riley Hart
Release Date: November 22, 2016
Available at: Amazon and Audible
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads
Blurb: Nothing in life is ever easy, and no one is more painfully aware of that than Josiah Evans, Mateo Sanchez, and Tristan Croft. They know what they want—each other—but with three people as broken as they are, all those pieces aren’t so easily mended.
Josiah is their glue. All he wants is to give his men what they need.
Mateo wants to absolve himself of his sins. To be worthy of love and to protect it.
Tristan must let go of his past, must learn how to need, and what it really means to take care of someone.
To keep the balance intact, they all have their roles to play. But what happens if the balance shifts? What happens when someone doesn’t play the right part? If one of them falters, they all feel the strain.
The only way to complete their full circle is for all their pieces, despite the curves and rough edges, to fit together perfectly. To do that, Josiah, Mateo, and Tristan must learn to get over the pasts that have defined who they are. And when an old enemy returns and threatens the foundation of their new life, decisions will be made, and boundaries will be tested that could change their lives forever.
Once again I found myself completely enthralled with Josiah, Mateo, and Tristan. These three stole my heart in book one, Broken Pieces, and didn’t fail me in the sequel. As much I’d normally hate when one guy becomes the glue that binds a threesome, in this case, it could not have happened any other way. I’d read a couple reviews where they were not happy that the throuple wasn’t moving forward and the angst was too much for them…I totally disagree with that assessment. I could absolutely see the progress they were making and the angst, in my opinion, was minimal compared to book one. They really needed to learn more about each other and they all had their own issues to overcome, so the time frame for that seemed to be spot on.
Same as with Broken Pieces, I did not read the book but only listened to the audio. And, once again, I am completely impressed with Jack Dupont’s ability to keep all the characters separated so I could easily tell who was speaking just by their voices…that is impressive considering one of the guys is Mexican. Jack is an amazing and entertaining narrator, and I look forward to listening to book three, and any other books he narrates in the future. Great series made better by an amazing performance by Jack Dupont.
Overall Impression: I loved it!
*I purchased my own, personal copy of this book for review.*