Title: Never Too Early: The Beginning (Never Too Early #1)
Author: Chris Owen, Tory Temple
Publisher: Torquere Press
Release Date: April 15th 2015
Page Count: 172
Reviewed by: Ele
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Continuing from the first book in the series (Never Too Early: The Beginning), Chance and Tucker and Jake and Tor find themselves involved in a friendship that goes much deeper than any of them initially suspected.
Jake has been released from the hospital following his fall from the roof, and Chance and Tucker agree to stay in Arkansas for several days to help Tor with Jake’s care. Chance, however, spends much of his time trying to resist the growing attraction he has for Jake. The confusion between the love he has for Tucker and the new feelings for Jake play tricks with Chance’s mind. Is any of this a good idea, or are all of them headed for disaster?
For his part, Jake has to reconcile not only his growing feelings and physical attraction to Chance, but also the promises he and Tor made to each other. They rebuilt their own relationship in the wake of mistakes neither one of them wishes to repeat. How much communication and longing can one — or two — relationships take?
That was…a little confusing. I’ m not saying I didn’t like it, I just have a lot of questions.
These are the facts:
-The original couples are still together and going strong.
-This is not a foursome, it is Chance-Jake and Tuck-Tor. And yes there is sex between them with the permission of their respective partners.
-We don’t have the POV of Tuck and Tor, so to me they feel more like secondary characters.
-There are feelings involved, not just sexual tension. And there is not jealousy or bitterness. Not even a little bit.
The writing is solid, I expected that from the authors. It is the plot itself that confuses me.
So maybe the goal here is not a foursome. Maybe it is a sort of an open relationship among them. And I’d m ok with that. And I *will* read the final book (which will hopefully explain some things).
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