I enjoy to read a story that revisits a couple and allows us to see how the relationship has developed over time. And this book is no exception. It was great to see Noah and Pierce after five years.I was a bit doubtful when the story started with so much domesticity but I needn't have worried - pretty quickly sex in the kitchen was on the agenda! Although I must admit surprise that they were up for kitchen sex with a teenage daughter in the house as I haven't heard to too many kitchens with locks!Noah and Pierce reach a turning point in their relationship. Doubts and insecurities creep in. There are secrets and lack of communication. Once again I was surprised at Pierce's brother Francis' involvement and the information he keeps from his brother. "Of course he knew. It all made perfect sense. Noah could have relied on Francis to keep his secret. Pierce had never figured out whether it was the Dom or the psychologist in Francis who protected what was confided to him so fiercely. Whichever part of him it was, he would never betray the trust put into him. Not ever for the sake of saving a failing relationship." And when it came to Noah's submission, I wanted Francis to back right off and let Pierce take the reins!My only slight criticism (and it is minor) was the repeated use of "nn-nn" in conversation. For some reason it annoyed me. Maybe because I've never actually seen it written before?This was an excellent addition to the series.I now publish all my m/m reviews on my blog so if you want to see all my m/m reviews in one place come visit at Because Two Men Are Better Than One!