Series: White Horse Clan, #3
Author: Lynn Stark
Genre: Paranormal / Ménage a Trois
Length: Novella (141 pages)
Publisher: Siren-BookStrand, Inc (June 29th 2014)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 4.5 Hearts
Blurb: Marrok Rycroft arrived at the isolated farm to provide protection to the White Horse Clan. There have been attacks on several of the members of the clan, and he is determined to use his magic to help. Now he just has to ignore Marcus Northcliff, the man who broke his heart over two hundred years ago.
If the danger to those living on the farm hadn’t been so great, Marcus would not have brought his mate there. He didn’t want to relive the pain. Nothing had changed in over two hundred years. Or had it? Could they work through his fears to give them a chance to be together?
Thorn Townsend is a jaguar shifter, a natural hunter who uses his skills to stop those hunting shifters and killing them for trophies. When he settles in a new town to care for young family members, he discovers that he has not one mate, but two.
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Review: This book is part of a series and should be read in order.
Marrok is a powerful wizard who has come to the clan to help protect them from magical attacks. Also there is his mate Marcus a thousands year old griffin. They never completed their mating because of issues Marcus has. On a trip to town, Marrol meets his second mate, Thorn a jaguar shifter.
Thorn is in town helping to raise the children of his deceased sister. It is up to Thorn to bridge the divide between Marrok and Marcus so that all three can complete their mating. However, there are several issues they all have to deal with from the outside. Someone is using magic to attack the clan and Thorn has hunters to catch before they kill more shifters.
Marcus has built a wall around himself to keep others out and protect himself. Not even for his mate Marrok would he bring it down. It’s not until Thorn comes into the picture that he is forced to step up or watch as his mates find happiness without him.
When the three of them finally get their acts together, they start burning up the pages. The sex is very descriptive and doesn’t leave anything to the imagination. There is a reason Marcus is the way he is, and it’s a bit sad. It takes both Marrok and Thorn to help him overcome his resistance. Not to say there are not points when I wanted to smack him upside his head.
Marrok, Marcus, and Thorn are my favorite threesome so far in this series. I loved their relationship. All three men are very strong on their own, but together they make each other stronger. I also the secondary characters. Some are just so interesting and funny you can’t help loving them and wanting to learn more about them. At the rate the clan is growing I am hopeful there will be many more in this series.
A well-written and fast-paced book that draws you in and leaves you wanting more. I personally cannot wait for the next release in the series.