Discovering the body of the man Law had always looked at as the father he never knew was a rough day. Finding out that the man was not who he said he was, was even harder. Now he is told that the only way he can keep his home and help his people is if he mates with not only one of the sexy men sitting across from him but also a man he has fought and argued with since the day he arrived on the Refuge/Ranch.
Shaw didn't know what the hell fate was thinking asking him to mate with Law and a young man he had never laid eyes on before. He didn't know if he could do it. Even after being told that the fate of all shifters and paranormals depended on him doing just that.
Then shots are fired, and people are fighting for their very lives. Can Law, Shaw, and Midnight come together as fate has deemed or will the shifter world cease to exist?
I thoroughly enjoyed Cree Storm's Midnight Madness~ book 1 in her new series Haven Ranch. Three brothers abandoned at birth and raised by humans found themselves in the middle of a shifter war/prophesy settling in a new town which they inherited from their natural father. Along with their inheritance came the responsibility of an entire town of shifters and their new mates.
It appears that each book in the series will be a trio with each brother receiving his own book.
Midnight, Sky, and Rey will mate with two shifters who've resided on the ranch and fulfill the prophesy to stop the war and help perpetuate the shifter race.
The world building was well developed and the characters exuded personality. At bit of formatting issues and a HFN with the anticipation of an HEA, Midnight Madness was worth the read.
Sexy and Sizzling
A four handcuff review
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