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  1. says:

    I was asked to review this book but did not understand that there were two books prior to this one so I will admit it left me confused as to the characters and the story line when I began With that said I must urge you to read the first two books prior to this one so you can get a full understanding of the characters and their story I did go back and read the reviews and synopsis for the beginning of their stories and it appears that the authors gave the readers characters that the readers cared about and a story that had sucked them in so please keep this in mind as I write this review For me I wasn’t able to connect to the characters from just this book We have Zack and Steve who have adopted Sunni Steve’s little sister Their mother was in prison but recently released and making contact with Sunni behind Steve’s back So we had the family dynamics of the biological mother coming back into the picture and how they had to handle that Steve and Sunni’s mother refuses to show Zack the respect he deserves so this has become another issue that the couple will have to address in this story Things get really ugly towards the end of the book but their love for Sunni was never in doubt they were all a protective force for her and I did enjoy seeing that It was clear that Zack and Steve are into BDSM play I really wasn’t able to tell who was dominant and who was submissive for most of the time because it seemed they were really working on a balance with control They had a great relationship going the sex was there constantlyWe also got to see of Drew Alex and Shane It was clear from page one that the proposal didn’t end how Drew expected but soon Alex was able to explain his feelings and they were able to carry on and become engaged Now they needed to figure out what they were going to do with Shane Once again I am not well informed about the background story but it appears that Shane is a natural born submissive and relishes the role of being taken care of and treated kindly Alex and Drew are both dominants and I am not sure they would work out well without Shane to balance that constant tug of war Drew and Alex are raising Kian and Laney All live in a condo together and have created a family that four men are jointly raising the children together We get to see the hostility of people towards gay couples and the struggle of wanting to be affectionate to Shane outside the privacy of their own space Social acceptance was addressed many times in this book I sincerely believe if you start at the beginning of the series you will get out of Greenlighting Unfortunately for me I wasn’t given the time or books to do that so I don’t want you to judge this series on my one review I believe that for the right readers these characters can be addictive the story lines could be attractive and the desire to know could be there The writing style was good and the flow of the story constant it did have a soap opera feel to it but as with most things coming into the middle of a story and trying to catch up was difficult for me but it was enough to make me consider buying the first two books and join in on the experience Reviewed by Tbird for Crystal’s Many ReviewersCopy provided for honest review


  2. says:

    I always enjoy Zac Steve Drew Shane and Alex There are a lot of things that are happy in this read and a wedding is one of them Alex and Drew's wedding was beautiful and the triad with Shane was interesting There are issues with Steve's mom out of jail and family trying to understand Drew's marriage dynamic involving Shane Other things happen and the last three chapters are intense Love that there is to come with this family There is a lot dialog with Ki and Sunni There are some things that you just don't expect and catch you off guard Always love reading this series The story is written well and always leaves you wanting What's not to loveI received this ARC from the author via Net Galley for my honest review Thanks Net Galley


  3. says:

    I had always enjoyed reading about Zack and Steve but with this book I have lost the love There seemed to be far too many people reacting in strange ways that were never explained The rest of the story also seemed very disjointed Another problem for me is that Zack who was my main reason for loving the earlier books is no longer the man I adored He has lost too much of his vulnerability and I miss that I like my subs to be subs and my Doms to be Doms I don't mind a little bit of switching but these two have gone too far for me


  4. says:

    NetGalley GiveawayThis was the first book in the series that I've read Piece of advice? read them in order so you won't be totally lost like I was for awhile The book itself had a childish feel to it even though its a MM erotic romance I thought the story could of had depth Overall a 3 star rating


  5. says:

    I reread the whole series not long ago when I found this one was out and all I can say is wow it's good can't wait till the next one


  6. says:

    I loved this series the characters Zack ans Steve are my favorites I look forward to the next book


