- Jessica Lee
- Release Date
- July 2013
- Book 3 of KinKaid Wolf Pack
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance
Landry Michaels, lead enforcer for the KinKaid pack has a secret. Well…make that more than one. He's in love with the alpha's sister, Rosa. And his best friend, Kaleb. It wouldn't be so bad if having either of them was in the realm of possibility. Landry's past, and his present, contain one too many stains, making him a bad fit for the pack's beauty. And when it comes to Kaleb… The fact the male is straight is only the beginning of why he's "hands off".
Kaleb Dalton is a male who has it all. A great family. A job that allows him to work every day with his best friend, Landry. Everything should be perfect, right? Except for the fantasies about his partner that plague his days, and the desires for Rosa that taunt him in his dreams. Two people, if he had half a brain, who should not be on his short list for potential lovers.
Ever since she was a little girl, Rosa Kinkaid has had Landry and Kaleb's attention, but it was never anything serious. They were friends. Besides, there had always been plenty of time for her to choose a lover—a mate. Her family needed her, and they came first. Until now... Rosa's going into heat.
But that's not her only problem. The KinKaid and Gregorson pack are on the verge of war, and there are long-buried family secrets, feelings, and hidden desires rising to the surface along with Rosa's heat. Some will be shocking, and others, more disturbing than any of them are prepared to handle.
Oct 27, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
122 people found the following review helpful
This author has a slightly different take on the usual story of werewolves. This is book three in the series and this series must be read in order to establish the relationships found in this book.
This book focuses on Rosa, Alpha Evin's sister, who is going into her first heat. She of course thinks that she can handle it without help. And she'd love to have either, or better still, both of her brother's enforcers as a mate, but won't make a choice of one over the other. But she'll need to do something fast, because the deeper into her heat she goes, the less of a chance she'll get to choose her mate. For the first male to mate her keeps her.
Kaleb is straight, he thinks, except maybe where fellow enforcer Landry is concerned. Landry is gay and has Kaleb firmly on the hands off shelf, as he's straight, right? But both would love a chance at Rosa, their friend forever and a chance to mate her. But neither one wants to upset the balance of their friendship. There had never been a ménage in the pack, and all are afraid to tip the balance.
I was happy to read the continuation of this series, and I would have given it a fourth star but after the trouble that Evin had with his mating of a male, I would have thought he would have supported Rosa's mating more. That he didn't bothered me. Other than that, the story was just as enjoyable to read, the characters as engaging as they were in the previous stories. It's well worth reading.
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