Harper is the proud owner of the Full Spoon, one of the last soup kitchens in her downtrodden city. When a thief steals her much needed mortgage payment and puts her in the hospital, she’s lucky to have Flynn, one of her volunteers, there to find her in time. Even luckier is having the handsome Doctor Theo to help her heal. She is revived by their caring attentions and can’t help but embrace the connection the three share.
Flynn isn’t new to his bisexuality, yet he’s never been so drawn to two people before. But will his baggage of being a single dad and having an intolerant father be too much for his two new love interests?
The solitary Theo never allowed himself to really explore deep personal relationships, let alone a relationship with a man and a woman at once. But after meeting Harper and Theo and feeling the deep and immediate link he can’t deny the possibility of happiness.
Their bonds are strong, but each of them fears their differences in background, in personality, in needs, be too much of a challenge to overcome…