The Cross and the Trinity (James Lucas Trilogy)

The Cross and the Trinity (James Lucas Trilogy)

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The Cross and the Trinity is a gay romance novel by Elizabeth Lister. The second book in the James Lucas trilogy, it tells the story of Tate and Sebastian, who tries to save their relationship by adding James Lucas into the mix.


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  • Nathan Greene
    Written on April 13, 2018
    "The Cross and the Trinity (James Lucas Trilogy) is quite an interesting story. The trilogy is very immersive and brings reader along for the journey. The characters are well represented with broad characteristics. I love the series and the inclusiveness of marginalized groups from culture is well done."
    Kenneth Moreno
    Written on April 7, 2018
    "Lister's characters are striking and bold. I could really identify with the men in the story, even though I am not a homosexual. That's just how deep Lister's writing is. She will take you on a journey you will never forget - I know I won't. This book is not for the casual reader."
  • Billy Armstrong
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "This story was well executed. It goes a long way in showing the reader how a triad relationship can work or not. In the end the story of Tate and Sebastian devoting themselves to one another will capture your heart and imaginations. It allows you to have a deeper connection to the characters and their story. "
  • Kelly Schultz
    Written on April 2, 2018
    "If you are interested in polyamory and want to find the best book about it, you should definitely check out The Cross and the Trinity (James Lucas Trilogy). It is a gay romance trilogy by Elizabeth Lister in which this second book explores the world of polyamory with a couple that decides to add a third person in their relationship in an attempt to save it. I find this book incredibly interesting and it gives good insight on how polyamory relationships work."
  • Humberto Rendón
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "This wasn't a very interesting book. It seems to be selling on the fact that the romance is between two guys and nothing else. The story itself wasn't very interesting and used a lot of rather obvious tropes that you can see a mile away before they happen."
  • Michael Fox
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "If a particular book does not have any review on it, I am very hesitant in trying the book for myself or even recommending it. I feel like as a solution to the problem this is not that fitting for it. I would gladly recommend other books that are so much well known than this one with relatively thousands of positive reviews."
  • Christopher Perkins
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "The Cross and the Trinity is a gay romance novel by Elizabeth Lister. The second book in the James Lucas trilogy, it tells the story of Tate and Sebastian. who tries to save their relationship by adding James Lucas into the mix. When Tate and Sebastian have difficulty maintaining a successful monogamous relationship, a return to an earlier dynamic with an old friend helps them gain a new perspective on what it means to be together."
    Paridhi Trivedi
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "I read this book before I read the first book in the trilogy. Perhaps, that is why I did not get that much into this book. It could also be I did not like the writing style."
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  • Louis Guzman
    Written on April 30, 2018
    "If you enjoy reading, and want something a little "out of the box", The Cross and the Trinity may be right up your alley. This was a decent book, one especially crafted for the homosexual crowd. This book is about relationships and the struggle we all have in them. This has an interesting story, good characters, and is an easy read. "
  • Kevin Wright
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "The Cross and the Trinity is a historical period romance novel set in medieval times featuring a gay couple who struggle to maintain monogamy. I thought it was a good read and it's great to see more books featuring gay characters to match the real world. "
  • Lori Hamilton
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "sounds like an interesting tale. I am not sure I would want to read about two menwho are in love though."
  • Mildred Garrett
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "Elizabeth Lister is one of the best writers I have had the pleasure of reading. All of her books are true to life, the challenges we face, the passions of a relationship along with the difficulties. This book explores what it means to be in a relationship in today's world and how that unfold differently for each of us."
    Vihaan Subramanium
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "This one wasn't for me. I've read a few in the genre and this seems way too forced. I expected far more from Lister as I've liked several of her other works."
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