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Partners in every sense of the word, Sawyer and Jackson have been a unit since they were young teenagers. Growing up together in the same foster home, they learned they could depend only on each other. But when Kyler—a boy barely half their age—arrived heartbroken and scared, the young men took him under their wings, vowing to take care of him and protect him.

But then an unimaginable nightmare tears their world apart, separating Sawyer and Jackson from Kyler. Doing their best to keep their vow, even after disaster struck, Sawyer and Jackson try to ensure Kyler is safe as he grows up without them.

Kyler always thought running from his past was his only option, until his past catches up with him in the form of Sawyer and Jackson. He finally realizes, maybe the only way forward is to go back to the past. But in doing so, the three of them find themselves embroiled in a family vendetta that spans decades, threatening to upend their world once again. Will Sawyer and Jackson finally be able to fulfill their promise to keep Kyler safe— while proving they accept and love him for who he is—or will the odds always be stacked against them?

404 pages, Kindle Edition

First published January 1, 2021

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Luna David

19 books612 followers
Luna David is a true romantic at heart who was fortunate enough to find and marry her soul mate. Most of the time she considers herself lucky to have been blessed with having g/b twins, but they're giving her a run for her money. She's a stay at home mom and an author, so when she's not begging her little monsters to behave, you'll most likely find her writing.

She loves anything book, coffee or dark chocolate related and can't think of a better way to pass the time than to combine all three. She reads romance novels voraciously and while she prefers contemporary romance with strong Alpha males finding their soul mates, she's a sucker for any well written, romantic story regardless of genre.

She created the Custos Securities Series because she loves to write what she loves to read. Her books feature strong dominant males and the men they would die protecting. Toss in some BDSM and kink and you've got her Catharsis Novel Series, The Boys Club Series, and Kink Chronicles Series. She loves nothing more than making her readers feel a wide range of emotions with her words. And she hopes you enjoy reading her books as much as she loved writing them. Happy Reading!

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2,425 reviews75 followers
March 3, 2022
UMMM...I don't quite know what to say about this one. Ky was gender -fluid. (Sometimes he presents as female and sometimes male). I had heard about this, but it was interesting to have it better explained since the story was entirely based on this. That was okay...people are people, and it didn't bother me at all, but what did bother me was that it seemed to push Sawyer and Jackson's relationship on the sidelines and their attention was totally focused on Ky. Every time they were together...there was Ky. Maybe I don't get how the 3-way thing works but it put the story "off" for me. I really liked that some of the characters from the other books made appearances and helped out...still this one just didn't have the pull for me as the three before it. Ky found and was reunited with his/her real family, but they were a bit hard to keep straight and see who the good guys were and who the bad guys were...and believe me some of them were REALLY bad guys. I also had trouble keeping Sawyer and Jackson straight. I loved this series and the characters previous to this one, so I gave this one 3.5 stars. It wasn't the three guys together or Ky's gender fluidity. It just didn't have the same appealed for me.
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952 reviews49 followers
June 11, 2021
Steamy hurt-comfort

As you can tell from the blurb, this book is MMM.
I say mostly because sometimes Kyler, who is genderfluid, presents as female, so those scenes are MMF.
There's action and adventure with the mob, and plenty of hurt-comfort. I enjoyed following along as the characters solidified their relationship.
It was a bit wordy in places, but the story is solid and the sex is hot.
You don't need to have read the previous books in the series to enjoy this one, but there is some crossover with characters so I would recommend doing so.
320 reviews6 followers
June 8, 2021
DNF 73%

I’m a fan of Luna so this is a hard review to write. I think she just put a lot of elements in this book that didn’t fit together for me.

Sawyer being randomly clairvoyant for just one scene in the book felt like a sad plot device. It didn’t make sense to put a supernatural spin in a series about a security company.

The whole over the top story line of Ky and his/her weirdly “family is everything” family. What the did to Ky made no sense and the plot was so complicated and drawn out it couldn’t live up to the long drawn out telling.

