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  • The story of Henry, Alice and Jay continues...

    This second book in the series, and indeed, all the books in the series, is not standalone - we start shortly where Playing the Game, first in the Neighborly Affection series left off. Jay is injured, which is the catalyst for Alice to begin to come to terms with what she wants from their relationship. Jay, all drugged up from painkillers, makes a reference to Henry giving her socks as a metaphor for her having a welcome place in their triad, and I realized that it's a reference to the sock that set Dobby free in Harry Potter, only in this case, if Alice accepts the socks, it's love that will set her free. I love Jay's exuberance, and it's his optimism and impatience which finally pushes Alice and Henry to talk about how their relationship will evolve. Things come to a head after Jay is confronted with his past tormentor at the club, Alice realizes she's in love with her boys and confesses her feelings to Henry, and Henry shows his vulnerability. This ends with the promise of Alice moving in the next day with Jay's help, and it'll be in book 3 that we'll see the continuation of their HEA and their relationship develop further.

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