Reviewed by Susan65
Author: G.A. Hauser
Heroes: Greg Thomas/Dax Matthews
Genre: MM Contemporary
Length: 212 Pages
Publisher: G.A. Hauser
Release Date: January 2, 2017
Available at: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads
Blurb: What if the six degrees of separation, became three?
Two men, Greg Thomas and Dax Matthews, meet and become interested in each other.
But they face a huge obstacle- Both men are already enjoying friends with benefits, with other men.
As the pair begins to grow closer, they find the more they know about each other, the more complicated their lives become. Until jealousy rears its ugly head.
Will love in the future move towards pansexuality? Enjoying several partners at the same time?
It sounds good in theory, but for these two men, it’s about to become real.
It doesn’t matter what kind of mask you wear for others, when the façade falls, you have only the face in the mirror to save you.
Review: I have no idea how to review this book. I was so unsure who the original couple was, or who was going to end up with whom, and how it eventually ended surprised me. I know this sounds cryptic, but this book was seriously beyond complicated. I guess I started to go along with it and accept that this was more an erotica than a romance. After that, I was able to shut my brain down and just read for the fun of it.
We have men who are not committed having lots of sex, with each other and with other people. We also have a growing attraction between Greg and Dax, who eventually begin to wonder if they should consider being in a relationship. But, these boys can’t keep their pants on. Especially around Lee. Lee is model beautiful with money to burn and an ego the size of Texas. He is also close friends, with benefits, to Greg. Dax is super attracted to Lee and wants to have sex with him…and he can’t hide that from Greg…who doesn’t seem to mind. Lee is a character, and his story plays out on these pages alongside the relationship building of Greg and Dax.
Of course, the title alone should alert you that when men start adding feelings into their sexcapades, and more than two men are involved, then someone is going to get jealous. We have a lot going on in this book and many times it felt like a train wreck, but I couldn’t look away. It’s really hard to explain without saying you have to read it for yourself. It ends on a high note, but I would not say it’s a happily ever after nor a romance, but as long as you know that going in, you should be fine.
Overall Impression: I liked it!
*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*