Ky’s male and female side didn’t work for me. I don’t feel like I understood, or wanted to understand his/her struggle. The character didn’t work for me.

I kept getting Sawyer and Jackson mixed up. Probably a personal problem but The name Jackson felt like it fit Sawyers character better and I constantly had to stop and remind myself which character was which.

I was over the book at 50% but I didn’t want to give up on one of my favorite authors. But in the end this book was a grind and I gave up. I’m not sure I’ll read another book in this series as they haven’t been my favorite. I hope the author goes back to writing Daddy Kink which I think was her best work. She’s got a kinky side and I’d like to see her write a book where he kink was the focus, I think that’d be an amazing book.
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2,393 reviews38 followers
June 9, 2021
Independent reviewer for Gay Romance Reviews, I was gifted my copy of this book.
This is book 4 in the Custos Securities series. It can, however, be totally read as a stand alone book to the other three. I KNOW I’ve read the other three books, I just didn’t write reviews. Book 1, Trusting Cade, got 4 stars, book 2, Protecting Braden, got 3 stars and book 3, Saving Sebastion got 5 stars.
This one?? 5 full and shiny stars!
This book, right? This absolutely dark and deadly book? This emotionally intense book?
It blew me away!
The prologue, set 2 years ago, grabs you, pulls you in and you can do nothing but hang on for the very bumpy, but amazing ride!
Jackson and Sawyer do appear in the previous books, but it’s been a while since I read them so I went into this blind, setting my mind to read as a single book, rather than book 4 in the series. I think that was the RIGHT thing for me to do. As the book went on, I began to recall bits from the other books about Jackson and Sawyer, so my questions were answered as I went along.
Ky, oh Ky! I wanted to wrap that man up in cotton wool, along with Jackson and Sawyer in a big bundle of love, I really did! Ky has been through a lot in his short life, and it’s not over yet! When Sawyer finds Ky, and brings him home to Jackson? Oh. I can’t even word it. It broke my heart, for all three of them, it really did!
*Deep breath! Review needs writing! *
Ky presents himself as genderfluid. I’ve read a couple of characters who are such, but I didn’t really *fully* understand how that worked. Ms David gets Ky across beautifully! But not just to me, to Sawyer and Jackson. And when they make love to Ky presented as female? They make sure that SHE knows how much she is loved. Ky loves to be praised by Sawyer, to be his very good boy, but she especially loves to be his very good GIRL too.
I don’t usually much care for *I love you* being bandied about early in a book, but I think for these three, it was right and proper. This was a love story a long time in the making, much of it spent apart from each other. Jackson and Sawyer had each other, but Ky had no one.
Sawyer’s dominance over Jackson and then Ky is powerful and, in the beginning, when it was just Jackson, I wasn’t sure Ky would be able to take Sawyer in full force, but he surprised me, he really did. But then Jackson surprised me too, with what he wanted with Ky.
They very quickly stepped into uncharted territory. Jackson and Sawyer had been together for 15 years. Ky just arrived back in their lives but he fit right in. He was the *something* they were both feeling was missing but hadn’t been able to voice to each other.
Who Ky’s family turn out to be and how that all plays out was surprising, and very well played out. The level of betrayal was deep, and I couldn’t see any way for it to end than the way it did.
Cade and Braden (books one and two) and Gideon and Sebastian (book 3) all play a part here. Lots of other guys and gals too. I don’t know who might be next, or even if there IS a next! I’d like to read it, if there is. Catching up with these guys would be fun, as it was catching up with the others here.
