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  • Beautifully Written, Poignant, and Endearing!!!

    I found this book to be positively endearing. Having previously read the Neighborly Affection series, I had already long ago fallen in love with the character of Jay. Of my long list of book boyfriends, Jay easily commands the top spot. Jay is the embodiment of goodness, purity, and love all wrapped up in a super sexy submissive package. The man is all heart. This glimpse into the inner workings of Jay’s mind only serves to underscore that fact. The reader can’t help but be completely drawn in by his vulnerability and openness. You just want to throw your arms around him and never let go. It is impossible to read this without it hitting you squarely in the feels. Like, ALL the feels. Jay, Henry, and Alice form the trio at the heart of the Neighborly Affection series, and their relationship—artfully chronicled through Jay’s eyes in this book—beautifully demonstrates the transformative power of love without boundaries. M.Q. Barber delivers superb writing and characters you can’t help but welcome into your heart. I honestly could not recommend this book more highly. Read this book. Read the Neighborly Affection series. You will not be disappointed, and you just might get a new book boyfriend out of the deal… but you’ll definitely have to share Jay with me. * I was given an ARC of this book and voluntarily chose to review. All of my opinions are honest and entirely my own.

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  • Amazing!

    Tuesdays with Jay and Other Stories: A Neighborly Affection Companion is book 2.5 in the series. It is a full length read and gives us Jays perspective on the events that happen in previous books in the series. I am absolutely obsessed with this series and was not disappointed with this new addition! I have always loved Jay's character but I love him even more now after getting a glimpse into his mind. The author allows us to see his vulnerability, fears, and hopes. It was great to see a different perspective. We were also able to get a glimpse into Henry's mind and were able to better understand his actions and motivations. Overall, I have come to love all of the characters even more than I did before, and I did not believe that was possible! I recommend reading this in sequence with the other books to better understand the events that are being referenced. MQ Barber did fabulously with this book and I cant wait to see what she comes out with next! *** I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.***

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  • The perfect companion read for the series

    *** I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.*** This is a collection of short stories originally shared by M.Q. Barber with her newsletter subscribers that gives us Jay's POV and the rare glimpse of Henry's POV over the course of the first 2 books in her Neighborly Affection series which are told exclusively in Alice's POV. This series is not standalone and should be read in sequence to understand how these characters develop and grow into their triad. Having said that, chapters 1-21 puts book 1 in context while chapters 22-24 bridge the gap in the action that we dive right into with the start of book 2 that's covered by chapters 25-40; chapter 41 leaps ahead 7 years (perhaps my favorite); and chapter 42 is set a few months after the end of Book 5. I subscribed to Barber's newsletter so this content wasn't new to me and while it's not absolutely necessary to read this in tandem with the series, I do recommend it, because we generally only get Alice's perspective in this series (with the exception of book 4, which is really the prequel in which Jay and Henry first meet and get together). Each chapter includes a cue to let you know where in the series each chapter here fits chronologically. Alice is an atypical heroine in that she is ruled by rational, analytical logic, so her understanding of Henry and Jay's motivations are ruled by that. While their relationship is sexual relatively quickly, the emotional side is a slowburn because it isn't until the end of book 2 that she admits to herself and Henry that she is in love with them, which is what I love about Tuesdays with Jay. We see how eager and impatient Jay is to bring Alice in, and how Henry understands her and is willing to wait for her to come to the realization herself because that's what she'll need to stay and invest. There's a lovely lunch that Jay has with Emma, one of Henry's oldest friends, which provides us with a sense of who Henry was as a young man because while he is the dominant who directs Alice and Jay in scenes, we only really know him through how others perceive him, and they're not always the most reliable narrators, so any peek into Henry's past is a welcome one. If you enjoyed the Neighborly Affection series, this companion will make your reading experience a richer, more colourful one.

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  • I've missed this trio!

    Ah, but how I loved revisiting these Tuesday quickies with Jay, Henry, and Alice! And yes, I read Tuesdays with Jay and Other Stories in a Tuesday because reading it on any other day would have felt wrong. Originally published through M.Q. Barber's newsletter, the author has gathered together these snippets of Jay's Tuesdays to make for the perfect accompaniment to her Neighborly Affection series, which remains one of my personal favorites. Re-reading the collection had me smiling while reminiscing on the journey the this throuple (a word I hadn't even known back when I'd originally read the series a few years ago) went through. Having Jay's voice heard and shared allows fans and readers of the series to have a more complete picture of this trio's love story. It goes without saying that this book must be read after the first two Neighborly Affection novels. Tuesdays with Jay and Other Stories is a must-read for anyone and everyone who has fallen in love with this series and this throuple. Five stars. 🖤

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  • Tuesdays with Jay, 5+ Stars

    Tuesdays with Jay and Other Stories: A Neighborly Affection Companion by M.Q. Barber is a full length read and book 2.5 in this series. The highly anticipated Tuesdays with Jay was previously published in the author's newsletters, and is now re-edited, available in this wonderful companion. In Tuesdays with Jay the story of Henry, Alice and Jay is told in Jay's POV. There are glimpses in Henry's gorgeous mind, his thoughts, his fears and his love for the two. In the original books, he's a formal character, a man a bit set in his ways. In TwJ he shows his vulnerable side and I loved his character even more. And Alice, don't get me started with Alice, her growing in her own skin, her accepting the love she deserves and secretly craves. I love, love, love how her character developed. On the other side is Jay , the playful jokester, the man who's already through a lot and has the scars to prove it. He's content in their relationship and longs for Alice's love just like for Henry's . I started reading and was intrigued from the start. I read the full length book, cover to cover, in one sitting. I mean who needs sleep. I loved meeting the three, I loved the author's beautiful words, I loved the excellent writing and most of all I loved chapter 41 - sorry not sorry, no spoileres here. This book made me want to re-read all the other books in this series, and I did. Henry, Alice and Jay will always have a special place in my heart. I highly recommend the book and the series, and I wish I could give more than 5 Stars.

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