11 March 2015

Breathe Each Other In by Thianna D

While the outside world might try to undermine them, Logan and Christian’s relationship just grows stronger. In this, the final part of the All They Ever Needed trilogy, their lives take an unexpected turn.

Christian takes to heart everything he learns from Logan’s father and as he and Logan go forward in their DD relationship, he finds that he is willing to not just take on the mantle of Head of House, but to embrace it. With Logan graduating from college, Christian takes the next logical step and asks his boyfriend to move in.

Even with the stress of student teaching and trying to figure out what to do after graduation, Logan leaps at the chance to live with the man he loves. As the pressure of graduation begins to get to him, the only thing to keep him grounded is the amazing man at his side.

Those closest to them make huge changes in their own lives and when an unexpected job offer lands in Logan’s lap, the two have to make a life altering decision. No matter which way they go, they need to give something up. Play it safe and stay home or accept the job and move away from their families? When it comes to decision time, there is one thing they are not willing to part with. That one thing makes all the difference in the world.
Logan and Christian have settled into a nice comfortable relationship. Logan is about to finish college and Christian has been working for his father. Christian just moved into an apartment and is excited that he and Logan will finally be living together. But all is not well; Logan is out of sorts, grumpy all the time, not sleeping, not wanting to see his parents. And Christian is at a loss on what to do.  Finally he calls Gregory and he helps him find a mentor for the DD relationship explaining that Logan needs structure and rules and possible a good spanking.  Christian has known the day would come when he would have to take charge of the relationship and Logan but all this is new and with Logan not talking he’s even less certain. Can they sort this out or are they doomed before they even set up house?

Once again, a very well written story, you can seeing the maturity and grow not just with Logan and Christian but with all the characters.   We are focused on the DD again, but unlike the other stories, we get what that means explained better and in more detail. This was a nice wrap up of every ones lives and where is they now, and where are they going.


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