Julien (Confessions, #2) by Ella Frank

Julien (Confessions, #2)

People are complex. Love a double-edged sword. And when it comes to a broken heart, there are no rules, only time… For the past eight years, Julien Thornton has been living with a secret. One that only a handful of people know about. To the outside world, he has it all. A thriving career. A loving husband. And a face that the American public fell for by the millions, on a reality show that inadvertently saved his life. But behind the shine of c...


Details Julien (Confessions, #2)

TitleJulien (Confessions, #2)
Author
Release DateJun 3rd, 2018
PublisherElla Frank, LLC
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, M M Romance, Contemporary, Menage, M M M, Erotica
Rating

Reviews Julien (Confessions, #2)

  • Wendy
    1970-01-01
    Those who are meant to be yours will always find you. I am a big fan of Ella Frank's "Temptation" series and I absolutely LOVED the first book in this series "Robbie" !! I couldn't wait to start this one and read more about The Princess, The Priest and The Prick ... This time around we especially get to know more about "The Prick's" past...I really loved Julien in the first book and he didn't disappoint in this one...damn but there is somethin...
  • Astrid - The Bookish Sweet Tooth
    1970-01-01
    ROBBIE left us with a mild cliffhanger and JULIEN continues right where the first installment of the Confessions series stopped - I was excited to continue Robbie, Julien's and Joel's journey and see where this new situation would take them.Robbie has moved into Julien and Priest's apartment. It takes a special man to be able to not feel like the third wheel in an established relationship when you are the last to join but Robbie has no problem at...
  • Meags
    1970-01-01
    4 StarsWhere the first book (Robbie) was mostly about the chase and the conquest – with married couple Julien and Priest adding a third to their relationship in the form of the delectable and sparkly Robbie – this sequel followed the trio into a much more established and settled place. With the growth of Robbie, Julien, and Priest’s relationship came better character development and more tasty insights into their individual backstories, not...
  • R * A Reader Obsessed *
    1970-01-01
    4 - It’s the Principle - StarsI’m not going to proclaim I’m a connoisseur of ménage because I’m not. And while I thoroughly enjoyed Robbie, this fell a bit short for me. It wasn’t the men’s interactions but actually Julien’s background, while tragic, wasn’t all that interesting. Sorry. I just wanted to bask and further explore these guys’ new dynamic, because though I initially balk at more than two in a relationship, the inter...
  • Optimist ♰King's Wench♰ & MANTIES Champion
    1970-01-01
    More seriouser than the first to me.Even though we again get all three's perspectives the story is Julien-centric, complete with flashbacks. Julien's turmoil is front and center and while I understand why he's haunted I also felt the big reveal was anti-climactic. I was expecting something MUCH bigger and more nefarious.However, what I really liked about this one is the relationship development. Frank is building something between these three tha...
  • Courtney
    1970-01-01
    I’d been looking forward to a book that focused on Julien, and it didn’t disappoint! Not only were we able to learn more about Julien and his past, we got to see more of Priest as he opened up to Robbie, too. The three of them together are crazy hot - I think my headphones might melt when this comes out on audio!I can’t really give details without fear of spoilers, but one of the things I loved the most was all the little ways the three men...
  • J *deep in the heart of Texas*
    1970-01-01
    Not quite as good as book 1, but still a good read and a nice addition to the series. This one was a bit more heavy and serious then book 1 as we find out about Julien’s past. I liked that there was no unnecessary drama. And I liked the progression of their relationship. But if I’m honest, Priest’s book is the one I’ve been waiting for. Can’t wait to get inside his head a bit more.
  • Sanaa ☆ Sanaa's Book Blog ☆
    1970-01-01
    4.5 stars. Sometimes the best memories made are the ones you don't even realize you're making. It's no secret that I loved Robbie when I met him in the Temptation Series and I've wanted him to get his own book ever since. When I found out that he was getting not one book but an entire series, I was so happy. And so far it has not disappointed. Julien was just as amazing as the first book and I loved getting more of Julien "The Prick" Thorn...
