Sunday, February 19, 2017

S.E.X. Review~ Blue Rey by Cree Storm

Nothing in life comes for free....Rey had never felt as if he fit in anywhere. Even learning he had two brothers didn't really change that. However, having Dustin and Winter brought into his life helped ease his loneliness. The day Rey was told that these two men were his life mates was scary, yet amazing. Finally he would not have to go through life only able to count on himself...he would have his hippo and shark shifter mates to help him every step of the way....but it would definitely come at a cost. 
Dustin hurt for his mate. He knew the little red panda shifter was sad and felt like an outcast in Haven. That couldn't be further from the truth, but he didn't know how to help him through it. Going to Winter, the two men came up with a plan. However soon that plan was put on hold. 
They had all been warned that it was up to them to help save the paranormal/shifter world. However, being forced to go to the one Island no one ever entered, was not something any of them had planned out or thought through. It was just a fact that there was no choice if their destiny was to be fulfilled. The question was would they even make it to the Island alive and even if they did, would they live to tell about it.

Blue Rey, the next installment in the Haven Ranch series by Cree Storm further took the reader into the lives of three brothers. Destined to mate two men and save the shifter world, Rey, the introverted sibling was thrust into a new world with insecurities, destinies, and a dose of love. I definitely recommend the books be read in order as they are a HFN with a continued arc throughout the series.

Ms. Storm built a fascinating world of shifters- new and old- in which their mutual understanding and acceptance was paramount to their survival. The overall premise was well- developed and delivered. My only drawback was the lack of editing in the book. An abundance of mistakes took me out of the story more than once, and created a disjointedness in the reading.

Sexy and Sizzling
A three and a half handcuff review 

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