Answering His Song by Frey Ortega

answeringhissongTitle: Answering His Song
Series: Caer Tarw, #2
Author: Frey Ortega
Genre: Paranormal/ Ménage a Trois/ Shape Shifter
Length: Novella (111 Pages)
Publisher: Siren/Bookstrand Publishing (October 8, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥4.5 Hearts
Blurb: One day, Caer Tarw guest and sparrow shifter Merritt Lang finds himself in a bit of a predicament. Thinking he is alone, he hums a little tune. What he doesn’t know is that there are two Minotaurs nearby, and for inexplicable reasons, they’re drawn to his voice.

David Finley and Connor Monaghan are Minotaurs. They’re also best friends and sometimes lovers. Connor is surly and foul-tempered. David is the one who has to keep him grounded. When they hear Merritt’s song, however, the two of them find themselves mesmerized… and almost drown themselves in the process.

Merritt is distraught. Not only has this never happened before, but now he finds himself with the attention of David and Connor who want to get to the bottom of things, and who want him as their third. To make matters worse, unanswered questions pile up. Problems begin to occur. Caer Tarw is no longer safe.

How will the two Minotaurs answer Merritt’s song?

ISBN: 978-1-63259-786-1

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: Each book in the Caer Tarw collection features a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.

There is nothing better than a good paranormal romance with gorgeous men involved. In fact it is three gorgeous men. The world this author has written about fascinated me and had me wishing to be there also. This story was unique in the fact that the characters are Minotaurs and a little rabbit. And let’s not forget that when Minotaurs mate they get their mates pregnant and not with just one baby either.

Merrit got the letter to come to Caer Tarw and see if he was a mate to two Minotaurs. Merrit is a little sparrow shifter who has no clue what he can do. He has no idea about mates. He starts to hum a tune, which calls two very big Minotaurs towards him. He had not known what his tune could do.

David and Connor have always been best friends and were lovers when they were in the mood. They wanted each other, but knew that they needed a third. A third that could calm their beast. They had not known that a tune would almost have them drowning, but they were a bit more surprised by the little sparrow whose call summoned them. On top of that there was danger coming for their little mate.

I have no trouble recommending this title…and all the books in this series.
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