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Our quick hellos are followed by drawn out goodbyes.
What started out as one fun night turned into a regular thing none of us ever planned for.
I can’t walk away from Kit and Prescott. Kit is the stern nurturer I need. He’s the caretaker, the solid presence. Prescott enables my wild ways. He’s someone I can have fun with. They couldn’t be more perfect for me.
But come graduation, I have to move across the country, and geography isn’t our only obstacle. Being in a relationship with two men isn’t good for my public image, my brother’s NFL career, or the media frenzy that surrounds my famously queer family.
We have a plan to meet up once a year, but with every reunion, every brief visit, we fall deeper.
There has to be a breaking point, something that will end it for us, or soon it will be impossible to say goodbye at all.
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|Durée||8 heures et 5 minutes|
|Date de publication sur Audible.fr||10 février 2023|
|Type de programme||Livre audio|
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Everything started one night when Brady joined Kit and Prescott who needed a 3rd person. After that, they couldn’t get enough of each other, and decided to try to reunite at least once a year since they would dispatch around the country. However, being apart and seeing each other so little is not as easy as it sounds.
Be ready to get emotionally wrecked, but it’s so worth it, I loved every second of this book, every hardship. This is one of the MORE EMOTIONAL books that I read from Eden Finley. I love her writing and I will never recommend her enough. I cannot wait to see if she has some things planned for Four and Freddie, and of course for the rest of the Mike Bravo Team ❤️
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Seeing Payton Miller get his happy ever after with Levi in Football Royalty was a joyous experience and one I adored.
But then when she said his brother Brady Talon was going to be falling for two Navy SEALs, well let’s just say expectations were high.
And oh boy does she deliver, in spades, with bells on, shining lights, and an air horn.
This book not only met all my desires and hopes, it took them beyond and into the stratosphere. It’s burning fires of Hell hot, of course it is, the sex is off the charts steaming.
But it’s so, so much more than that. This is a book about love and sacrifice, it’s about pain and hope, it’s about three souls meeting at a perfect place in time and slotting together like the best puzzle pieces.
Each one of the three could manage on their own, and any two of the three could successfully be together as a couple if they’d met in different circumstances.
But what makes them special is what they bring to a relationship as a triad. Each arm of their equilateral triangle has the perfect set of characteristics that matches the gaps the others need filling.
Eden took three men who never set out to find a lifetime of love and melded them through a series of long separations, fears and doubts, hurt and comfort, into a rock-solid partnership with unbreakable chains
I could happily have read another book twice this length filled with their banter, their caring, their support, and their antics between the sheets.
I’m not sure if this is goodbye to the second generation, there are a few cousins still I’d love to see get their happily ever afters. If it is though, what a triumphant note to finish on.
As to expect, there are feelings involved and Kit arm Prescott are more than roommates and lovers when hooking up with Brady but they are too scared to share their real feelings with each other in fear of being turned down. As time goes by there are changes with their jobs, Brady starts Law school and an internship in NY and they really have to make to he effort to see each other a handful of times a year but can they have more, will it ever be a real relationship. Brady is terrified what his queer family will think, that it taught affect his brother Peyton's career. An unfortunate accident has them coming to their sense and being honest with each other.
I loved how their friendship grew, how they grounded each other separately and when together. I think they worked well as a thruple and enjoyed the meddling parents. Definitely couldn't put it down and was routing for them the entire time.
Having said that this book is by Eden Finley so of course I read it and I thoroughly enjoyed it. There wasn’t too much angst but there was pining, lots of pining. It was palpable, you could feel their pain, their loneliness and emptiness when they weren’t together and the goodbyes got harder.
What started out as a bit of fun at a bar developed over three years into a beautiful relationship. As they described it to Brady “It’s like we’re a jigsaw and you are the missing piece”.
This book can be read as a stand-alone but if you go back to the beginning where Brady’s dads fell in love in the Fake Boyfriend series and became football legends and the first out and proud gay couple and where you meet all Brady’s extended and mostly famous uncles and then read Football Royalty, Brady’s brother Peyton’s story, where we see Brady and Peyton all grown up, you will enjoy the madness even more when they all come to visit, and meddle and check out Brady’s boyfriends.
After a lot of setbacks and the three of them living in different states they actually communicate and get their HEA. Very enjoyable and as most of the uncles from the Fake Boyfriend series have kids of their own I can’t see why Eden needs to stop here, Four is an intriguing snarky little thing😉
From the moment we met the grown Brady as felix’s best friend I new his story was going to be an interesting one.
These three together are beautiful as both a throuple and individual couples however the with jobs, school and a ‘only on leave’ pact keeping these three from realising their true feelings I wondered how it was going to come together because these three were really bad at communicating outside of the bedroom for a while there.
They each have there own ‘oh that’s what this feeling is moments’ and I’m soo glad that Eden Finley was able to let Brady and the guys tell their story the way it needed to be told.
I felt everything from the laughter to the sadness I even had a major bout of worry during a moment when kit walked a worry hole in the carpet! I love how these three can read one another and know when something isn’t quite right!
I cannot wait to see what Finley brings out next and after all the cameos and how closely Brady works with his uncle Damon I’m definitely going to go back and read through the fake boyfriends series again.
What I don’t understand is why there’s not one single heart to heart between Peyton and Brady in this book. I mean do they talk/FaceTime at all? They’re described as being practically twins but it’s like upon graduation and Peyton’s draft there’s no hint of interaction between them and I’m left wondering if they ever touch base. It’s a confusing oversight when during their childhood these brothers have only each other and because of it are super close. I was disappointed when Football Royalty ended without a brotherly heart to heart. But because of the story’s timing and the transition in their relationship I rolled with it. Especially since I still got those sweet moments with Shane and Peyton, not to mention Shane and Brady talking down Levi from the edge - that was all excellent.
Here Eden Finley perfectly poised Brady’s arc of personal growth, and the maturity he gains through sacrifice (to his brother and his loves) until there’s this great buildup that leads to nowhere. Brady doesn’t confide in ANYONE. He seems emotionally isolated so the pressure he feels worsens with everything he’s juggling. Don’t get me wrong Uncle Damon was amazing as ever! At one point he hints at how much Brady gave up for Peyton making him realise how much of himself he’s sublimated over the years but that’s not revisited at all.
It doesn’t make sense and is unrealistic to me. Particularly after all that longing, personal turmoil and the incredible cloak and dagger shenanigans.
It’s a missed opportunity that diminishes Peyton by making him repeatedly come across as a selfish prick because everything’s about him even after Brady knowingly/unknowingly created distance in their relationship. With the best will in the world I find it rather hard to believe that Brady and Peyton don’t talk through this at all — that it’s enough that Pres set Pey straight at first sight on a park bench and it’s all good, a perfect resolution.
I would’ve related better to Brady’s self-acceptance with more brotherly investment. There’s no indication that reconciliation happened off-book either but it would’ve been a cop out anyway. Also, is there a tendency for protagonist issues to be neatly cleaned up by secondary characters? I’m not sure, could be the way the story was written/edited gives that impression.
I loved getting to know this next generation and absolutely love the glimpses of the Gay Brigade in full force. I had an expectation that with growth Brady and Peyton would find a healthy balance between being brothers and being professional athlete/agent - something I didn’t fully get which makes this feel somewhat unfinished to me and that is frustrating.