Some triggers, though. Child abuse, sexual and physical. Bereavement of a parent. It’s not an easy read, but it is a brilliant one. And I read it in one sitting!
5 full and shiny stars
**same worded review will appear elsewhere**
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1,774 reviews13 followers
June 6, 2021
I am so happy that we got a new story from the Custos Security series. I absolutely love Ky, Sawyer and Jackson. This book is action filled, suspenseful, sexy, and so sweet that I just fell in love since the first page. Luna David has pulled me into this story and I love it. This is such a beautiful story and this is my favorite story.
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923 reviews14 followers
September 3, 2022
Such a shame this last book of the series is so weak compared to the other parts. Ky was really an interesting character and so was the dynamic between him, Sawyer and Jackson, especially with Sawyers gift and that they seem to communicate wordlessly even without ASL. So really would have loved to get to know them a bit more. But actually I didn't get to learn that much more and there also didn't happen that much.
Extra remark: this was one the worst narration jobs I heard lately. It is not because you're interpreting ASL at times that every conversation needs to sound "chopped" and mechanical. It almost made my ears bleed.
June 10, 2021
Unfortunately, this one didn't work for me. Before I begin this review--which is not particularly positive--I just want to state that there was a lot to like about this book. The writing, for example, was polished, and the contents of the book delivered on what they promised enough that I think that most readers who know what they're getting into will enjoy it. Additionally, Luna David has written a couple of my favorite kinky books, so just because I'm saying negative stuff about this one doesn't by any means reflect my feelings about all of the author's work.
I had a difficult time getting through this book. I was...dare I say it?...bored. Quite frankly, the parts that I think I was supposed to find compelling--the drama, the subplot about the mafia--I found myself uninterested in. The kink in this book didn't engage me much, either, which is too bad because I was looking forward to it.
Now, the main character, Kyler, is genderfluid, which struck me as the most commendable aspect of the book and I thought that it was written well. I thought that Kyler was an interesting and sympathetic character, and I did like his dynamic with Sawyer and Jackson once they were reunited. Overall, Ky had a tough journey and faced very real issues. However, at a certain point the drama and stuff that Ky goes through becomes a bit much. In fact, even Ky comments on how elaborate and unbelievable it is--and I rolled my eyes because that's literally so true. And if Ky knows it then clearly the author knew it too and decided to keep the plot the way it was. This is disappointing, because the book would have been so much more respectful towards the serious issues in it if the author had just chosen to focus on those aspects rather than add ridiculous new plot points that trivialized everything. There was stuff thrown in that felt random, or not fully explained, or WAY too convenient--for example, Sawyer's psychic abilities and a mafia family that is more wholesome and LGBTQ+ friendly than 99% of the population.
Overall, I think that sometimes less is more, but this was a good effort. Just because I found it slow going and occasionally preposterous doesn't mean that other readers shouldn't give it a try.
**I received a copy of this book from Gay Romance Reviews and this is my honest review**
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480 reviews1 follower
June 9, 2021
3.5 ⭐️'ѕ

