My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Love comes in many forms. Sometimes it’s familiar to you but other times it’s completely different. But just because it’s different does it make it any less valid, any less real? That’s the same argument a straight religious person might use against seeing a same sex couple together. And that makes me angry. Is a ‘throuple’ different? Maybe for some, yes. But that doesn’t make it any less of a relationship that one with two people in it. Parents who have three, four and more children don’t lose their capacity to love when they add more kids. The heart can be boundless with its love if you let it. This story was the perfect example of that. And as a close friend to three men who’ve been together for twenty years, I can tell you that this story is not fantasy or unbelievable. It’s very real, believable and perfect – just like Everett, Nash and Gage are.