Two Fangs and a Hoof

Joyee Flynn
Two Fangs and a Hoof
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Siren Publishing
Release Date
June 2011
Book 4 of Midnight Matings
LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Vamps & Shifters Romance

The Gathering is called. The spell is cast. There is no escaping the Midnight Matings.
Shea Mayer suddenly finds himself the prize in a game of tug-of-war. He doesn't want to be the chew toy of one vampire, much less two. Despite Shea's protests, they each stake their claim.
Calin and Dustin have been living on their own since their coven tried to kill them for being gay. Now they find themselves once again being rejected by someone who is supposed to love them.
Will Shea, Calin, and Dustin find a way to navigate the twisted path forced upon them by their leaders, or will they remain lost—and lose everything that could be?

Book Review by Tyra Berger
Aug 19, 2011   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
96 people found the following review helpful
Joyee Flynn's next installment in the Midnight Matings series is TWO FANGS AND A HOOF and it's my favorite of this next trilogy set. The characters were sweet and we definitely get something new in having an herbivore shifter. Their relationship may have gotten off to a less than ideal beginning but the reward is worth it in the end.

Shea Mayer can't believe he is the chew toy in a tug of war between two vampires and he isn't happy having a mating forced upon him. He also can't understand how these two still wet behind the ears youngsters got the jump on him.

Calin and Dustin are so thrilled to have a mate they can't understand why Shea isn't as happy as they are. Having been ostracized from their coven for being gay they just want someone to love them forever.

Once Shea gets to know his mates and hears their story, he understands better why they did what they did and forgives them. But it might be a case of too little too late and he may lose his mates forever.

There were several interesting twists in this story. Like Shea not being able to feed his mates properly because of the lack of protein in his diet due to his being an herbivore. I also thought it odd that this wasn't common knowledge and things like this might also explain the Elders wish that the paranormals intermingle. Shea's feelings at the beginning of the book were completely justified; I think I would have been as angry as he was if I had been in his place. And yes, he may have forgiven his mates a little quickly after hearing their story, but I just wanted to hug them myself so I was ok with that.

This book was by far the best edited Joyee Flynn book that I have read and I hope that bodes well for future books from this publisher. So if you like your stories with a little ménage and a little kink I think you will enjoy this installment in the Midnight Matings series.
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