This is also a book where I just loved all the MC's from when I met them, they are all special and unique in their own way. Now Cade, he is a bit of a conundrum, who it takes a while to fully understand, mainly due to the fact that he will say very little about himself, and only seems to reveal snippets of his life, but as you learn more about him, you do understand why.
Now Tegan and Vic, I really love these too, and they are definitely made for each other, but neither of them seem to want to take the final step into this, well not without Cade anyway. When they meet Cade during fantasy week, in which Cade has requested a certain fantasy which Vic and Tegan are planning to fulfil. However, it soon becomes apparent that Cade is not enjoying his scene at all, and both Tegan and Vic stop the scene, much to Cades obvious distress.
Tegan and Vic are both drawn towards Cade, there is just something about him that seems to push all the right buttons for them both, and Cade seems to be feeling the same. The protective side of both Vic and Tegan also now shows, with Cade reaping the benefits, but Cade sometimes doesn't know what to do with this side of the men. It also soon becomes obvious that Cade has secrets, but then also so do Vic and Cade, and it soon becomes obvious that there could more at stake than anyone realises.
This book kept me hooked from the first page, the way the story was written. There are quite a few surprises and twists and turns that you just will not be expecting. I will be looking out for the next book in the series, and I am hoping that this book will be as gripping as this one was.