Title: Three the Hard Way
Author: Sidney Croft
My Rating: A
Genre: Erotic Suspense (m/m/m)
Series: ACRO #7
Main Characters: Tag, Justice and Ian
Release Date: December 2015
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
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Sexual Intensity: erotic
This title is part of the ACRO universe.
Lovers Taggart Brody and Justice McKinney possess special abilities that make them valuable to agencies who employ—or enslave—people with extraordinary talents. When tragedy tears them apart, Justice finds purpose working for the good guys: ACRO, the super-secret Agency for Covert Rare Operatives. But he never forgets Taggart or the past they once shared.
Heartbroken, Taggart runs from who he is . . . right into the arms of Ian Bridges. But Ian, battling his own demons, betrays Tag to the terrorist organization Itor. After months of torture, Tag manages to escape, but kills an ACRO agent in the process.
With nowhere left to turn, Tag disappears into the Alaskan wilderness, but it’s only a matter of time before his enemies track him down. He reaches out to Justice, and somehow Ian finds him too, hoping to right his wrongs. With ACRO and Itor both bearing down, the three men must figure out how to forgive, how to work together, and how to love each other—or the coming battle will destroy them all.
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Three men, ex-lovers, snowbound at Christmastime, angry alpha sex...these are a few of my favorite things.
I cannot tell you how much I loved this book. It simply touched off all my favorite tropes into an excellent story that I adored.
Tag is the guy that ties all three of these men together. That and the fact that they all have special paranormal abilities. He's loved both Ian and Justice, but neither man "stuck" for various reasons tied to their special abilities. He both hates and loves both of these guys for that. They are the only two men he's ever let get that close. But he's still not sure if he trusts either one of them again or even if he does, if he'll be able to have either one of them. And if he can...then how does he choose? His feelings are deep for both of them...
This is one seriously sexy, angsty little read and I loved every minute of it. I own the entire ACRO series, but it still sits in my print TBR pile. I think I need to pull those books out...SOON!