Maxwell's Fall by Tielle St. Clare

Story: 8.5

Presentation: 9

Total: 17.5

Publisher: Ellora's Cave

Contemporary Paranormal Erotic

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Blurb:Never threaten a werewolf's mate. It just pisses him off.Mandy wants to prove her father's innocence and her friend Jackson has agreed to help. Only he's acting strange. In one day he's gone from "mild-mannered accountant" to "bad-boy sex god" and she can't keep her hands off him. Now every secret submissive fantasy she's ever had seems possible, even necessary. It's very distracting.Max came to Alaska to check on his twin.but Jackson's missing. When a cute little blonde mistakes him for his brother, he goes along with the charade. Mandy isn't Max's type. He likes bold and bitchy, not curvy and innocent. But he'll soon discover innocence hides some wicked tendencies.Now he's gotten himself into a real mess. He's sleeping with a woman who thinks he's his brother, his werewolf has developed a strange attraction for Jax's very best, very male friend and bad guys are after Mandy. This can't end well.

Review: Very feral, sexy and male. That is about the only way to sum up Max. Oh, and a Dom. Yummy, what better combination than a werewolf dom who knows exactly what he wants, even if it is a woman he normally wouldn't be attracted to and his brothers best friend. No doubt that the story was a good one and the sex........Holy Hard Cocks! I didn't know whether I was going to last long enough to read the first love scene. By the time it was over I was as spent as the lovers in the book! WOW! Talk about good writing

A total turn on with lots of great story in between. The ending could have been a little more final but hey, it works. And it left me wanting more, always a good sign.
*This story contains m/m, m/m/f, m/f/m and m/f....not to mention BDSM and anal.* The three of them stay pretty busy and it is smokin' to read.

Have fun with this one, but be sure to have some helping hands around when you are finished :)

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