  • Lorraine Lesar
    1970-01-01
    Whoop-Dee-Robbie-Do!It was a case of...Robbie was of course fabulous The Prick that certainly wasn’t a dickANDA feast with a Priest!He wasn’t Royalty, but he was The Prick’s and The Priest’s, Princess. He was all passion, fire and loyal. And that’s all they needed. But was it all that I needed?Yes and no. I love these three and I love Ella. Now normally ménage is not my thing but in the hands of this author, she made it work. It was li...
  • Cadiva
    1970-01-01
    Things start to get a little bit more complicated as Ella Frank explores more of the dynamic which makes up the enigmatic French-American chef Julien Thornton.This series is way more than just the menage aspect of it, though. Each one of the three men involved in this relationship brings something the other two needs and that is never more obvious than in this middle book of the trilogy.Julien is hiding demons and, as the time approaches closer t...
  • Lyndy Ann ♫
    1970-01-01
    Julien is the second book in the Confessions trilogy, I could not wait to read this even putting another book on hold.This continues from where Robbie the first book ended continuing the polyamory relationship between Priest, Julien and Robbie.I must admit I struggled with this one I even skimmed the sex scenes as they went on forever, I much preferred their banter and cheeky flirting.Julien's dark secret was a let down as well I expected somethi...
  • ✰ Bianca ✰ BJ's Book Blog ✰
    1970-01-01
    We're back in the world of our darlings Logan & Tate! Well, not really - this is a spin-off thingy, but we all met and fell for Robbie & Priest & Julien in the Temptation series ....If you haven't read TRY & TAKE & TRUST & TEASE & TATE & TRUE you should definitely do it!!And obviously you should have read CONFESSIONS: ROBBIE - because this is a trilogy which began with Robbie's book!Book #1 ended with Robbie ringing the doorbell, ready to move in...
  • Christelle
    1970-01-01
    Second part of the “confessions” series. Not a stand-aloneWhining here : why is it not working for me ? Why ? It should...really, it should.Even though threesome is not my favorite trope, I don’t mind either. And I quite enjoy the dynamics here as Robbie, Julien and Priest compliment each other nicely. Add that Ella Frank knows how to write hot chemistry imo. And hot it is, no question about it. Maybe it’s the pace ? It’s only at 80% th...
  • Elsbeth
    1970-01-01
    *4.5 stars*I'm out of breath from reading this so fast. Started as soon as it hit my kindle and finished within 8 hours.It was great. I really love the dynamic between these three men. Robbie is so perfect for the two of them. "A light to the dark paths of Priest & Prick"Although the cover model of Julien is totally hot, I can't help invisioning Julien as William Levy. Julien Ever since something happened in Julien's life 8 years ago, he's been s...
  • Lost in a Book
    1970-01-01
    4 Stars*Psssssttttt* I’ll tell you a secret… I’m holding out for Priest. He’s the dessert I’ve been waiting to devour. I’m not saying I haven’t enjoyed Robbie and Julien, I’m just being clear and upfront that Priest is where it’s at for me.This story is aptly named because it goes through Julien’s mysterious history that we understand from the first story, runs very deep. Much of Julien's POV are flashbacks either he has or st...
  • Chris
    1970-01-01
    I really love the hell out of these guys. Robbie is adorable, Priest is smokin and Julien is French - need I say more ! Julien’s story was mixed, his love for Priest and Robbie was beautiful and his need for them was strong. While the chemistry between the triad was growing, Julien was managing his emotions coming from a personal tragedy and had difficulties reconciling this. As he allowed his men to step in and support him each character grew ...
  • Debra
    1970-01-01
    3.5 starsThe story picks up right after Robbie and takes a more serious turn as Julien's and Priest's pasts come back to haunt them. Once again, these guys have crazy chemistry, especially Robbie and Priest, and now that they're living together things are very serious, though they've only been together a month or so. I enjoyed the flashbacks to how Julien and Priest met. The focus on Julien is his difficulty dealing with the guilt over his sister...
  • Chelsea
    1970-01-01
