Saturday, May 28, 2016

S.E.X. Review~ The Rules for Mating by Cree Storm

Trent and Kalib have known for some time they are mates. However, they can't seem to stop arguing long enough to make it official. Maybe the rules of mating the others have set for them can help them make it work. A Canadian vacation is suggested to help Trent and Kalib find the time to talk and maybe figure out if they are really meant to be. 

An attack on the Canadian Mystic agents interferes with their alone time. A few agents are hurt and another man, Keith, is injured and almost dies. Needing answers, Trent uses the infatuation Keith seems to have for him in order to gain information about the Eliminators and the part the Council may be playing in the attacks. 

What will happen when Keith finds out that the only man for Trent is in the other room?

Just when you thought things couldn’t be more awry, MYSTIC turned into a whole other level of craziness with a surprising game-changer.

The Rules for Mating brought Trent and Kalib together along with the crew of MYSTIC US and Canada, infusing new characters with interesting abilities.

What I enjoyed about the series was that Cree Storm created a world that was very human with a paranormal twist sans the typical shifters.

The MYSTIC crew have varying abilities stemming from a meteor strike of the earth. A world with no women, each man will eventually fall for a mate and have the potential to procreate.

The Rules of Mating was action-packed both in the bedroom and out. Comical elements infiltrated the seriousness of the situation Trent and Kalib found themselves in, as they traversed their tenuous relationship.

New life came forth as did new friends.

Ms. Storm delivered a nicely written sci-fi-esque tale that leave you wanting to come back for more. Each book is a standalone, but I recommend reading them in order.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review


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