Restaurant owner Tom Fearnes has loved his partner Cass for as long as he can remember, but their work often keeps them apart. When he meets a striking young man named Jake on the vibrant streets of Camden Town, their heady first encounter takes an unexpected turn.

Jake Thompson can hardly believe his luck when he wakes up in Tom’s bed. Tom is gorgeous, kind, and . . . taken. 
Tom’s explanation of his open relationship leaves Jake cold, but Tom is too tempting, and when hard times force Jake to accept Tom’s helping hand, he finds himself between two men who’ve lost their way.

Cass Pearson is a troubled soul. He loves Tom with all he has, but some days it feels like he hasn’t much to give. Jake seems like the perfect solution. 

Cass risks everything to push Jake and Tom together, but Jake resists, wary, until the darkness of Cass’s past comes to call. Then Jake finds himself the last man standing, and it’s time to dig deep and shine a light for the men he’s grown to love.

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When I was lucky enough to get an early copy of this book I didn't know what to expect from it. Too many times when I read an MMM book it's all about as much sex as possible in as many combinations as possible. In fact I wrote an MMM way WAY back and yep, that is pretty much what it was, just a lot of sex… rofl…

Anyway, I digress. I love Garret's writing, she is an autobuy, and her work is stunningly visual. But still, MMM has to be about the sex, right? Wrong. I should have realised this was a book by THE Garret Leigh, so there is angst and tension and love and completion… and I loved it so much I couldn't put it down.

This book is about love, and finding each other, and learning to live, and realising just what connections can be made. It is thoughtful, and deep, and the focus on tourettes isn't a fourth character, it just exists as part of Jake. There is sex, but it isn't thrown in for no reason, it's part of who the three men are, as couples, or as the three of them together.

An amazing piece of writing. I'm still blown away by it now.