Review: The Triangle by J.A. Huss and Johnathan McClain

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☆☆➹⁀☆ 5 stars ☆➹⁀☆☆

 

What It’s About:

They’re sworn enemies and I’m in the middle.
Both of them claimed me. Had me. Used me. Forgot me.
Except… I don’t remember any of it. I don’t even know who I am or why I’m

in this cramped basement apartment with tinfoil covering the tiny windows when my bank account says I have over two million dollars.
I don’t know how I got the stitches on the back of my head, or the scar under my chin, or the ache in my shoulder—but I do know I probably deserved it.
I don’t know why there’s a shotgun in the closet, a sniper rifle under the floorboards, and a pistol under my pillow.
I don’t know why I stay.
I don’t know why I care.
I don’t know why I’m trying to put something back together when it was never whole to begin with.
Until I look at them.
Until they look at me.
Until I touch them.
Until they touch me.
And even though the memories don’t come back.
I know.
I know why I stay.

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My Thoughts:

Three line segments are individually finite, but together they are a balanced, connected unit known as a triangle.  The Triangle is the start of the latest romantic suspense series from authors JA Huss and Johnathan McClain.  It’s hard to say much more than “wow, this story took my breath away”!

It is hard to imagine that a smuggler, an assassin, and a thief could be lovable characters that make you long for their happy ending, however, Huss and McClain have imbued their characters with loyalty and family that sort of balance their occasional lack of morals and hedonistic ways.

From start to finish, The Triangle is a wild rush of action.  This fast-paced story is told in multiple time lines and in three points of view.  Using multiple narrators not only gives the readers insight into each of the main characters, but also allows for some question of motives and allegiance. Christine, Alec and Danny each question how his past decisions created the situation they find themselves in.  Between lost memories, tangled histories and omissions of truth, The Triangle is a whirlwind that left my heart pounding like I was in the middle of a war zone.

Whether it is the main characters or secondary characters like Lars and Solomon, the authors make it clear that everyone just wants to feel loved, appreciated, and to be apart of something.  That message centers the shifting dynamics between the characters, and leaves readers with dread and hope at the story’s cliffhanger conclusion.

 

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About the authors: Two accomplished writers come together to create unforgettable sexy romance. JA Huss is the New York Times bestselling author of 321 and has been on the USA Today bestsellers list eighteen times. Johnathan McClain is a veteran actor and writer whose work, either performed or written, is probably airing on at least one of the channels on your television right now. You can contact them on their website www.hussmcclain.com.

 

 

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