You won't be able to help loving Cody from the minute you meet him. As you read through the story, you also learn about the abuse that started at such a young age - I will say that this book has a trigger warning before you start the book, about references to rape, sexual exploitation of a child, drug use and suicide.
Now Issac is another that you will love! He actually has loved Cody, but due to the issues Cody has, he doesn't act on these feelings - deciding he would rather have his friendship than not have him in his life at all.
Now Jonah is the eldest of them, and to begin with he seems like he is the ideal person for Cody and Issac - then things change when he continues to listen to the little voice in his head, the one that tells him that he is just there until Cody and Issac are sure of each other, and then they will be dumping him.
You go through their journey with them, and here they do actually communicate with each other, and agree to try a relationship between the three of them, and slowly but surely they seem to be growing closer to each other - but still Jonah has the nagging feeling that he is just an extra until Cody and Issac grow tired of him, but he doesn't let on how he is feeling.
Is there any way of Cody and Issac making Jonah see that he is wrong? Will Jonah even give them a chance to prove their love??
I really did enjoy this book, and I am actually looking forward to the next book in the series too.