This one was okay. It just didn't do it for me. My biggest problem is that there was no sexual interaction between the men. And by that, I mean not even a hug or a kiss. They say they care yet don't show it at all. And Gentry just keeps refusing to try anything with Antony, yet says he'd do anything for his Mistress. You don't like having sex with a guy, fine. But you're in a menage relationship with each other and supposedly care for one another. Would it kill you to at least hug the other guy? Maybe try kissing him? You'll never know for sure unless you try. This is one of my biggest problems with m/f/m books (though not if the males are siblings). I mean, if you seriously care about the people you're in a relationship with, you should have some interaction with each other. And I don't buy that oh, it's all about the girl bullshit. If you love someone you wouldn't want them to share a life with anyone else except with someone you cared and/or respected which in time could turn to caring/loving the others in your menage. It just bugged me throughout the book and distracted me from truly enjoying the book. Other than that,it was a good read.