Damien thought he was crazy when he went to sleep in 2015 and awoke in 1915. As if that wasn't enough, Damien has to grasp he is surrounded by wolf shifters and two of them are his mates. Not knowing, if they follow through, everyone could die.
Alpha Asher, of East Capulet, has known that Alpha Asa, from West Capulet is his mate he could never have. Their packs have been at war for over 100 years. Banished to this realm, as a result of their war, or so they thought.
When Damien has a meltdown, Asher calls Asa in to help him. They cannot resist the mating pull any longer and the three become one. A Magic spell takes effect they did not know was written in the ancient logs the Elders hold and refuse to hand over.
Can the mates get what they need to save everyone or will they die trying to find out the secret?
Damien’s Past Mates by Cree Storm took me by surprise. I wasn’t sure how a book that tosses a person back in time one hundred years would work out without blurring of the lines of past/present. Cree Storm pulled it off.
Recently finding his lover in bed with not one, but two men sends Damien rushing from his home and onto the path to his future. Car broken down on the side of the rode, Damien follows a light which leads him to Capulet. While in Capulet, Damien discovers an unknown world and his two mates.
Asher and Asa were wonderful characters. Strong alpha wolves- struggling with the knowledge that their packs are enemies yet they are mates. When Damien comes into their lives the men realize he is their mate and soon Damien becomes the glue that holds them together.
Ms. Storm did a nice job of making sure the past characters did not know what future Damien spoke of as he attempted to explain the nuances of 2015. The action was well-described and kept me intrigued as a reader.
Together the trio was loving and sexy. Insta-love, but Ms. Storm did a nice job of explaining this in the book.
I look forward to reading more in the Capulet series.
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