I love Cardeno C's writing style, it grabs me, pulls me right into the story, has me biting my nails and feeling with the characters. More Than Everything started out perfectly and turned out well, if not completely satisfying. But I guess that's more of a "it's not you, it's me thing". I rarely read ménages because I often don't buy into their dynamics.
More Than Everything features three great heroes, with flaws and problems, quirks and edges. I honestly liked them and was very much looking forward for them to find their happy end. Which they did, only that for me the ménage felt kind of too easy, although it wasn't portrayed in a sappy way at all. I can't exactly put my finger on it, but the dynamics of their three-way relationship didn't ring true in the end, but it was nevertheless a satisfying read, so I go with a straight B.