When Henry meets his lover’s ex-girlfriend at a club he makes a terrible mistake: He sleeps with her. Is Henry bisexual? It took me a minute to try and figure out his preferences, but I'm still not sure.
For two decades Henry and Jack have loved only each other. So he's gay? Even so they remain uncommitted because Jack is emotionally damaged from a relationship with his ex-girlfriend, Althea. They're both bi? So when Henry meets Althea Who is Althea? one night, by chance, he does something reckless; he goes to bed with her, over and over, hoping to learn the secret of what happened between her and Jack. Why would regularly sleeping with someone reveal anything about an ex-affair? Spying and interrogation would get better results.
Which he does, does what? and finally Henry can spare his greatest love the burden of disclosing a story he finds too unbearable to tell. Who is his greatest love, and what is this story? But when Henry tries to break things off why? with Althea she won’t take no for an answer—she wants to reclaim Jack for herself! Why? A call to Jack reveals the whole sordid mess and then the conceivable happens when Jack leaves Henry. For Althea, or another person?
Suddenly, rather than breaking up with Althea, Henry craves her as a final link with Jack. He and Althea embark on an abusive, mutually hateful relationship that erodes Henry’s physical health and pushes him toward a breakdown. Huh? I'm not understanding what this means. Are these people into BDSM? From a mutual friend, Henry learns that Jack is doing just as badly. How? They need each other to escape this spiral; the question is whether they can reconnect in time to make that happen. To make what happen?
Heny & Jack: bisexual? men in an open relationship.
Althea: Jack's ex-lover
Who is the actual MC?
What does he/she want?
What is keeping him/her from getting it?
What will happen if he/she gets it/doesn't get it?
This is really vague. I have no idea what's going on other than a sordid love triangle with a woman/transgender woman? and two bisexual? men. Is it a tale of a woman so incredible, she can turn gay men straight? Sounds like you are wanting to get more detailed with the sex, but are dancing around it. Is this erotica? If so, it needs to be way juicier.
Hope this helps!