I have to admit that I was disappointed in this book. I read the sample before I bought it and really enjoyed it. It started out with 3 POV's but quickly became mostly 2 POV's. and that is where I started having problems with the story. The three MC's are Cortez, Kaden and Rogan and I would have liked a more even distribution of POV's. Cortez starts the book and I could feel his pain and then he basically disappeared for most of the book. This is a 39 chapter book and his POV was only in 6 chapters( a couple only 3-4 pages long); as a matter of fact he does not reappear as a romantic interest until almost 70% of the book is done. There is plenty of Kaden and his angst, plenty of Rogan and his problems and worries but Cortez is given very short shrift.
I kept thinking,"This is suppose to be a triad, where the heck is Cortez". I even started skimming the sex scenes(there are quite a few between Kaden and Rogan) just to move the story along. Cortez doesn't even have one sex scene with both of the other men in his POV; which could have been very interesting because when Cortez left Kaden, Kaden was his sub and now Kaden is Rogan's Dom.
I just felt like the author spent so much time on Kaden and Rogan's angst and problems getting together but....boom, no trouble becoming a triad. It really fell flat for me.
Now, having gotten my personal problems with this book out of the way, I will say it was well written, no grammatical or editing errors I could see and I did enjoy it in the beginning. You might really enjoy it if what bothered me doesn't bother you. It is not a bad book, I simply got bored waiting for Cortez to show up...but hey, that's just me.