A Threefold Cord (Revised)
Grae Edwards and his co-stars Chris Willoughby and Ben Clyde work together well. Maybe they even have a chemistry. Certainly they are friends and Grae is tempted to ask for more ... After the beautiful tart Chris has the temerity to turn him down, Grae settles into a comfortable loving relationship with the more chivalrous Ben. But the idea of Chris never quite goes away - and when Chris finally suggests the three of them spend a night together, Grae glimpses a solution he hardly dares hope for.
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About the AuthorJulie Bozza is an Aussie-English hybrid empowered by writing, fuelled by espresso, calmed by knitting, overexcited by photography, and madly in love with Amy Adams and John Keats.
"I found this story fascinating. I love to feel like I'm in the middle of what's happening in the minds of the characters, and this story did a great job of really pulling me into Grae's head. ... A magnificent and emotional reflection on the complexities of a relationship among three men." KindleRomance, The Romance Reviews
"Julie Bozza has created a powerful and emotional novel about Grae, Ben and Chris, three men who have in common their love of theatre. Their chemistry as actors when they work together is undeniable. Their lives off stage and screen are not always so harmonious. ... Ms. Bozza writes in a way that made their coming together feel very organic. ... I don't mean to imply that it was a smooth ride for our three guys. It felt real, sometimes painfully so. Every issue was faced head-on. ... A Threefold Cord was beautiful, moving, and wonderful. I completely enjoyed it. The setting: the pure Britishness of it. The plot which had the theatre almost being a fourth member of the relationship between Ben, Grae and Chris. It is a beautiful and intensely emotional story." Tina, The Novel Approach
"All three main characters are lovingly drawn, essentially ordinary people with mundane flaws that make them all the more human. And yet they're able to go beyond themselves for love's sake. They disregard conventions and overcome their own misgivings out of love. It's beautiful, it's amazing what people are able to do for love, and the reward makes it all worthwhile. This was the message I took from this story, and it made me close the book with a blissful sigh. Highly, highly recommended." Feliz, Mrs Condit and Friends Read Books
"Julie Bozza gets into the heart of her characters and puts them on full display - bruised, battered and bound back together by love - like no other. Astounding. Brilliant. Mesmerizing." Dianne on Goodreads