Book Reviews

Four Letter Word (Love Logic 2) by K.M. Neuhold

Genre Gay / Contemporary / Menage MMMM / Romance
Reviewed by nakin1978 on 03-April-2020

Book Blurb

Relationships are hard enough between two people...can the four of us make it work? Or is love nothing more than a four letter word?

Polyamory...the first time Riot says the word, it feels like everything slots into place. Maybe I’m not greedy for loving both of my best friends at once…

For most of my life I didn’t think I could ever have the kind of love I’ve been dreaming of, but somehow a sexy bartender with a major sweet tooth is making it all seem possible.

Maybe Riot is right, our capacity for love is bigger than most people let themselves see. But will Leo and Hudson feel the same? Will they be willing to try to build this beautiful, complicated life with me?

If I can keep them from ripping each other’s heads off that is...

*** This is book two in the Love Logic series and can be read as a stand alone. This is a MMMM story full of love and heat.


Book Review

I have to say honestly, this book was not what I was expecting. It was such a great read about a very unconventional relationships of four men. It may not be a relationship that all agree with, but it is one that ends up working out best for them. Love is love no matter who it involves or how many!


Bishop, Leo, and Hudson grew up together. The three were inseparable before a falling out between Leo and Hudson that fractured their friendship in their senior year of high school. Poor Bishop found himself torn between his two best friends that he had secretly been in love with for as long as he can remember. Though not easy, he has tried not to choose sides and to keep both friendships intact.


Through the years it has gotten easier to do just that because Leo went away to college and never moved back after graduation. So that left Bishop and Hudson together in their hometown to hang out and Bishop and Leo to keep in touch, though long-distance only. Bishop still to this day is in love with both men. Unfortunately, he knows nothing will ever come of it. Hudson only sees him as a convenient hookup and Leo has no clue how he feels. 


When the bartender whom Bishop has been admiring from afar takes a chance and asks him back to his place one night, he unexpectedly takes him up on his offer. Bishop is blown away with how things go with Riot. He is not the normal type of guy Bishop would be attracted to but there is definitely something special about him. So now what is he to do being attracted to three guys and in love with two?


To make things more complicated, Leo is moving home. He will be staying with Bishop and it is his hope that he and Bishop will finally have the opportunity to connect on a much deeper level than just as best friends. Leo has his own secret, he is in love with Bishop and has been for a long while now but has never told him.


Then you throw in the fact that Hudson cannot understand why suddenly Bishop does not want to have a relationship with him any longer other than being friends, let’s just say things really get complicated for Bishop from there. Bishop is the one who brings all these men together in one way or the other and Riot is the one who opens everyone eyes to the fact that it is okay to love more then one person.


But the question remains, can four men find a new, unconventional way to make this shaky relationship work? What happens when Leo and Hudson have to face what tore their friendship apart so long ago? How will each of these men deal with the fact that the person they are in love with is in love with other people as well?


This was such an incredible read! I truly enjoyed it to the point that I stayed up way too late to finish it. This type of book is not for everyone but those who love this type of read, well they will most likely really enjoy this one! Fabulous read!





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Additional Information

Format ebook and print
Length Novel, 452 pages
Heat Level
Publication Date 29-February-2020
Price $4.90 eboon, $14.99 paperback
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