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Stolen Desires [Tri-Omega Mates 4] (Siren Publishing Menage Amour Manlove) [Kindle Edition]

Stormy Glenn
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Book Description

[Siren Menage Amour: Erotic Paranormal Menage a Trois Romance, Werewolf, M/M/M]

Ryce Hunter has been mated to Saul for five years. He truly loves Saul. What he doesn't love is that every Friday, Saul goes into town to find some young stud to fool around with. In a bid to feel wanted, Ryce goes into town to find his own stud. What he finds is Cary, his other mate.

Ryce is ecstatic. He feels that if Saul can't be happy with him, maybe Cary will come to love him instead. Cary is a tri-omega mate and knows it. Finding Ryce is a dream come true. When Ryce tries to claim him, Cary says no. He knows that he has to have two mates or he will die.

Ryce assures Cary that his other mate is Saul. Assuming both of his mates have been found, Cary allows Ryce to claim him. But what happens when Saul refuses to claim Cary? But all is not as it seems. Saul is driven to protect his mates at any cost, including sacrificing his own happiness.

A Siren Erotic Romance 

Editorial Reviews


5 STARS: "Ms. Stormy has continued her series Tri-Omega mates series with this fast paced and stirring book. I for one can't wait for the next book in the Tri-Omega Mates series!" -- Teresa, Rainbow Reviews 5 CUPS: "Another hot one from Ms. Glenn! Every story I read by this author just gets better and better. The punch line is a killer and this fourth book in the tri-omega series is positively to die for! I urge everyone to go out and get their copy today!" -- Regina, Coffee Time Romance Reviews

Product Details

  • File Size: 231 KB
  • Print Length: 96 pages
  • Publisher: Siren Publishing (July 28, 2009)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,152 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Stolen Desires October 26, 2009
By MNix
Format:Kindle Edition
For close to five years now Saul Hunter has left his home every Friday evening telling his mate Ryce Hunter that he was going out to get laid. Saul doesn't return home until Saturday morning, exhausted and quiet.

Ryce decides to go out to a bar himself after Saul leaves once again on a Friday night. If Saul can do it then so can Ryce. What Ryce doesn't expect to find is that he has a Tri Omega mate too when he spots Carrington `Cary' Jones.

With a special mate like Cary however, there are possible problems. Ryce has no trouble permanently claiming Cary but Saul must claim him as well for a true tri-mating to occur. Ryce and Saul already have big problems so adding Cary to the mix might spell disaster for an already teetering mating. What if Saul refuses to claim Cary? What that would mean for the three of them is unthinkable.

Sexy wolves and carnal lovemaking gives readers exactly what they are looking for in Stolen Desires. This is the fourth story in the Tri Omega Mates series and can be read as a stand alone tale. The romance between Ryce and Cary is tender when needed and rough when necessary. Also, the emotional turmoil Saul experiences is felt in Stolen Desires. I think that editing out a bit ¾ of the way through would have kept the suspense and secret more interesting. It takes too long to find out Saul's big secret which takes away from an otherwise very enjoyable tale. Having said that, fans of the series won't be disappointed and new readers are certain to find Stolen Desires very entertaining!

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Another great idea with horrible writing April 9, 2010
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I read the reviews and synopses for Stormy Glenn's whole Tri-Omega series, and bought the whole series. The stories and premise seemed great, and they were. Unfortunately, I could barely get through them. These books were filled with misspellings, grammatical errors, mistakes, omissions, and every other intensely annoying thing that can be done to novels to render them all but unreadable. For example, at one point in the book one of the lead characters, Ryce, suddenly becomes Royce. This continues on for several pages in the middle of the chapter until he is suddenly Ryce again. If you're able to get past things like that without losing your connection with the story, you'll really enjoy the series. If, like me, slamming into some huge error in the writing derails your train of thought, you'd be better off moving on.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A fun, intriguing, and emotional story June 12, 2010
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I've read many books from Stormy Glenn. While hardly literary masterpieces, I hold them to an admittedly lower standard than I do other novels. They're fun and sexy and are very light, but entertaining, reads. While I normally rate her books between three and four stars, I gave this one a five star review because it did evoke some heartfelt emotions.

Ryce and Saul are mated werewolves. They're deeply in love with each other. The only blemish on their relationship is that Saul heads into town every Friday night to seemingly "sow his oats". This slowly eats away at Ryce, and their relationship is gradually going down the tubes, even though Ryce is still hopelessly in love with Saul.

When Ryce's frustration reaches epic proportions, he decides to head into town too to see if he can have some fun. There, he runs into Cary and recognizes Cary as his mate. Cary is a tri-omega, a werewolf assigned two mates to help keep them grounded. Once claimed by one mate though, a tri-omega must be claimed by the other in the near future, or die. Even after claimed by both, they must be continually claimed every few days or they whither away. Ryce knows a bit about tri-omegas. He knows that fate doesn't assign a tri-omega two mates without those two mates being assigned to each other. Since he and Saul are mates, Saul must also be Cary's mate, so Ryce goes and claims Cary. When Saul comes home though and finds Cary and Ryce asleep together, he's heartbroken and feels betrayed, even though he knows he's been putting Ryce through the same thing. Cary leaves Ryce asleep in the bed and comes downstairs to meet Saul, but the drunken heartbroken Saul is so jealous and angry, he sends Cary away.

The is one of the better stories of the series. There's a lot of emotional angst.
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3.0 out of 5 stars It could be 3,5 stars. December 28, 2013
By JustMe
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The reason for my assessment is that the plot is a little hard to believe. Ryce and Saul had been together 5 years and each friday Saul leaves "to go out". It means he has done this 260 times! Ryce had looked through his fingers all those times. He is really a very patient man. I would have demanded some answers much earlier. Moreover, I would have expected that my friends and family who live in the same house, had said something on my behalf, if I was not strong enough myself. Explanation to why Saul did what he did, I will not go into, to not spoil for others, but it was a bit far-fetched. Should he have done it so many times without carrying traces of it, without arousing suspicion in some? I think not. However, the final solution was fun and the men got their HEA.
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