Their lover of five years and mother of their daughter, Gia can do no less than support both of her partners as they forge a path of their own; paths that could annihilate the family. As the keystone, Gia has no choice but to keep them all together, but with the Armed Forces knocking at their door, Luke's PTSD rearing its ugly head, and a pregnancy test just waiting to be used, the throuple are at breaking point.
Only the Power of Love can keep them together, but is it powerful enough to overcome the hurdles life has thrown this family's way?
The Power of Love, second installment of Serena Akeroyd’s serial The Luck of Love was heart wrenching and fast paced.
Returned from deployment, Luke struggled with the horrors he saw and the horrors befallen him. Unable to accept his ill-gotten fate, Luke’s a mess as was his family dynamics. Unable to cope with what has occurred to him, physically, emotionally, and psychologically, Luke withdrew into a dark place and detached himself from his husband and wife.
I have to note, Josh irritated me in this installment. Deep down I knew he loved his husband, and I understood the dire straits he went through to clear Luke’s name, but his almost hands-off attitude rubbed me the wrong way. Kudos Ms. Akeroyd for creating such life-like characters and ensnaring me into their lives! Love this serial.
The relationship between the ménage was palpable; the trio still finding their way. The addition of the secondary characters, their extended families, added to the story and gave readers a glimpsed into the reason Luke, Josh, and Gia are the formidable characters they are.
Their highly intelligent and precocious child Lexi, brought forth a smile, as the little girl traverses her world, giving her parents a run for their money.
A wonderful storyline which gets better with each book.
A five handcuff review
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