Title: Beat of Their Own Drum
Series: Replay: Book Three
Author: KM Neuhold
Publisher: Amazon/Kindle Unlimited
Length: 359 Pages
At a Glance: I think that fans of m/m/m are going to enjoy this story a lot, so I’ll highly recommended it to them. As for the rest of you, this is a good story to try this trope for the first time.
Reviewed By: Ky
Blurb: Bennett’s firm hand is everything I need…except maybe Archer’s gentle touch.
I’m in a downward spiral…see what I did there? When the band manager, Archer, hires Bennett to keep me from screwing up while the band is on hiatus, I may have finally met someone who won’t take my attitude lying down. With the three of us cooped up together for weeks on end, I have a feeling things might get interesting.
Downward Spiral is my baby. But it’s obvious I haven’t done a great job because they’re falling apart. There’s only one man I can think of who might be able to get Jude back on the right track, Bennett. Unfortunately, he’s also the man I let get away sixteen years ago and haven’t gotten over since.
Control is kind of my thing. Which is probably why I’m the best in the business when it comes to getting out of control celebrities back on track. When my ex calls and tells me he’s desperate for my help, I can’t turn him down. Between the infuriatingly sexy drummer with no idea what kind of trouble he’s asking for, and my ex looking better than ever, there’s no way this isn’t about to get messy.
*This is an MMM romance with mild D/s play and mild daddy kink (NO age play)
Review: I have mixed feelings about this book. The dynamic between the three main characters was portrayed very nicely, and all of them felt like equals in the relationship. No one was more important than the other and between each pair, there was a unique relationship developing.
Bennett and Archer had their past and a relationship that, despite the love there was between them, they weren’t able to make work because there was a piece missing. The love is still there, even after sixteen years, but this time they also found their missing piece. Jude is what completes them, what makes them work perfectly together, what connects them and completes their relationship.
I was anxious while they were in the process of getting together, because I wasn’t sure if one of them would seem like he was lesser than the other two, or if their relationship would mainly center around one of them, with the other two giving him all the attention and not interacting to the same degree with each other. I wanted to read about a relationship where everyone was as important as the other. I’m glad that it turned out that’s what happened here, but, and this is entirely on me, I was super anxious until we got there, and that took something away from the story.
This third book gives us scenes that also happened in previous books, but from different perspectives. It also gives us a tease about Benji’s story and how his vacation worked out.
I think that fans of m/m/m are going to enjoy this story a lot, so I’ll highly recommended it to them. As for the rest of you, this is a good story to try this trope for the first time. Whichever group you belong to, just know that there is also kink in this book, and it plays a very big part in the relationship, so maybe read the warnings at the end of the blurb before you pick it up.
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