Oᗰᘜ @ the 𝘳𝘪𝘨𝘩𝘵 𝘰𝘧𝘧 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘣𝘢𝘵 𝗔𝗗𝗥𝗘𝗡𝗔𝗟𝗜𝗡𝗘 😳

I’m not sure if I’ve ever shed so many tears in just the first five chapters of a book before.

𝘛𝘩𝘦𝘳𝘦 𝘪𝘴 𝗔 𝗟𝗢𝗧 𝘪𝘯 𝘵𝘩𝘪𝘴 𝘣𝘰𝘰𝘬!! There are about 17 different plots to this {quite extensively long} story, but somehow Luna David manages to keep them from running roughshod all over each other.

IDK if Sawyer’s clairvoyance is mentioned before in this series, but I certainly hope it was. There just isn’t enough time, effort, or energy put in for it to be believable. And to touch on Kyler having similar “feelings” but then never elaborate … it almost felt like a flimsy plot device. I liked what it 𝘤𝘰𝘶𝘭𝘥 𝘩𝘢𝘷𝘦 𝘣𝘦𝘤𝘰𝘮𝘦, but not what it was.

Ok, so I totally get that Ky’s family missed him dreadfully and hated that they’d never met and/or got to be there for him as he grew up. But {even for "𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙁𝙖𝙢𝙞𝙡𝙮" style of family they are} …. seriously, they’re a bit too much. Complete fantasy. Now, of course I loved them; because don’t we 𝗔𝗟𝗟 wish we had a huge {filthy rich and insanely loyal}, loving, unequivocally accepting family. 🤍

I love how Luna wrote Kyler’s gender fluidity. In the beginning when he realizes he might actually finally have a chance to be 𝘣𝘰𝘵𝘩 𝘴𝘪𝘥𝘦𝘴 of himself …. the adrenaline and emotion were overwhelming in the best way.🤍

While I don’t like that/agree with Sawyer and his boys jumping into bed together quite so quickly, I will say that those scenes were ѕмσкιη’!!
225 reviews2 followers
June 1, 2021
A very long awaited sequel to the Custos Securities series. The writing is just as a great, the plot is unique and fun, with a dark mafia undertone, and the MMM relationship with a bit of kink thrown in is crazy hot. Throw in appearances by the MCs of the prior books and you sink right back into the CS world.

The character history is not overdone; there’s enough uniqueness to their development that it’s not just typical “grew up in foster care” history. The current day reunion of the characters is facilitated by something that doesn’t quite fit the rest of the story, but it works. The main storyline is catchy, with multiple crime families, murders, rebellion, betrayal, and intrigue.

Overall, the book progresses well and the way the author inserts the characters’ backstories is well done, as is the introduction of the kink dynamic in Sawyer’s and Jackson’s past and merging Ky into that world.

Ky’s genderfluidity is handled extremely well in the book; research and sensitivity readers were used very effectively!

Honestly, a wonderful read and a strong addition to the series.
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7 reviews
June 20, 2021

I want to start out by saying that I’m a big fan of Luna David and was really looking forward to this book but unfortunately it ended up being a huge miss.

For starters the plot line is everywhere, and there’s random tidbits that just don’t really make sense or add to the story that could have been left out. the entire book literally consists of Kyler retelling the events of his life over and over again and Sawyer and Jackson swearing to protect him.

I also really wanted to love Kyler but all I did was find him obnoxious he quite literally spends the ENTIRE book crying, like every single time he’s mentioned he’s crying, by the end of the book anytime something would happen I would immediately think to myself “let me guess he’s gonna cry?” Even during the NSFW scenes he was crying!

This book almost ended up becoming a DNF but I stuck it out till the end and now I’m kind of wishing I hadn’t. I definitely recommend picking up a few of the authors other reads instead of this one!
June 4, 2021
I really, really wanted to like this book, since I loved the first in the series and have been waiting for a new one. But 49% in and I’m giving up. I can’t remember when I’ve last read a book that’s so repetitive. I’m not sure if it’s poor betareading or just poor author writing, but having Ky apoligize multiple times, and Sawyer/Jackson as well - and then both of them saying an apology isn’t necessary...and then another apology. I’m sorry - I’ve lost count of all the apologies. Someone should have stopped that at some point - the story just gets repeated again and again.

The writing is off somehow as well. Jump in the story, details on some things, and then a jump to something else. It’s weird somehow.

And Bear, which we meet when Sawyer and Ky gets to the house, and then nothing about the dog until 47%. I mean, where is the dog during the story?

All in all there are just to many weird, repetitive things and way to many sorrys. I wont be finishing this one.
June 3, 2021
A great story! I was really excited about this book, I’m a huge fan of this series. The author did a great job balancing three different personalities: Ky, Sawyer and Jackon complete each other, in a way that it can’t hardly be described. I really loved how Luna took time exploring their lives as a trio, and how they dealt with everything. Fabulous book!
5,698 reviews34 followers
June 11, 2021
so i love custos series so much.... and i thought it was over.. i didnt even know there was another coming. it was amazing.. and wonderful and sexy and omg it was so much fun. i loved it
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2,912 reviews26 followers
March 2, 2023
Sawyer and Jackson have been a unit since they were young teenagers growing up together in the same foster home and when Kyler (a boy barely half their age) arrived heartbroken and scared, the young men took him under their wings, vowing to take care of him and protect him. Then an unimaginable nightmare tears their world apart, separating Sawyer and Jackson from Kyler but Sawyer and Jackson try to ensure Kyler is safe as he grows up without them. Kyler always thought running from his past was his only option, until his past catches up with him in the form of Sawyer and Jackson. Then the three of them find themselves embroiled in a family vendetta that spans decades, threatening to upend their world once again. Will Sawyer and Jackson finally be able to fulfil their promise to keep Kyler safe - while proving they accept and love him for who he is - or will the odds always be stacked against them?

