[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Fantasy Paranormal Romance, M/M, HEA]
There are traitors within the United Council and it is up to MYSTIC Canada to find out who they are and take them down. If not, all MYSTIC agents around the world could die, leaving the community sector at the mercy of not only the Nefarious but the Councilmen, as well.
Detective Mark Franklin is one of the few born without any gifts. But everyone knows he is the only man that can infiltrate the Council and find out who is behind the attacks on their sister agency.
However, when Xavior makes a comment about a non-gifted man being unable to do the job, Mark becomes infuriated and says he will not mate with a man that has no faith or belief in him.
Can Xavior fix his blunder and earn Mark’s trust back, or will his mate walk into a possible death trap, alone, just to prove a point—and die in the process?
Trust in His Mate MYSTIC Canada was Cree Storm's newest creation and a nice addition to the MYSTIC series. Life's been crazy for the men of MYSTIC since the group was formed- bad guys running amok, man's ability to procreate, and mates found.
Xavior and Mark discovered they were mates but fear of unknown possibilities had both men denying their union. Soon they discover it was better to be together and forge forward.
I am enjoying this series and the new addition did not disappoint. Ms. Storm's world building was detailed with enough information delivered to keep this reader intrigued and with the desire to want more.
A few editing issues but nothing too distracting from the overall enjoyment of the book. I look forward to the next story.
Sexy and Sizzling
A four handcuff review
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