Arriving back in Seattle after five years, Jessilyn Franklin is done pretending she didn’t want two men. She’s done letting anything stop her from being with Adam and Mick, now back from the war and working at Twisted Steel, a custom hot rod and motorcycle shop.
One night changes everything, but their relationship must strengthen to weather the storms they’ll face as they make their way back to one another.
Coming Back is an adult romance with a mini triad love relationship. If you are not comfortable with the love, physical and emotional between two men and one woman – this might not be the book for you. 18+ readers.
Read on for my thoughts on Coming Back. No true spoilers, promise.
Jessi, Adan and Mick have alway formed their own circle. Long before there was anything else there was friendship. About 4 years ago, even though they loved each other and were in a complex relationship they were torn apart by circumstances. Now they are coming back together again for the grand opening of Twisted Steel’s expansion. There is still the connection between them, the love, the desire and there is still the past which must be dealt with. With some time, maturing and facing life apart their decision to commit to each other will be the easiest and most difficult thing they have faced yet. By being open about their relationship there will be those who will try to change them, harm them and divide them. And there are those that will accept them and love them for who they are together and apart. Love isn’t always easy, but the right love makes it all worthwhile.
I liked Coming Back… but I didn’t love it, I’m saddened to say. We’ve been given hints throughout the earlier books in the series, so I was expecting more than was delivered in this final story in the Ink & Chrome series. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a good story with complex characters, steaming hot sensuous encounters. There was simply something missing – for me. And that is on me, not the author.
*I received an e-ARC of Coming Back from the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. That does not change what I think of this novel.*
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