Time might not heal all wounds, but with two motivated and strong-willed men on a campaign to win him back, Charlie will get more than he ever thought possible.
As a teenager, Charlie "Chase" Rhodes meets Scott Boone and falls head over heels in love with the popular, athletic boy next door. Charlie thinks he's living the dream when Scott says he feels the same way. But his dreams are dashed when Scott unexpectedly moves away.
Years later, Charlie meets brash and confident Adan Navarro, who claims all he wants is a round between the sheets. After eight months together, Charlie is convinced Adan returns his love. But when the opportunity comes to be open about their relationship, Adan walks away.
Time passes and life moves on, but when Charlie learns the only two men he's ever loved are now in love with each other, his heart breaks all over again. Scott and Adan tell Charlie they want him back, but Charlie doesn't know if he can trust two people who have hurt him so deeply. Time might not heal all wounds, but with two motivated and strong-willed men on a campaign to win him back, Charlie will get more than he ever thought possible.
More Than Everything by Cardeno C. was a beautifully written ménage story in the Family series. I enjoyed this story immensely. Three wayward and beautiful souls coming together to form a lasting relationship based on satisfaction, but after much-needed work.
Chase had been in love with Scott from the time he was a teenager. Unfortunately, his heart was broken when Scott unexpectedly left him without a word. Things turned around for Chase and he met Adan, but once again his heart was broken as the man also left him, a fear of commitment.
But, fate has her owns plans, and Chase soon discovered Scott and Adan were in love with each other; the two men he had loved, and they wanted a relationship with him. Chase now must make the biggest decision of his life, especially since it is not only his life he is dealing with, but his charges as well.
Cardeno C. left me emotionally spent as I waded through the turmoil of their relationship. Each man brought a different and diverse facet to the relationship, but in the long run, enhanced the others.
The POV style that the book was written in placed a humorous aspect that lightened the darker moods that were underlying as Chase, Scott and Adan exorcised their demons. These aspects were more enhanced by Ezekiel Robison’s uncanny ability to deliver his narration with the perfect inflection and tone. Mr. Robison’s voice always draws me into the characters!
More Than Everything was much more than a ménage story. It was a story of true happiness that could be found in spite of people’s short comings or what life threw at you. It detailed the struggles to survive in a society that may not always be accepting. Where curve balls are thrown when least expected, but if a support system could be found, anything and everything is possible.
A must read!
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A five handcuff review
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