At twenty-five, tall, strong Sam White was used to being independent. It was this fierce independence and drive that got him into law school and helped him survive his mother's recent death. It was this same strength and determination that drew fellow law school students and twins, Derek and Wyn, to Sam. What starts as a study buddy friendship soon changes. Although Sam never really questions the feeling he has for his friends, on a drunken night when the twins tell Sam that they are both in love with him, Sam has to rethink everything he's thought about himself, and the twins. After an explosive night trying to work out whatever they were feeling, Sam finds that being gay and being in love with him were not the only things his two best friends have been hiding from him. In a bloody water battle, Sam soon learns that these law students really do become sharks, and that they'll risk their lives to protect him.
This book is intended for adults and should only be read by people over 18 years of age. It contains graphic male on male sex, a man making love to twins, polyamory, and bloody violence.
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