I enjoyed this story with the hidden history of Kyler's parents, family connections and the danger that stalks him constantly. I loved the care that Sawyer and Jackson took to ensure that they respected Kyler's genderfluid nature and that they approached sex with him in each sex in the correct way. I loved their relationship and the way that Kyler's family and the Custos Securities family were supportive of all three of them. Definitely an emotional and heartwarming story with a wonderful HEA at the end. Easy to read, feel and understand. Contains MMM mature content including BSDM-like D/s relationships.

** Please note Kyler is genderfluid and so he or she is used indicating whether at that time he is male or female.
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158 reviews
December 9, 2022
DNF @ 64%

There were so many elements here that should have made this story a slam dunk for me- MMM, hurt/comfort, some kink, ect. However, I was already irritated at the author’s convoluted ways from books 1-3 and I think I was just really fed up by the time we got to this story.

I loved reading about a gender fluid character but the pronoun switching and the inconsistent personality traits of all the characters made it hard for me to relate to any of them and ultimately led me to not really care about continuing the story. For example, I’ve got my issues with Cade as a character but when did he become a “fade into the background” kind of guy?

I kept pushing through the story as far as I did simply because I was listening to this book rather than reading it and I was too lazy to look for something else to replace it. I just simply cannot go on any further though. But oh my god the worst thing of all was the voice actor. I loved him in the first three books I GENUINELY do not understand what happened with this book. It’s giving off cheesy parody romance enunciating every single word to get the point across - vibes. I couldn’t concentrate on the actual content of the story due to the amount of eye rolling that ensued.

So far I’ve read this series and one other book for Luna David and let’s just say that other book was deceptive in sucking me in thinking I’d found a new favorite author. I may consider exploring her books in the future if they tend to be more kink focused rather that suspense as I think that’s where she thrives.
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334 reviews1 follower
November 21, 2021
This is the only book in the series with magic, which makes it feel incongruous. Also, the only magical element is this one character with clairvoyance, which none of the other characters question, and was never raised in previous books. It's not even necessary to the plot! They could easily have found Kyler some other way.

Not a fan of Sawyer making Jackson apologize and feel guilty for thinking Sawyer was cheating on him. It's emotionally abusive. Jackson walked in on Sawyer sleeping curled around another man, clad only in his boxers and undershirt. It is completely rational for someone in those circumstances to think that their partner is cheating, regardless of how much they usually trust them, but the characters act like it was some huge betrayal.
And then there's this absolute gem about it:
"[Jackson] felt every volley, every drop of the viscous fluid fill him up, and he knew he was forgiven. He was sure Sawyer would have pulled out if he was withholding forgiveness. He knew his unfair snap judgement from the day before wouldn’t be spoken of again."

Bad writing and abuse being treated like love gives this a DNF 22% from me.
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2,311 reviews16 followers
June 13, 2021
Sawyer, Jackson, and Ky work together beautifully, and their relationship arc incorporates a heady blend of physical chemistry and emotional connection. I loved watching Sawyer and Jackson, an established couple with plenty of heat and love between them already, realize that their bonds are even stronger, and better, with Ky as part of the relationship. They’re both great characters, but hands-down my favorite person of this book, and this series, is Ky. Despite all Ky’s gone through, there’s a strength and resilience to him that’s inspiring. I also loved the care and clarity with which his genderfluidty is presented in the novel. There’s plenty of heat, plenty of peril, and lots of emotion and care in this book. It isn’t strictly necessary to have read previous books in the series, but I would recommend it (it’s no hardship, they’re really good) for a deeper background knowledge of some of the characters you’ll see in this one. Well worth a read.

