Simply put I liked it. The plot was okay (passable) and the characters were likable (Raf and Trey intereactions were good). In a market with an obscene number of menage or polyamorous relationships, this book was better than some and not as good as others. I always appreciate when the men have a relationship with each other, as well as with the woman. Doesn't have to be physical, like in this book, but a believable partnership for a three-way to work longterm. On a side note...are these type of relationships more common than I think? There really are a shitload of menage books out there that end in longterm relationships, most of which are hardly believable. Just thinking out loud!