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By Any Other Name by Tia Fielding
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Oct 14, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: gblt, romance
Read from October 13 to 14, 2011

This book was reviewed for Musings of a bookworm

the synopsis
Dru and Thom have been together for three years, and despite Thom’s occasional bouts of insecurity and Dru’s fear of rejection, their relationship is rock solid. Then Dru’s long-lost friend, Skye, suddenly reappears, shocking them both. Skye suffered years of inconceivable abuse before escaping it, and while he’s back on track, he has nowhere else to go as he begins to rebuild his life.

Dru, Thom, and Skye each want to belong somewhere, to belong with someone—or someones—with no fear of being hurt, set aside, or left behind. It’s a challenge with daunting odds, especially for Skye, who’s never loved before. He’s determined not to come between his two friends who so clearly belong together, and it will be up to Dru and Thom to conquer their fears and convince Skye to stay

My review
This was a sweet tale of love and learning to trust. All the men had issues in different ways and it was really beautiful to see them being slowly worked out in this heart felt tale. I really liked that Skye's history was not gone into in great detail as it allowed his recovery to be the focus not his hang ups. At no time was the fact it was heading to a threesome made to feel salacious. I felt it was made to feel like the natural progression for their relationship. It was not about the sex but the emotions of the people involved and this made the story work as a romance and an observation of very human emotions.
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