*I received an ARC of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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280 reviews
April 7, 2023
Audio: 5 Stars

Story: So first issue......they have someone trying to kill them and they are shopping for lace underwear and makeup? Priorities much?!?! All of the sudden a different character has a "vision". A dream would have made more sense!!! I hoped this book would be better than the prior ones....but no. Maybe this author is not for me, because I can't understand how the book can have such a high rating. I like some of her collaborations, but her "alone" books have failed me. Same issues as previous books, repetitiveness, unnecessary filling, too much going on and completely implausible circumstances. The sexy times are mediocre and the characters flat. Ky can be described with one word....WHINE. There are also so many flashbacks, never ending internal dialogs  and recounts of stories that take FOREVER and have already been told! I had to skim some parts to prevent falling asleep. Happy Readings!
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966 reviews16 followers
June 10, 2021
I want to thank GRR for letting me discover this author. This is the first story I’ve read in this series and I am totally hooked on it. Now I have to go back and catch up.

This story is about three guys that are thrown together in a foster home and a bond is cemented. A number of occurrences cause them to separate. Ky has so many unknowns that as they come to light and when he is again reunited with Sawyer and Jackson these unknowns get addressed. I think the flow of this story is good. I liked the characters. I think the issues are presented in a way that kept me hoping things would work out for all three. I feel this author has a unique way of presenting characteristics that touch my heart. I feel the writing has so much to the story yet kept a good pace while keeping everything in a easy to read sequence. I can’t wait for what is next.
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195 reviews3 followers
June 7, 2021
Finding Ky is an amazing MMM romance with a teeny tiny bit paranormal, and some dark mafia tropes.

Kyler grew up in foster care, where he met the older boys Sawyer and Jackson. When a horrific tragedy separates them, Kyler grows up without them, while Sawyer and Jackson join the military.

15 years later, Sawyer finds Kyler again and takes him home with him and Jackson. But Kyler is running away from danger. Can Sawyer and Jackson keep him safe?

I loved this book. The characters are amazing, I loved especially Kyler, who is a strong, genderfluid character. The backstory to the characters is well build and something I have never read before.

Definitely a recommendation!

*I received this book as an ARC. I chose to leave an honest review.*
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Author 8 books44 followers
June 28, 2021
Sawyer and Jackson have been an integral part of the Custos Security team from the first book in this series, so I loved that they get to be the heroes of their own story and that we get to find out about their backstory first-hand. Finally finding a face from their past thrusts them into a certain amount of organized crime drama, but it intertwines with how they settle into their relationship with Ky wonderfully.

My only significant complaint about this book is that Sawyer's precognition gift feeds significantly into the "magical negro" trope that I'm not terribly fond of. While I appreciate David's attempt at diversity, I'm not sure going in that particular direction was terribly necessary.
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836 reviews4 followers
February 1, 2022
Loved it, worth the wait!

I was so happy to see this book was out. Jackson and Sawyer were everything to each other since they met in foster care but after Kyler was separated from them 10 years earlier they felt they were missing something and kept looking for
Kyler. Fnding Ky again after all those years takes adjusting to and they are all in but things are so simple and they will do whatever they can to protect Kyler. I really enjoyed this, their dynamic was amazing and the storyline was great. The way genderfluid Ky was presented and was done really well and seeing the acceptance from all sides was great. There’s a lot going on but it’s quick paced and thrilling. Loved it and always a pleasure to see Sebastian and Braden and their partners again!
398 reviews2 followers
June 16, 2021
Luna David did it again! This was another great installment in the Custo Security series. I loved Ky&Sawyer&Jackson. I don't usually read MMM but it was seamless and Ky was just adorable. I liked Sawyer and Jackson in previous books and had wanted to read more about them. I am not sure where Sawyer's precognitive abilities came from. Maybe I missed that in the previous books but that was I guess a plot mover maybe not necessary. Sawyer and Jackson's protectiveness of Ky was so sweet, and just what Ky needed after what he had been through. I definitely recommend this book!
I received this arc from GRR and this is my honest review
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355 reviews1 follower
June 19, 2021
Ky, Jackson and Sawyer

