- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- November 2011
LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Vamps & Shifters Romance
Benji ran away from Stellan three years ago when he discovered that they were mates. Not because he didn't want the alpha as his mate but because Stellan refused But now Benji's in trouble and his sexy mate may be the only thing that can save him.
Stellan wanted Benji the moment he met him but Benji didn't have the mating scent. Reluctantly, Stellan agreed to mate with someone else. When he receives a desperate phone call telling him that Benji is in trouble, he wants to ignore it but he can't. Despite everything, he still has feelings for Benji.
Kody is a rogue lion working for the council enforcing their rules. When he receives a call from Alpha Stellan to go check on Benji, a man that disappeared three years ago, Kody agrees. What he finds when he arrives is a mess so terrible, he has nothing left to do but call in the alpha, especially when Kody learns that both Benji and Stellan are his mates.
It will take the three of them to save Benji from the men bent on destroying him, but it will take their love for each other to heal the wounds between them.
Jun 13, 2012 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
135 people found the following review helpful
The premise of this book held a lot of promise, but unfortunately, inconsistencies in this story was its downfall.
Benji is a lion shifter and has been rejected by the man he knows is his mate, so he leaves his pride and moves 300 miles away to try and start over. Instead of his farm being a safe haven for him, he is continually beaten up by the town bully who just happens to be the brother of the sheriff. When a local lion calls Stellan and informs him that Benji is in trouble, the Alpha sends Kody, one of his enforcers, to check on Benji. Once Kody sees the trouble Benji is having, all he wants to do is protect the man. When Stellan finally arrives and the men realize that they are a triad, that's when things really go to hell.
After everything that Benji had been through, he should have come across as sympathetic; instead he just came across as pathetic. Stellan came across as having multiple personalities; he flip-flopped so much. Kody was the only saving grace of the trio, as he was strong and protective and level headed.
My biggest problem with this story wasn't the characters but the inconsistency in the storyline. The whole Alpha mates have no scent… then they do but NOT to the Alpha… then we flipped back to no scent at all. The Alpha mates weren't supposed to be able to shift until they were claimed but Kody was able to shift and nobody said anything about him not having a scent. It was also never explained why Benji was such an outcast in his pride even before Stellan became the alpha.
I am usually a big fan of Stormy Glenn but this story just didn't work for me.
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