My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Just like We Have Till Dawn this one is explosively hot and packed full of all the feels.
Anthony, Nicky’s older brother, has been basically cruising through life on half-speed without any great lows but no wonderful highs either when he wins a competition to cook with a famous chef he follows on social media.
But the reader knows that he’s not just won a chance to visit Nashville and cook with celebrity chef August King, but that August’s much younger partner Camden has been plotting ever since he saw Anthony’s feed for the Music Institute he runs with Nicky.
The story evolves in a beautifully organic fashion from the moment Anthony encounters August at the end of his ranch’s drive when he comes to get his bearings after driving from New York to Nashville.
It’s clear from the off that the sexual chemistry between all three men is off the charts. But there’s a complication Anthony hadn’t expected.
Camden is a little who regresses through a number of different age points, some including sexual behaviour, others not, and Camden knows August gets lonely when he’s essentially acting as a single parent when he’s regressed into his non-sexual state.
Which is why he chooses Anthony, he believes he could be the missing link in his relationship with August and help stop him feeling alone.
How this is navigated becomes an integral part of the narrative and Cara unfolds the story, which takes place over such a short period time but never manages to stray into “instalove” territory.
Relatively low angst, a thread of humour running throughout and the aforementioned steaming hot sex, makes this a perfect read.
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review