More by Sloan Parker

This is an intense, gripping, suspenseful, dramatic and fascinating story. Richard is bold, gentle, caring and protective. Matthew is sweet, excitable and generous. Luke is determined, tough and unemotional. They meet at a club where gay men can go for hookups. They connected emotionally the instant they met, but they knew that Luke was never with someone more than once. Until the next time he was at the club and they wanted a repeat, he couldn't say no. Then they decided to go on a date, and Richard asked them to move in. Luke didn't want to keep being with them, but couldn't stop himself from saying yes, partly because his father had tracked him down again so he needed to move, and partly because he was curious about his reaction to them. When Luke's father started threatening them, he tried to leave, but he couldn't, and things got bad after that. There are some shocking twists that you never see coming. It's an amazing story about love, trust and betrayal.

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