- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- January 2012
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance
[Ménage Amour: Erotic Paranormal Ménage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, shape-shifters]
Lily never dreamed she would ever meet one man who would interest her more than her work does, let alone two. Meeting twin cops is not on her agenda, nor is creating more than a few hot memories. The lightning-fast romance is a surprise---the proposal an even bigger one.
Meeting the perfect mate was so unlikely. Morgan and Ian never imagined they would get so lucky. Will they be able to keep such a woman, or will the secret they are keeping steal away their chances for happiness?
Discovering that they are shape-shifters is frightening, but anger over their deceit quickly takes its place. Asking for space, Lilly could not foresee the tragedy that would strike the trio and could take the decision out of her hands. Will their dreams of happily ever after fall flat?
Mar 31, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
81 people found the following review helpful
A sweet beginning for Angela Wray, this debut novel is a promise of better things to come.
Lily is an independent woman who has spent the last year starting her bakery and hasn't had time for a personal life. She is perfectly happy spending all of her time at the bakery. But her assistant, Bess, has other plans for her, if she can just get her out of the bakery. While attending Bess's sixty-sixth birthday party, Lily meets her grandsons and the instant attraction is undeniable.
Twins Morgan and Ian aren't looking to settle down, but know as soon as they catch Lily's scent that she is the woman for them. They want to take things slow but can't deny the overwhelming need to take Lily as their own. The twins also have a secret and they are not sure that Lily will be able to accept it.
While the relationship in this story develops quickly, I had no problem believing in it. The heroes are very much alpha males and try to take over Lily's world, but she has no problem asserting herself and putting them back in their place. There are some frustrating moments when Lily, who is a smart, capable women is incredibly stupid. I felt that the world building was a little weak but blame that on the length of the novel. I found myself wanting to know more about the twins and their family and hope that Ms. Wray plans more books in this world.
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