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The Broken Triangle (English Edition) par [Davitt, Jane, Snow, Alexa]
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Genre: LGBT, Contemporary
Previous Book: The Square Peg

Vin's a hot Goth, tattooed and pierced and the most popular bartender at the Square Peg. Want to date him or buy him a drink? Sorry. Vin's body is a temple and he's barely been kissed. His heart belongs to Riley, the guy he crushed on in high school and can't forget.

How about Vin's BFF Patrick? He'd let you buy him a drink and have your wicked way with him in the men's room (shh, don't tell Shane or Ben, the bar owners!) Okay, maybe Vin needs to loosen up and Patrick needs to calm down, but they're set in their ways.

Enter Riley, looking for Vin, and suddenly everything changes. Vin's handed a happy ending on a plate and Patrick's free and easy lifestyle loses its glitter as he sees what Vin has.

But does Vin really have his dream guy or does he just have Riley? Maybe they're not the same thing, after all.

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HASH(0x97945480) étoiles sur 5 So the curse of the sequel arises again. 24 février 2014
Par HKS - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
I loved and i mean absolutely love the first book of this series ' The Square Peg' . I loved the character Vincent but i didn't like the character Patrick in the first book. Patrick came off flighty and he seemed to be an intelligent lightweight.

Vincent fell for someone back in high school and he never truly got over him. To be honest , when reading the book i didn't understand why he fell for the dude. ( Why he believed he fell for him) For Riley. Riley was a tool. Not a useful one. A dull one. He treats Vin like crap. Like complete crap. To him it's about sex not about love, which it is for Vin. But then there's Patrick. Patrick the ever devoted friend. Sure he's a bit promiscuous but then again most young people with active sex lives can be. It is what it is. Yet , Patrick starts to grow up and realize what he wants. Most specifically whom he wants, which is Vincent. Instead of coming out and telling Vin his real feelings he decides to be " a friend" and support his relationship with Riley. Even though it's twisted one.

I tried so very hard to like this book. Partly , i did. Reason being because i love Vincent. Even if he is completely wrong with his affections in the majority of this book. The book focuses on Vincent's relationship (facade) with Riley for about 83% of the book. Then Vincent find his balls and decides to really focus on what he's doing with his life. It was sweet near the end but i couldn't get into the majority of the story because of f*** face Riley.

We were treated to a few scenes with Benedict and Shane and it's f****ing beautiful. I want another story in this series. There are more characters in the bar that i'm personally fascinated with and i'd like to read their stories.
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HASH(0x97945c6c) étoiles sur 5 Good follow up to The Square Peg. 30 juillet 2013
Par Debra E - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This was very different in tone and content from the first book The Square Peg. Right up front it is not BDSM and despite the title and cover no M/M/M relationship.

The Broken Triangle picks up where The Square Peg left off. The man Vin has pined after for the past 5 years shows up at Vin's bar seemingly out of nowhere. Although the two never had more than a passing acquaintance in High School, Vin has always considered Riley the only man for him. He even had Riley's initials worked into a tattoo and has chosen not to date and remain celibate. Now Vin is seemingly living out his dream with Riley.

Vin's best friend and co-worker Patrick, who is the complete opposite of celibate, wants his friend to be happy, but sees trouble with what Vin wants to be a HEA. Not only that, he has realized that his love for Vin goes beyond just friends. While he will support anything to make Vin happy, and will not undermine the relationship, he can't help but hope Vin will wake from his dream and open his eyes to what is right in front of him.

