Top critical review
Zero stars! Too much of whiny/insecure Liam. *****Contain Spoilers*****
Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2016
This book doesn't deserve any stars but that is not an option with this review site so I have to give it one star (one too many in my opinion). In book 3, we all have to deal with a very insecure and jealous Liam, again. This guy has no growth at all. Liam is fine with it when he sleeps with Raine without Macen's presence but when Macen sleeps with Raine without Liam's presence, Liam throws a fit. Oh and Raine saying she loves Liam isn't enough for him, she has to sleep with him with no protection to prove she loves him. That's not all, Liam judges Macen for "marking" Raine's body but guess what, he does it too. Liam is too insecure, selfish, jealous and such a hypocrite to be a hero.
In book 3, Raine got on my nerves with her need to please Liam. She is a grown woman who acts like an idiotic teenager. It is OK for her to sleep with Liam without Macen's presence but when Macen wants to sleep with her, she asks if they should wait for Liam. Oh and later on, Raine goes she'll take the guys alone or together. I'm like authors get your story straight and quit catering to Liam.
Real MVP in book 3 is Macen. He is the one that holds the three of them together. Macen is too good to be involved with Raine and Liam (who only have sex in common). I feel bad for Macen because of what he has to put up to when it comes to Raine and Liam.
The dungeon scene between Macen and Raine was good and their love scenes that followed was HOT!
Macen and Liam when they gotten along were quite entertaining. I think Macen once again showed what a great friend he is to Liam by standing by and supporting him as he deals with Gwendolyn and Kyle. Liam has yet to show what a great friend he is so I stand by, by calling Liam a terrible and selfish friend.
Overall, there was too much of whiny/insecure Liam that made this book unlikeable to me. If you are thinking about buying it or reading it, I say don't waste your money. I'll loan you mines (kindle edition) because I'll never read it again. Too much catering to one character (Liam) over another (Macen) was the issue. I think a great ménage (M/F/M) should be equally center with the two males and so far this series is not doing that.