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- Print Length: 211 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (September 28, 2015)
- Publication Date: September 28, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0159DI2K2
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Phillip (mountain lion) has been hired by Francis Mendoza to steal the kachina. Things go wrong, and in his attempt to escape he meets up with Danial (Jaguar) who was trying to steal the same item - sent by the same man. Shannon has the misfortune to be the lawman sent to answer the alarms the two men tripped off. He's an owl shifter and a licensed enforcer.
Mendoza is a real problem - a werewolf with a huge pack and the desire for more territory. Dead wolves start turning up in Shannon's territory and they're Mendoza's men. In the meantime Mendoza has the kachina and basically the whole situation is a mess.
There was something very realistic about this book, not often seen in shifter stories. The way the three men interact with each other is positively human. Daniel and Shannon have a connection and the Daniel and Phillip have a connection (read that as sex) and then all three of them have a connection. But beyond the physical, there was very little else between them. And yet there was. Confused? Well that was how I felt for a good part of the book.
Outside of the "romance" there was a lot going on and I have to confess the story line really appealed to me. There was magic, spirits, baja. This author's take on the paranormal world was unique and refreshing. Wilson fascinated me and the ending had a surprising twist that I honestly didn't see coming. I had actually thought for most of the book that Phillip seemed rather childish.
Readers who love a story with their romances will love this book for the story, but maybe not the romance as such. There is an HEA but for me just telling me the animal spirits connected wasn't enough - I needed to see it and I felt that side of things didn't quite come through. But the plot was absolutely amazing and thoroughly engrossing.
Reviewed by Liza for Sinfully...Addicted To All Male Romance
When these three finally settle down and start working together its an interesting mix of young minds, possessiveness, and dominance that helps keep them all in line and on the path to find and figure out what is really going on. And how to stop it before all hell breaks lose.
All three seem to work well together learning from each other, once they all talked about there feelings, hopes, dreams and fears. My one big complaint was the inner voice that they all seem to do, I found that annoying throughout the whole book.
I was given a copy in exchange for an honest review by Crystals Many reviews
I honestly felt really no connection between all three of these characters and I am not really sure why.. I love shifter books for the mating bond and the connection they feel to each other but for some reason I just did not get that with Daniel, Phillip or Shannon.
Shannon is the sheriff and also a owl shifter that catches Phillip the mountain lion and Daniel the Jaguar. They all work together to protect Kachina Wolf statue that for some reason some spirits and other people want. So there was some mystery, action with this book also. I am not really sure I liked the way they treated Phillip, he felt like more of a outsider to me with this ménage and that is one of the reasons I am so picky about ménages because I like to feel like they are all equal and I am not sure that I got that with this book..
To be honest this one just did not grab me at all unfortunately...
I received this book free in exchange for an honest review from Inked Rainbow Reads.
If I had one criticism, I would have like to know more about the Wilsons. Are they clones? Are they the same person?
All-in-all this is an exciting ride through New Mexico.