Title: Never Too Early: The Beginning (Never Too Early #1)
Author: Chris Owen, Tory Temple
Publisher: Torquere Press
Release Date: November 25th 2015
Page Count: 162
Reviewed by: Ele
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
In the final book of the Never Too Early series, cowboys Jake and Tor and firefighters Chance and Tucker have more on their plates than they bargained for. What started out as friendship has developed into strong feelings, and the couples continue to grow and learn about each other. However, adding two and two is more than a simple math problem. Words and emotions can be a dangerous mix, as the four men discover, and jealousy and miscommunication threaten what they’ve built together.
When two of the four unexpectedly connect, it sends all of them reeling. Pride is bruised and feelings are wounded, although they try desperately to hold themselves together in order to navigate this new territory. The physical distance between them all is both a blessing and a curse. When one of them reveals something that can’t be taken back, it threatens the relationships of all four men. How do two separate couples blend themselves to become one unit? The doubts and fears threaten to overwhelm them all, and no one will emerge unscathed.
“Four was more than just two plus two. Four was right.”
Well, it turns out that four is right, after all.
I really don’t want to give anything away. I’ll just say that I enjoyed the relationship dynamics among the four men. These dynamics, naturally, kept changing throughout the story; the original couples felt safe and familiar and then there was the thrill of new bonds forming. I liked that Chance who was always cool and collected, lost a little bit of his control with Tor. And I liked that Tucker, who was usually so restless and passionate, was gentle and tender with Jake.
The sex scenes were smoking hot but quite challenging because um….four dicks and four pair of hands, you know? But despite having to read sex scenes twice (it was a hardship, I know), they were very well done.
I liked it for what it is; a polyamorous romance with MCs that we have loved in the past. I was pleasantly surprised that the authors managed to actually pull it off.
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