Also by this author: Try, Robbie: Confessions
Also in this series: Robbie: Confessions, Julien
Series: Confessions #4
on November 11th 2018
Genres: MM Romance, LGBT
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Everyone said our love wouldn’t work. That it was too hard, too complicated, too messy. Oh how I enjoy proving everyone wrong.
My men are smart, sexy, sophisticated— and most of all, crazy about me. The only problem is trying to explain that to my big, opinionated Italian family.
But after all we’ve been through, we deserve a happily ever after. And if there’s one thing I know about my guys, they always manage to have a few surprises up their sleeves.
THE PRINCESS, THE PRICK & THE PRIEST
by Ella Frank
It’s time to say goodbye to Robbie, Julien and Priest and Ella Frank sends them off into their Happily Ever After with much love and laughter. The three unusual men are settling into their life together and there is only one more thing to do. The big family introduction. Not without reason Robbie is a little fidgety about that. His coming out was accepted by his family in stride but will they be OK about him living with a married couple?
It’s remarkable how far these three have come. Robbie is an endless source of joy and smiles for the stoic lawyer Priest and his drunk state in Robbie’s childhood home, seeing him relaxed and devastatingly charming made me fall in love with him all over again.
“She kept bringing them to me and was asking me to guess what she put in them.”
“Other than a shit-ton of alcohol?” Robbie said, and rolled his eyes. “Have you ever heard of the word no?”
Priest turned his heavy-lidded gaze on Robbie and grinned. “Yes. But I wanted her to like me, for you.”
puddle of goo
Julien has found his equilibrium after his heartbreak. He rejoices in his relationship with the other two. It’s never been more apparent that these three men balance each other out than in this one. There is a sense of peace and calm they give one another that wasn’t there before.
We’d always hoped for that, for someone who could balance us out. But I never knew how complete he’d make us feel.
I loved Robbie’s rambunctious family and especially his father. He is the rock this family leans on in hard times. This family’s acceptance of Robbie’s sexuality and his choice of lifestyle was miraculous, especially when you know that they are Catholic Italians. That’s definitely not something you see everyday. I loved this tolerance and acceptance. Robbie’s sister has an interesting story and I wonder if Ella will tell it at some point.
The Princess, the Prick & the Priest is one long epilogue full of love and smiles and while I think that things could have been shortened that would have meant saying goodbye sooner. This lovely book concludes the series and the three men with the unconventional relationship are finally ready to start into their Happily Ever After. But I suppose we’ll see them pop up in other stories now and then. That makes the goodbye a little easier.
As he sat there staring at the young man who’d walked into his and Julien’s life not too long ago, Priest wondered what he’d ever done to deserve not only one great love in his life, but two.