[Ménage Amour ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/M, fantasy, time travel, shape-shifters, spanking, HEA]
Ira discovers his mates have had a spell cast on them by a madman bent on destroying CAPULET. This spell not only prevents them from recognizing him as their mate, but also threatens their lives.
Nathan and Cain don't understand the feelings running through them every time they look at Ira. Nathan's guilt causes him to lash out at the man every chance he gets and Cain just ignores Ira in fear he will betray his mating even more than he already has. Traipsing through the forests of the magic lands, Ira, Nathan, and Cain must work together to find this cure and obtain the log book needed by the Alphas of CAPULET.
Can Ira find the cure to the spell placed on his mates before it kills them? Will the three men ever find the log book they need to take back to their home? Or will Elder Roy beat them to it and take the cure with him?
A Siren Erotic Romance
Cain, Nathan and Ira are mates stuck in the midst of the spell casted upon their homeland thus fully preventing their safety and leading them on an adventure to find the missing scrolls.
The Magical Mating, Capulet # 2 leads the reader further into adventure as Cree Storm introduced new characters to expand the circle and series.
I enjoyed the book but found myself a bit overwhelmed with all the people introduced or in the scenes. At times I had to reread a scene in order to keep track of who was whom and how the person fit in.
Additionally, the first book, Damien’s Past Mates delivered more of the 1915 speak as opposed to The Magical Mating. TMM was written more modern, forgetting the year was 1915.
I enjoyed the symmetry and chemistry between Nathan, Cain and Ira. The men were loving and sexual. The ending picked up and took off when Damien’s modern-day friends arrived in Capulet. I look forward to reading their story.
The Magical Mating left this reader wanting a bit more but was still an enjoyable read.
Frisky but nothing to Kinky
A three and a half handcuff review