More Than Two

It's Halloween...and we're coming for him.

I'm not a fan of Halloween. I think it just gives people an excuse to reveal the freakier sides of themselves. And to be real, all that mess can remain locked away.

This year, though, my best friend has it in his head that I'm coming to this year's party with him. I don't like attending parties, much less Halloween parties. But to shut him up, I reluctantly agree.

I'm not expecting to experience the best night of life there with not just one, but two men in a committed relationship with each other.

And for night isn't enough. They want more.

Question is...will I be able to handle being in a polygamous relationship?

They caught us fooling around... Now they want a taste, too.

Danny and Noah have been infatuated with their twin bosses since they went in for their interview two years ago.

But neither of them have any clue that their bosses are just as obsessed with them, if not even more so.

During a particularly stormy day when the driving conditions are too dangerous, Theo and Thomas instruct Danny and Noah to stay home and get prepared for a Zoom meeting.

Only Theo and Thomas are late for the Zoom meeting. Tired of waiting on them, Danny and Noah decide to film a thirst trap video for social media...

Right when their bosses are logging on.

Everything from that moment on changes. Theo and Thomas decide now is the time to make their moves - no more waiting around for the "perfect moment".

Will they be able to convince Danny and Noah that a relationship with them is possible, or will it be too much for the younger personal assistants to handle?

It’s no secret to anyone how much we hate each other, but we’re both in love with him.


I used to be madly in love with my enemy, so much so that I wrote him a note and put it in his locker in middle school, confessing my feelings.

I never meant to out him to his friends. But it started off a chain reaction of events, and now, we can’t stand the sight of each other.

Until this pretty, nerdy boy steps into the counselor’s office with the promise to tutor me so I can finally graduate.

Only problem is, he’s also tutoring Ezra–my enemy.

When Spencer threatens to no longer tutor either of us because we can’t get along, Ezra and I call a truce.

But what happens when our truce leads to more? Will we all be forced to choose, or can we find a way to make this work between the three of us?