Title: Threepeat (Secrets #3)
Author: K.C. Wells & Parker Williams
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Release Date: August 21, 2018
Genre(s): M/M Contemporary, BDSM
Page Count: 340
Reviewed by: Susan
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5


Can two Doms open their hearts again for a young man desperately in need of their help?

Two years ago, Aaron Greene and Sam Thompson were devastated when their submissive broke the contract that bound the three of them together. They still wonder what happened and whether they can find a way to move forward. When Aaron finds a sick young man by the curbside, his protective instincts kick in, and after consulting Sam, he takes Tim home.

After being thrown out of his home, Tim Waterman finds himself on the street, doing whatever he needs to survive. Until a bear of a Good Samaritan scoops him up and saves him. Then one bear becomes two, and a chance discovery gets him thinking about what might be, if he’s bold enough to make a move.

So what happens when Aaron and Sam wake up one morning to find Tim naked in their bed? Will they get a new chance at life, or will history Threepeat itself?

This was sweet, sometimes a bit too sweet for my taste, but overall I liked it.

I’m not familiar with Parker William’s work, but this felt like a typical K.C. Wells book. I guess Parker Williams has a similar writing style and the two of them just work.

This starts out with Sam and Aaron hurting because their sub suddenly left them. They thought they were in a loving relationship and everything was great, until Sebastian told them he was unhappy and left.

Sam and Aaron have been friend for ages, but only got romantically involved with each other after they met Seb. Now that Seb left, they still love each other, but since they’re both Doms, they need a sub to complete their relationship.

Sam is worried Aaron will never be ready to find a new submissive to love, and it seems the two of them fight a lot more these days. But all Sam can do is give Aaron time.

Aaron is still hurting deeply, even though it’s been a while since Seb left them. But he can’t seem to make himself open up, afraid to get hurt again.

When Aaron goes out grocery shopping one day, he stops when he sees a young man on the streets. It looks like the kid is sick, and obviously homeless. Aaron can’t just leave him there, so he decides then and there to take him home.

Sam is worried about the stranger Aaron took home, but only because he worries Aaron will get hurt. But he also knows he can’t stop Aaron from caring, so he just goes along with it.

Tim has been living on the street for some months since his family kicked him out. He’s not real good at surviving and taking care of himself, but he has no other choice. But when he gets sick, he knows that this is the end of the road for him.

When he gets picked up by a man who says he only wants to take care of Tim, Tim is weary. People don’t just take home homeless people, right?

But when Aaron and Sam continue to take care of him, even when he has recovered after a few weeks, Tim has to believe his luck has finally changed. And when the two offer to let him stay and offer to pay him to do their housekeeping, Tim gladly accepts.

But after some time Tim feels like he needs more from Aaron and Sam, but he has no idea how to make that clear to the two big men. He will just have to get in bed with them then and hope they don’t kick him out….

This book had some wonderful hurt/comfort moments. Sam and Aaron were the perfect caring Doms for sweet, shy Tim. I wasn’t too sure a about Sam and Aaron together at first, because their relationship seemed more like friendship at times, but somewhere along the way I got more and more into them and started to really feel the bond they shared.

I do have to admit that I lost a bit of my interest when I got to the actual BDSM parts. I was glad there weren’t a lot of those, since it mostly focusses on the relationship between all 3 men. But this had such a sweet feel to it, that I still ended up with a smile when I finished this book.

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