A wounded rock star, a bodyguard, and a CEO get trapped in a snowed-in cabin…
It sounds like the beginning of a joke, but it’s not. This is the start of an epic love story between three men. Three men who have a history twined together with encounters and impressions that have marked their years.
They just never realized how all those brief encounters would eventually change their lives forever.
Daniel, the rock star who survived a plane crash and is trying to figure out how to live his life without legs.
Luke, the bodyguard who made so many mistakes and now thinks he doesn’t deserve the man he’s loved for years.
Austin, the CEO who thinks he’s on the outside pulling the strings, but what he doesn’t realize is without him at the core, this relationship will never work…for any of them.
Three men, one snowy winter cabin, one epic love story waiting to be discovered…
Book #4 in the Found Series.
Well written story with three men becoming one relationship. There were a couple wobbles, but overall, I really enjoyed.
The story begins with Daniel as an 18 year old. Being the cousin and best friend of a famous musician, he meets Luke, the man who was hired to be his cousin’s bodyguard. There is immediate chemistry between the two, but Luke won’t do anything about it. Partially because Daniel is so young, but also because he needs this job.
Over the years, Daniel doesn’t give up. Not even after he is cut off of the family money by quitting school after a scandal. Daniel finds his own fame, as the lead singer in a rock band that is quickly gaining popularity. Luke is still Brady’s bodyguard so when Luke and Brady are in an airplane crash, he is there watching from the sidelines.
But before that accident, Daniel had a seriously hot night with a stranger. That stranger, Austin, wants more. But Daniel is still hung up on Luke. Especially after he tricked him. Oh the drama.
Not really a spoiler since it is in the blurb, but Daniel loses his legs in the plane crash. But worse than losing his legs, he loses his music. His brain is quiet, his family is hovering and he is going crazy.
Through a strange connection, Austin is there for everything that happens after the crash. He realizes that Luke is the man that Daniel loves.
Ok, so this part is kind of convoluted but whatevs. It was still pretty well written. Daniel is in an empty cabin about an hour from the group of cabins his family use for 2 weeks over Christmas. He just wants to be blessedly alone. But Austin schemes to get Luke there. Which is does. But a huge storm comes and Austin ALSO ends up at the cabin.
And then the naked happens. Not without Daniel feeling self conscious about his missing legs, Austin desperately wants Daniel, but knows Daniel and Luke belong together and Luke is finally ready to give in to his feelings for Daniel. Until he starts to have feelings for Austin and Austin for him. And Daniel.
I will say that when Austin and Daniel first hooked up he made it clear that he had no interest in a threesome. That changed. Quickly.
While I enjoyed getting solid back stories on the three men and their relationships as they were, I would have liked a lot more of them together as 3. We get basically a week before Christmas, Christmas and New Year’s Day. And a decent epilogue. But it was too short. I want to see these guys navigating life as a throuple. Especially with one in the spotlight and the other a CEO.
Still a good read with great bones. They weren’t just thrown together.
There’s a connection to three other books before this one, but it can absolutely be read as a stand alone.
3.5 Pieces of Eye Candy