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O' has definitely been an experience that I wasn't fully prepared for but enjoyed it nonetheless. I would like more of O', little o', quinten & Tamia. What is her family dynamic and why does she like helping scarred children
I was so excited to see a book within the MMF trope with black characters that I bought this instantly and completely wasted my money. How is it a relationship between 3 people and only viewpoints from 2 of them? What a way to establish that Quinten doesn’t matter at all. And that point is reiterated through the whole book.
The beauty of an MMF throuple is having characters who each just happen to have feelings for the other 2 and decide to give the unconventional relationship a try. That’s not what this was at all.
From the beginning, the break up between Q and O took less than half a page while the author wasted a whole chapter discussing O’s breakfast the next day. Over half a page had to do with his milkshake preferences meanwhile the initial discussion of his relationship was almost an afterthought.
None of the characters’ backgrounds are established. Hardly even know why they even like each other because nothing regarding their personalities is discussed. This makes it difficult to root for their relationships in any sense. I literally didn’t care about any of them because I’m told nothing about them.
O is absolutely selfish. He makes demands on his lovers but won’t give an inch to them in return. He demands the throuple but won’t even allow them a chance to get comfortable with each other.
The author could remove all the scenes with Quinten and make this about O and Tamia and there’d be no difference whatsoever. This didn’t need to be sold as a ménage when the author wasn’t prepared to put in the actual work to make it a ménage. And taking the last few chapters to try and establish the book within the series was just abrupt and boring.