The things I liked about this book. I liked Ky's character. I liked his gender fluidity. I understood how he hadn't been experienced with men because of his past. I thought the backstory of the three foster kids who had a history together was good.

I did have issues with Ky's relationship with the mob. Why did they wait until his mother passed before trying to kill him? It doesn't make sense to me. And why didn't they take Roberto out in the beginning??? It's a mob family.

I enjoyed the interactions between the three main characters but I felt the story could be just as good without all the different ideas thrown in.

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614 reviews2 followers
June 7, 2021
I was very excited that there was another book in the Custos series. Jackson and Sawyer intrigued me in past books and I’m glad that they finally got their story. I admit that the first few chapters were a bit rough, I felt like maybe I was missing some information but it was all brought up later on. Kyler was a fascinating character. I loved all the interactions between the three and seeing them all come together as a couple. Kyler’s family is also intriguing…I’m wondering if there will be a spin off or something with them in the future. I highly recommend this story
1,662 reviews3 followers
June 10, 2021
Ky, Sawyer, and Jackson's characters, were just as mystifying to the senses as they were perfectly written for one another.

All three grew up in foster care. A tragedy separates them. After more than a decade apart, Sawyer manages to find Ky and reunites him with he and Jackson. Unfortunately Ky's situation may endanger them all.

A book that was definitely worth the wait. I haven't had the opportunity to read many of Luna's books. Finding Ky, captured my attention and am pleased to have taken the chance.

Another MMM story I can highly recommend.

**I received this ARC via Gay Romance Reviews for my honest feedback.**
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1,613 reviews3 followers
June 16, 2021
This book was intense. It’s also depicts sexual assault on a child so it’s not for the faint of heart.

Sawyer and Jackson have been looking for Kyler for a few years. Their connection as children has never stopped. So when Sawyer sees where Kyler is in a vision he’s there in a instant. Once they are back together their in no turning back. And nothing will come between Sawyer and his men. This book definitely has a lot to it so don’t blink because you might miss something. It a beautiful love story and an amazing happy ending.
341 reviews
June 19, 2021

Book was ok for me. If you’ve read previous books then you would’ve gotten an introduction to the characters sawyer and Jackson.
You meet kyler who’s this beautiful boy who is sometimes a girl. Kyler has been on the run for as long as he/she’s known. Tragedy always strikes her. Kyler grew up with Jackson and sawyer in foster care but lost track of him/her as time went on.
I love the book and the concept of kyler but I just wished they had gone more into the dynamics of the relationship of the 3. Overall it was just ok for me
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3,487 reviews5 followers
June 20, 2021
This was soooo worth the wait. I have been wanting Sawyer and Jackson’s story. I was intrigued by Sawyer’s gift and wanted to know more about their past. Sweet Ky. My heart broke for him. And then I’ll o find out about his family and all of that drama on top of what he had been through as a child just about did me in. Because of their past the progression of their relationship and roles made perfect sense to me. How the author wrote Ky being gender fluid was one of the best I’ve ever read. Man I love this series and this one is my favorite in it.
428 reviews8 followers
July 9, 2021
Blown Away

These books just keep getting better with each one. I always worry with series that the stories will be the same but with different characters. This is not the case. Even though the characters cross each other's books, their stories are completely unique . Luna has done a great job making this series suspenseful, action packed, steamy, and even humorous. I highly recommend this series and can't wait for the next book.
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