Tighter plotting with less mistakes
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This one doesn’t have as many grammatical errors as the first one and the pop plotting is tighter without the angsty setting of the first.
The polyamorous element to the story is well crafted, I felt it was believable that these three men would come together in a threat way romantic relationship.
There’s no real dramady to this one either, making it a much lighter and fun read and the sexual side of things is also done well.
EDIT: I just remembered one thing which did annoy me – referring to a Marine as a soldier. Nope, they’re Navy not Army.