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review 2017-02-20 10:31
Deciding Her Faete (Beyond The Veil #2) by Elena Kincaid, Maia Dylan, & Sarah Marsh
Deciding Her Faete - Elena Kincaid,Sarah Glenn Marsh,Maia Dylan
Deciding Her Faete is the story of Donovan, the Beta of Gabe's Pack who we met in book 1, his brother Jason, and their mate April. It starts off straight-forward - April is their mate, kidnapped by the evil Kheelan, together with Jason. Donovan has to rescue them both. Sounds simple, doesn't it? Trust me, it's not. There is one helluva plot to this book, and it is full on action - whether that is inside the bedroom or out! We re-meet characters from book, noticeably Corrinne, Gabe, Erica and her mates. We also learn the cost that Erica has had to pay for using her healing gifts to get rid of Alefric. 
 
This is once again smoothly written, with no transitions visible as it changes from one author to the next. The storyline itself is intriguing and complex, offering so much more still to come. This is a story in and of itself, although it does lead nicely onto the next book. This is turning out to be a wonderful series, and definitely recommended by me.
 
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
 
Merissa
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#Adult, #Paranormal, #Romance, #Ménage, 4 out of 5 (very good)

 

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review 2017-02-20 10:28
Chasing Faete (Beyond The Veil #1) by Elena Kincaid, Maia Dylan, & Sarah Marsh
Chasing Faete - Elena Kincaid,Sarah Glenn Marsh,Maia Dylan
Chasing Faete is the first book in the Beyond the Veil series, written seamlessly by three authors. We meet Erica after she has escaped her home realm, after being imprisoned by the False King for years. She has also been tortured by his Captain, and so looks forward to her revenge. She is saved from an outnumbered fight by two wolves, and they all find out that they are mated. However, they don't get their HEA straight away as Erica has obligations to her kingdom. 
 
We meet three different shifter groups, plus the Elven characters. Each group is incredibly well written, with their characteristics well described. I have no idea which author wrote which bit, but this is all to the good. It really is seamless, going from one scene to the next, from one character to the next smoothly. As the first novella in a new series, this book has a lot of work to do to give the reader an idea of the world in which it belongs, but Chasing Faete does an amazing job of this. Not only that, but it leads nicely onto the next book, definitely leaving you wanting more. Recommended by me.
 
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
 
Merissa
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#Adult, #Paranormal, #Romance, #Ménage, 4 out of 5 (very good)

 

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review 2017-02-20 08:16
Remembering Melaina [Grey River 8] (Grey River #8) by Maia Dylan
Remembering Melaina - Maia Dylan
Remembering Melaina continues where The Trouble with Parris finished. Only now we see the situation from Melaina, Grant, and Kyle's point of view. We also go back in time for a short while to understand what has happened, and why. We start off with Melaina being held in a hospital, under the impression that she is actually Melissa and she has killed someone called Grant. This feels all wrong to her, but she doesn't know why as she can't remember anything at all. Grant and Kyle are being held away from Melaina, with collars on that inhibit their wolf and their bond. Occasionally though, they are able to hear or feel each other, which helps Melaina when she needs it most. This triad has issues to overcome, as well as bringing Melaina and Xanthe's madman father down too.
 
As you might have gathered, this book is full of action. My heart broke for Grant and Kyle at the beginning, but I loved how it turned out. This was a wonderful twist to the bond that I have read so much about. With a fantastic climax to the story about Aristos, you are still left wanting more. There are at least two more Grey River stories that I need, including Pepper! With a gripping pace and full of humour, this was a fantastic book and is definitely recommended by me. 
 
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
 
Merissa
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@Maiadylanauthor, @TRRtweet, #Adult, #Paranormal, #Romance, #Ménage, 5 out of 5 (exceptional)

 

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review 2017-02-20 08:13
The Trouble with Parris [Grey River 7] (Grey River #7) by Maia Dylan
The Trouble with Parris - Maia Dylan
The Trouble with Parris is an exciting story, filled with action and adventure, innocence and heat, and comes complete with a side-swipe that I did not see coming! Parris is one of Melaina's 'sisters', a bond formed by circumstances rather than by blood, but no less strong for it. She has made her way to Grey River after the ones that she 'works' for think she has died. She takes this opportunity to see Melaina one last time, but a seizure comes on before she can contact her. She is found by Rhys and Jase, who realise that she is their mate. The Quickening kicks in, and there is no way in hell that they will allow anything to hurt Parris. The danger is not over though, so Melaina goes to try and rescue the last sister that is still being held, Pepper. 
 
This book is full of action, with Melaina's story continuing as a small sideline. Parris is very strong, although she doesn't see it. She is the perfect mix of innocence and strength, and although she has seen and done things that no one should have to, it hasn't changed her. Well written, with plenty of things going on to keep your interest, this book is a wonderful addition to the Grey River series. Definitely recommended by me.
 
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *
 
Merissa
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@Maiadylanauthor, @TRRtweet, #Adult, #Paranormal, #Romance, #Ménage, 5 out of 5 (exceptional)

 

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review 2017-02-12 20:13
A VALENTINE FOR TWO: Contemporary Menage Box Set
A Valentine for Two: Contemporary Menage Box Set - Lia Davis,Angelica Dawson,Auriella Skye,Sara Wylde,TL Reeve,Cassandra Carr,N Kuhn,Amy Brent,Riley Murthy,Kim Carmichael

This is a fun Valentine Day themed box set.  While A Valentine for Two has a common manage/Valentine Day theme; the stories are all very different.  You have a little of everything: romance, erotica, drama, humor, sports, and paranormal. 

 

Here is a list of the stories and authors whose books are included in the set:

Red Hot Pleasures by Lia Davis

Old Flame Burns Again by Angelica Dawson

Love for Her Billionaires by Auriella Skye

Poor White Trash by Sara Wylde

A Valentine’s Deal by T. L. Reeve

Two on One Breakaway by Cassandra Carr

Her Valentine Surprise by N. Kuhn

Heart Of Glass by Riley Murphy

Three is a Charm by Amy Brent

Triad by Kim Carmichael

 

I admit, I was drawn to the box set because of Cassandra Carr’s TWO ON ONE BREAKAWAY.  I follow her hockey romances and was excited for this new story that was tied into her Buffalo Storm series.  It was my favorite book in the anthology and an excellent addition to the Storm series.  Two hockey teammates, Derek Gant and Ian Terry, were into sharing a woman.  They meet Haley, who has never been in a ménage relationship before. I enjoyed the chemistry between the threesome.  There were some fascinating relationship, business, and hockey situations (like trades) that made the story interesting.  I love that previous Storm characters played a role throughout the story.  If you have not read this series, the book works as a standalone. 

 

The only other authors included in the box set whose work I have read before are Lia Davis and Angelica Dawson.  I enjoyed being exposed to so many new authors.  This is a great steamy read that is appropriately titled.  I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

 

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