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Winter Solstice Menage (Black Hills Wolves #34): Winter Solstice Run) Kindle Edition
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I've never read anything from Louisa Bacio before, but I couldn't wait to dive in & see what I was getting. But once I started I couldn't put it down. Sugar is visiting her big brother Yas in Los Lobos, also hiding away from a deranged boyfriend. Her first night there, she mets Derek at the hot springs, her second day whilst helping her brother Yas in fixing up a house, she unknowingly meets Dereks twin brother.... Now that was a fun scene, one twin was shy & one was out going, they're not only both attracted to Sugar, but feel like she's the one. I was very intrigued & needed to find out what happens.
'Winter Solstice Menage' is book 34 in the "Black Hills Wolves" series, although I haven't read most of the books in this series, I was still able to understand & enjoy the story being told. It's also book 2 in the "Winter Solstice Run" collection. I really enjoyed reading 'Winter Solstice Menage' & also can't wait for the 5th book in this collection.
Sugar Collins has made yet another man mistake, but realised it before anything happened between them. Very quickly consigned to her list of ex-boyfriends, the weirdo Jerry wasn't prepared to stay there and became psycho stalker Jerry instead. To get away from him she decides to take her Christmas break from college as far from civilisation as she can get, so she's staying with her brother Yas and his mate Tala at the Wolf's Lair B&B in Los Lobos. Getting away from the antics of the newly mated pair, she takes Caress's suggestion and goes for a long soak in the natural hot springs known as the Water Hole. There she meets the hunkalicious Derek Baker and is immediately attracted to the brash love 'em and leave 'em wolf, but she's uncomfortable with what's happening and goes home. A case of mistaken identity the next day leads her to also have a seriously hot make-out session with the shy, gentle and totally inexperienced Tyler Baker, Derek's twin brother. Her wolf is happily laying claim to both men as her mates, but Sugar only planned on staying a couple of weeks, until Jerry gives up and finds someone else to harass, and really isn't looking for a long term relationship.
Derek is unusually drawn to Sugar, she may be his one and Tyler's wolf has declared she's the mate he's been waiting patiently for. Now what? Derek saw her first but Tyler can't back out as he usually would have. She's his mate and he won't willingly give her up, so he comes up with a plan for a moonlight picnic where she can get to know both of them and decide which one she wants. But it's really not that simple...
I don't want to give any spoilers here, but this wonderful holiday story is about three people who come together with love as Derek and Tyler discover that their destinies will always keep them together and Sugar finds that the restrictions placed on her and her wolf growing up in a human community haven't even come close to preparing her for the freedom and joy she finds in Los Lobos. There's a bad situation or two, a little life or death action, humour, lots of steamy bits and a terrific happily ever after for all three of them. I absolutely loved it and will be definitely be looking for more books by this author.