Title: Learning To Live
Series: Eternal Flame 11
Author: Cree Storm & Maggie Walsh
Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal
Length: Novella (164 Pages)
Publisher: Cree Storm & Maggie Walsh (May 6, 2018)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Blurb: Discovering that Snake and Ozcog are his mates makes things not just terrifying to Rory, but distracting, too, and distractions are the last thing Rory needs right now. A serial rapist is on the loose in both Crystal and Maddox and Rory needs every trick he knows to help find him. Ozcog and Snake are going to have to take a back seat, because no mate or threat to his life is going to stop Rory from doing what he needs to do to make his hometown safe again.
Review: Each book in the Eternal Flame collection features a new romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order. I would also suggest reading Eternal Flames Maddox series as it is connected.
When Rory was at college and his older brother over sea’s, the worst thing that could happen had happened to Rory. It left him afraid to get close to any man and even the idea of sex had given him severe panic attacks. Now there is a serial rapist out there and one of his good friends had been attacked. Robby had been rescued before the worst could happen, but Rory was determined to stop the man. He was human but knew of the paranormal world, but he never expected to be a mate to one let alone two men.
Snake was human and a teammate of Rory’s, but it wasn’t until Ozcog showed up to protect Rory, that he found out that he was Ozzie’s mate as well as Rory’s. But their little mate was hiding something, and boy was it something big. Their hearts hurt but was determined to protect Rory as well as the town.
As always this story caught my attention from the start and kept it all the way to the end. It gave me everything that I could want in a book and so much more. Action packed, danger filled, exciting and fascinating, with some pretty hot sexy scenes is just a bit of what you get with this book. Now I will admit that the amount of characters in this story can make it a bit hard to follow but it does help me to read the previous books once more before reading their new one. I loved the characters and their quirky attitudes, but will also admit that Timmy is still my favorite.
I had quite a bit of fun reading this and cannot wait to get my hands on the next book.