Published March 27th, 2009 by Siren Publishing
Amazon Kindle: 115 Pages
Genre: MM Romance, Erotica, Menage, Paranormal, Fantasy, MMM Romance, Shapeshifters, Romance, Gay Fiction, Gay Romance, Gay Fiction, LGBT
SYNOPSIS FROM GOODREADS
After watching his alpha and beta almost lose their mate, Thomas decides he needs some time alone. Driving across country, he discovers Micah, a human that smells like dark chocolate and summer rain. He knows immediately that Micah is his mate but before he can claim him, he has to get Micah’s sexy little butt out of trouble.
They are attacked by a band of bullies. In his bid to protect his mate, Thomas reveals his true nature to the bullies and to Micah. Afterwards, he has to call in reinforcements to help clean up the mess. It comes in the form of Caleb Hunter, alpha of the Hunter Pack and Micah’s other mate.
But Micah’s human. Isn’t he?
I love me some good romance in audiobook form. This was not the exception and even made me laugh a couple of times. I can’t even imagine how Stormy Glenn managed to do that but she did, and with Dorian Bane’s amazing voice behind it all *melting*
Not the first book I’ve read of Stormy Glenn and definitively not the last. I jumped into this particular Tri-Omega series by reading Forbidden Desires but this is my favorite so far.
“Are you house broken?” – Micah
Micah is funny, there is no other way around it.
“My fur ball has spoken.” – Micah
The kid is not only cute, he is hilarious. The nicknames for his mates are just on point and you wouldn’t believe what comes out of his mouths sometimes. He does have an annoying side of course: he reacts, he doesn’t think much before going off on people.
Thomas is an enigma to me at the beginning because like I’ve said before, I started this series jumping, without reading from the first book in the correct order. Thomas is a centered man in my opinion, he can also be a bit impulsive but mostly he has his head firmly over his shoulders.
Caleb, as the Alpha of the Hunter Pack, doesn’t tolerate surprises well and Micah was not only a surprise but also a challenge, because the little man is just… reactive.
Things go well in the end, which I like in books, but the journey to that was very interesting to read/hear about. I’ve shaken my head, cursed and laugh at the characters in this story during the whole 4 hours of audiobook.
Honesty has always been my policy and in this case I’m pretty sure that if I’ve read the book, without the audio, I would have given it a lower rating.
Now, don’t get me wrong, the book was funny and delightful, obviously if it wasn’t the audiobook, no matter how skilled the narrator, wouldn’t have made a difference in my opinion.
In this case, the book itself has a 3.5 rating in my scale. With the audiobook, narrated by no other than Dorian Bane, the book gets a solid 4 in my rating.
Now, let me tell you something about this narrator *sigh with a smile* He has a variety of tones to his voice but that deep rumble when he hits the low tones just makes my skin prickle and my toes curl. Don’t believe me? Go listen to the free sample of any of his work.
Now, what other book by Stormy Glenn should I give a try? Or another book completely? I want to hear/read your recommendations in the comments, please 🙂
I’m a writer of Erotic, Contemporary, Elf, Fantasy, Futuristic, M/M, Ménage a Trois, Paranormal, Sci/Fi, Shifter, Suspense, Vampire, and Werewolf Romances. I’m currently published with Siren Publishing, Torquere Press, and Ellora’s Cave.
I create stories, romances, and dreams because that’s what I believe in. I also believe the only thing sexier than a man in cowboy boots is two, or three men in cowboy boots. I believe in love at first sight, soul mates, true love, and happy endings and that’s what I like to write about.