Title: Changing His Reality
Series: Reality # 1
Author: Sophie Martin
Genre: Ménage a Trois/Quatre/Paranormal/ Shape-shifter, Vampires/Werewolves
Length: Novella (138 pages)
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc. (October 14th, 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥3.75Hearts
Blurb: Jason Thorne lost his emotions four years ago. After getting kidnapped and then meeting and rescuing two men—vampire’s personal slave Toby and tiger-shifting Tyler—he suddenly discovers he’s starting to get his feelings back. When the three men move in together, the attraction between them grows. But Jason is afraid of losing his feelings again and he doesn’t want to act on it.
When Tyler Rhodes agreed to help search for his friend’s missing brother he didn’t expect to be caught, locked in a cage in his tiger form and starved. Only Toby smuggling him food kept him from dying. When both Tyler and Toby got rescued by Jason and his mysterious powers, Tyler is determined to do everything he can to convince his men that relationship between them can work.
In all the chaos that comes next, its Toby and Tyler’s task to convince Jason that they can make it work and change his emotionless reality forever.
Product Link: http://www.bookstrand.com/changing-his-reality
Review: Interesting story about a supposed human, Jason, who loses all his emotions when he was 25 and can now do some kind of mind magic, getting kidnapped by a human trafficking vampire’s goons and being able to escape and rescue all the others that were taken as well. He rescues Tyler, a tiger shifter and Toby a human from the vampire and they become his mates.
I didn’t understand how Jason became an Alpha when the story kept mentioning which paranormal creature he wasn’t but never elaborated as to what he actually was. I did like the fact that so many different paranormals and humans came together to help others that were kidnapped though.
Action packed with mystery and danger. Although I loved, the story I felt it was a little confusing at times, as the book needs a little editing because some sentences throughout the book don’t make sense with both spelling errors and omitted words that should be there. Other than that, it was a good read.
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