The book switches POV's between the serene Vin, and all over the place Patrick (who is not so much the man he puts out for all the world to see). We also get a bit of Shane and Ben but this is really Vin and Patrick's story. I enjoyed the route the authors took, and the characters they created. It can be read as a standalone, but as there are references to prior events that have a bearing on this story, it has more meaning if read after The Square Peg.
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HASH(0x9757fee8) étoiles sur 5 Not as good as the first! 6 août 2013
Par Debbie Smith - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This sequel not as good as the first book. No real angst created more frustration than anything else. It seemed unrealistic that someone would decide to be celibate and remain a virgin based on a flimsy connection with a friend they had back in high school. If Vin had had a relationship with Riley in high school one could still understand him holding on to the past the way he did but they had no personal relationship other than Riley standing up for him a few times. The authors built up his obsession with Riley and when they finally meet it was an anti-climax. I think genuine angst would have been created if Riley had turned out to be a nicer person and the connection between Riley and Vin developed along with his relationship with Patrick. I would have been torn between the 3 main characters as I would have wanted all of them to have their HEA. Patrick is what kept this story together.
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HASH(0x9755e570) étoiles sur 5 Sweet and hot 23 août 2013
Par cherryt3 - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I loved this. I was so excited for Vin's story after reading Square Peg. Vin is a great character. I hated Hated with -yes- a capital H, I don't know if I was supposed to or not, but I did. Patrick is great-tons of fun, but something real under all that fluff and of course it was good to see him again as he was also in Square Peg. We even got a little voyeuristic snapshot of our guys from the first one, which I loved! This is a must read whether you read the first one or not, but it will mean a lot more to you if you read the first one. Definitely recommend.
HASH(0x97583b58) étoiles sur 5 Book Review by JosieGoodreads 6 septembre 2015
Par PrismBookAlliance - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
3.5 of 5 Stars

For original review, see the Prism Book Alliance® blog online.

The Broken Triangle, book two in The Square Peg series, is a solid read and recommended for anyone who loves friends to lovers, and true love beating the odds.

Vin and Patrick are friends, both bartenders who work the same shifts at the Square Peg, a gay bar. Vin is celibate, waiting for the right man to come along, and it doesn’t help that’s he’s still in love with Riley, a guy he crushed on and can’t forget from high school. Patrick is free and easy, in every way that counts, one night stands, sex in the bar toilets, nothing Patrick won’t do, and often. Both men are complete opposites but they are perfect together as friends.

Then Riley comes looking for Vin, it turns out Vin wasn’t the only one crushing on at High School, Riley was also crushing over Vin, and now he’s been brave enough to come out as gay he’s come looking for Vin.

This is a very hard book to review without giving away spoilers but I’ll do my best, although I do think it’s quite obvious from the blurb the way this story is meant to play out.

I imagined that The Broken Triangle was supposed to be about Vin and Riley, but for me it’s far more about Patrick. I loved Patrick, he was slutty and outrageous, but also sincere and kind, he wanted to be loved, to be needed, and my heart ached for him. His loyalty to Vin was absolute and I could see how good they would be together, how they would complement each other. Both men are constantly looking out for each other, although for Vin it takes a while for him to realize exactly why he always seems to put Patrick first. Shane and Ben are the two secondary characters that spill over from The Square Peg, they own the bar and at the beginning Shane seems to have it in for Patrick, which made me ache for Patrick even more, but they turn out to be good guys after all when they are both there for Patrick when he needs them.

Vin was sweet, quite naïve and far too focused on the happy ever after he wanted with Riley than actually looking closely at the relationship he was building, and I didn’t like Riley, I can’t even explain why, just that he came across as quite shallow, I was worried he wouldn’t treat Vin right, and once the reality of their different backgrounds started to cause problems he behaved exactly as I expected him to.

I normally adore Jane Davitt and Alexa Snow’s books from the first page, but I’ll admit I struggled initially with this book, probably because I took an instant dislike to Riley, but once I got past the half way mark I started to like it, at that point it became almost impossible to put down as I so wanted to see how it finished. Overall this is a good book; it’s the age of story of friends to lovers but with a twist.

The Broken Triangle is a long book, at just under 100,000 words and although it is a follow on to The Square Peg; it can easily be read as a standalone as anything that is referenced to The Square Peg is fully explained. I also think it’s prudent to mention that The Square Peg is a BDSM story and The Broken Triangle isn’t, it also doesn’t involve a threesome or cheating in any way, by anyone.

This review was originally posted on which is no longer online.
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