    When we were first introduced to Julien in the Temptation series I didn't really think I like him. For he seemed like another love interest for Robbie and I loved the thought of it just being Robbie and Priest. For as much as they argued in these books, their chemistry was off the charts. Then, of course, we found out that he's married to Priest and so on. Still didn't like love him until I started reading these books. I love Julien and not just ...
  • CaRo
    1970-01-01
    Hmm was not really my cup of the tea. Julien is my least favourite of these three and the whole drama around his sister was kind of off. Couldn't feel his pain. Also I really didn't get that Priest always looks out for these two (his men) and before for Jules but he didn't stop this yearly hurt fest? And didn't set the parents straight - kind of feels like the story is not harmonious. As well I didn't like the fact that Jules could do no wrong in...
  • Mwanamali
    1970-01-01
    Cheesy AF. But there's double penetration so...
  • Ariana
    1970-01-01
    *4,5 stars*I really loved book 1 a lot more than I anticipated (always wary of m/m/m). Robbie's involvement with Julien and Priest who have been married for quite a few years could have easily gone very wrong. But Ella Frank made the attraction, the need between these three men believable and realistic (and very very hot!)Book 2 takes a closer look at Julien and his past. We get a lot of relationship development between the three men, and it beco...
  • Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
    1970-01-01
    I’m completely fascinated by triad relationships so it is no wonder I jumped at the chance to read and review Ella Frank’s Confession series especially since she is one of my favorite romance writers. The first book in this series let readers get to know Robbie better whom readers knew from the Try series, but in this book readers begin to understand the man behind The Prick moniker, celebrity chef Julien Thornton; his grief, his shame, and h...
  • Vanna
    1970-01-01
    4 stars! This was a great book, but I still felt that Robbie was probably slightly better. We find out more about Julien's side of the story and honestly speaking, it was a little anticlimactic. I was imagining something quite terrible and I felt Julien's guilt was too much. Nevertheless, it was great to see the relationship between the three become stronger and Robbie gaining an understanding of the dynamics in the relationship. The plot was eve...
  • Esra
    1970-01-01
    Logan ve Tate'in dünyasına Princess, Prick & Priest ile bir kez daha geri dönüş yaptık.. Çok seviyorum bu adamları... Umarım sevgili yazarcım bu muhteşem üçlünün serisini de Logan ve Tate'inki gibi uzatır da uzatır. Okumalara doyamıyorum...Robbie'nin kitabı Priest'in aldığı sarsıcı bir haberle sona eriyordu... Bu kitapta asıl odağımız Julien'ın sırları olsa da Priest'in şu anki haline nasıl ve neden dönüştüğ...
  • Tracy
    1970-01-01
    God I love these 3 men so much. This second instalment was definitely worth the wait. I can't wait for Priests book he's absolute perfection!
  • Michelle
    1970-01-01
    ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review I have a confession to make….I am addicted to anything Ella Frank especially when she writes male/male romances and in her latest release, Julien, Frank picks off where she last left off in Robbie. So yeah, readers are reunited with Robbie, Priest, and Julien. Although, this may not be your typical romance, I will say Frank did a marvelous job layering this book with so much raw emotions a...
  • Rachel Emily
    1970-01-01
    OH. MY. GOD. let the book hangover commence, review after I have slept!OK, I'm back. I've slept, I've collected my thoughts (kinda) and first I have to say - if you are on the fence about this because you are not into reading menage romances, I BEG you to give this a try! Robbie is a TOTAL equal in this relationship, he is a Necessity for Julien and Priest, something that has been missing in their lives. I just LOVE LOVE LOVE Robbie, (I've always...
  • The Book Bee
    1970-01-01
    REVIEW: 4.5 STARS"We all have a role here, Robert. No one's is greater or more important than the other. It's just different. That's why we work, and will continue to work, if we're honest with one another." As I sit here, typing up my feelings in regards to this book, I would be remiss if I didn't mention that this book took me longer to process than normal. My review is late. My feelings are still in turmoil. My heart hurts for Julien. I can ea...