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Ly they learn that not everyone accepts their poly lifestyle The family must put aside their differences to work together on the much bigger problem with Crystal and her influence on Sunni’s attitude and behavior Will they regret Greelighting the decisions that affect everyone’s lives permanently? I had always enjoyed reading about Zack and Steve but with this book I have lost the love There seemed to be far too many people reacting in strange ways that were never explained The rest of the story also seemed very disjointed Another problem for me is that Zack who was my main reason for loving the earlier books is no longer the man I adored He has lost too much of his vulnerability and I miss that I like my subs to be subs and my Doms to be Doms I don't mind a little bit of switching but these two have gone too far for me Historic Hahns Peak regret Greelighting the decisions that affect everyone’s lives permanently? I had always enjoyed Cupcakes, Lies, and Dead Guys (Annie Graceland Mystery reading about Zack and Steve but with this book I have lost the love There seemed to be far too many people Zombie CSU reacting in strange ways that were never explained The Conquerors rest of the story also seemed very disjointed Another problem for me is that Zack who was my main The Legacy Chronicles: Chasing Ghosts reason for loving the earlier books is no longer the man I adored He has lost too much of his vulnerability and I miss that I like my subs to be subs and my Doms to be Doms I don't mind a little bit of switching but these two have gone too far for me

summary Greenlighting Directors Cut #3

Greenlighting Directors Cut #3

Amidst the turmoil of Alex Greenlighting Drew’s marriage proposal from the end of Double Exposure Crystal Sunni’s mother injects chaos into the lives of the family upon her release on parole With Sunni desperate to have her mother back in her life Zack and Steve consent to letting Crystal have sup I was asked to review this book but did not understand that there were two books prior to this one so I will admit it left me confused as to the characters and the story line when I began With that said I must urge you to read the first two books prior to this one so you can get a full understanding of the characters and their story I did go back and read the reviews and synopsis for the beginning of their stories and it appears that the authors gave the readers characters that the readers cared about and a story that had sucked them in so please keep this in mind as I write this review For me I wasn’t able to connect to the characters from just this book We have Zack and Steve who have adopted Sunni Steve’s little sister Their mother was in prison but recently released and making contact with Sunni behind Steve’s back So we had the family dynamics of the biological mother coming back into the picture and how they had to handle that Steve and Sunni’s mother refuses to show Zack the respect he deserves so this has become another issue that the couple will have to address in this story Things get really ugly towards the end of the book but their love for Sunni was never in doubt they were all a protective force for her and I did enjoy seeing that It was clear that Zack and Steve are into BDSM play I really wasn’t able to tell who was dominant and who was submissive for most of the time because it seemed they were really working on a balance with control They had a great relationship going the sex was there constantlyWe also got to see of Drew Alex and Shane It was clear from page one that the proposal didn’t end how Drew expected but soon Alex was able to explain his feelings and they were able to carry on and become engaged Now they needed to figure out what they were going to do with Shane Once again I am not well informed about the background story but it appears that Shane is a natural born submissive and relishes the role of being taken care of and treated kindly Alex and Drew are both dominants and I am not sure they would work out well without Shane to balance that constant tug of war Drew and Alex are raising Kian and Laney All live in a condo together and have created a family that four men are jointly raising the children together We get to see the hostility of people towards gay couples and the struggle of wanting to be affectionate to Shane outside the privacy of their own space Social acceptance was addressed many times in this book I sincerely believe if you start at the beginning of the series you will get out of Greenlighting Unfortunately for me I wasn’t given the time or books to do that so I don’t want you to judge this series on my one review I believe that for the right readers these characters can be addictive the story lines could be attractive and the desire to know could be there The writing style was good and the flow of the story constant it did have a soap opera feel to it but as with most things coming into the middle of a story and trying to catch up was difficult for me but it was enough to make me consider buying the first two books and join in on the experience Reviewed by Tbird for Crystal’s Many ReviewersCopy provided for honest review Wired for Culture release on parole With Sunni desperate to have her mother back in her life Zack and Steve consent to letting Crystal have sup I was asked to Archangels War (Guild Hunter, review this book but did not understand that there were two books prior to this one so I will admit it left me confused as to the characters and the story line when I began With that said I must urge you to Breed of Innocence (The Breed Chronicles read the first two books prior 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read & download ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ß Liz Borino

Ervised visitations However prison has made Crystal even manipulative and Steve and Zack are left wondering if they made the right decisionWhile planning their wedding Drew and Alex must come to terms with their relationship to one another and Shane When they explain their triad’s love to their fami I always enjoy Zac Steve Drew Shane and Alex There are a lot of things that are happy in this read and a wedding is one of them Alex and Drew's wedding was beautiful and the triad with Shane was interesting There are issues with Steve's mom out of jail and family trying to understand Drew's marriage dynamic involving Shane Other things happen and the last three chapters are intense Love that there is to come with this family There is a lot dialog with Ki and Sunni There are some things that you just don't expect and catch you off guard Always love reading this series The story is written well and always leaves you wanting What's not to loveI received this ARC from the author via Net Galley for my honest review Thanks Net Galley