- Siren-Bookstrand, Inc.
- Release Date
- June 2011
- Book 4 of Welcome to Sanctuary
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance
Army veteran and midwife Autumn Ryan's spirit is shattered. She just wants to find a cave to hide in. Instead, her father sends her to Sanctuary, where everyone is expectantly waiting for Spring to give birth to the next generation of Sullivan shape-shifting Irish Wolfhounds. As soon as she meets them, Autumn is drawn to Evan and Frank. For the first time in her life, she feels a contentment and peace she's searched the world over for.
Frank and Evan envied their brothers but discounted the possibility that the last Ryan sibling would be their mate. Then Autumn walks into their furniture-making shop, and all they can think about is claiming their mate. But Autumn has painful secrets haunting her.
Can they heal their woman and find the kind of happiness their brothers have found? Will she stay long enough to help Spring have her babies? Or will she cut and run?
Note! Even though each title in the Welcome to Sanctuary series is stand-alone, we recommend reading this book in sequential order.
Nov 14, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
94 people found the following review helpful
AUTUMN HEALING is a short menage read where events unfold and romance blossoms at warp speed.
In the hidden valley of Sanctuary lives 4 sets of twins who are also Irish Wolfhound shifters who are each in search of a mate to share. AUTUMN HEALING, the fourth and final book in the Welcome to the Sanctuary series, is where the final set of twins find their mate.
After a series of events leads to her sudden departure from the army, Autumn takes a good look in the mirror and realizes she doesn't like the person staring back at her. Autumn decides to make a change by cutting out all men in her life. In an attempt to give her something else to focus on and help to pull her out of her funk, Autumn's father ships her off to Sanctuary to aid in the birth of her sister's children, the next generation of shape-shifting Irish Wolfhounds.
In Sanctuary, she feels at peace with her life for the first time in a long time. When she steps out of her car, her senses are bombarded with the very enticing pheromones of twin brothers, Frank and Evan. The twins smell good enough to eat and look equally delicious. When she walks into their furniture shop, she feels like she's a hot meal to the starving men. Too bad for them, because she has sworn off men individually, much less 2 of them but their eyes say they don't care what she says because they are ready to devour her.
I am well aware of how quickly things progress in the paranormal world, but they went from "Hi" to "My nipples are aching" in record time. I feel that this story would benefit from a little more character and plot development. It just didn't have enough of a story to really pull me in. It was just okay for me, I wasn't wowed. The fact that I was able to read it in one sitting without putting it down kept it from being in the 2 star range.
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