Gay Paranormal, Shape-shifter
Blurb: A SPECIAL NEW YEAR TRIPLE TREAT
Avery Donovan has escaped after being held captive almost thirty years. He is injured and on the run seeking refuge. While making his way across a ranch in southern Montana, he catches the unique smell of his mates. Alone and scared, he decides to trust fate and follow the scent of his men.
Childhood friends, Cord Hartwell and Tyson Fitzgerald, have spent decades denying their feelings for each other until one day, an injured saber tooth tiger shows up on their front porch, shifts into a gorgeous man, and changes their lives. Avery has forty-eight hours to convince them he is their mate and claim them, or he will die.
Will Cord and Ty finally admit their feelings for each other and their desire for Avery, or will they continue to deny their feelings and risk losing their chance at happiness?
Review: Good story with good characters that Joyee Flynn penned with style and flair. I think this story will be a great read for those who love hot erotic ménage sex scenes, a bit of suspense and good writing.
The opening is strong and I like how Avery initiates the “encounter.” His open, free spirit is remarkable considering what he’s been through in captivity. Cord and Ty are a couple even if they didn’t openly admit it. They were together because they wanted to be and when Avery comes into their lives, they realize how much more is between them…between all three of them.
I will say that there are times when the characters lose their maleness and the story becomes too sappy and sweet (I love men who act like men). Maybe it was all the cuddling and Avery being carried around. Avery had to be strong to endure his captivity and from the hints and information we’re given, it was a horrible existence. For him to them be needy and clingy seemed out of character. I preferred him when he was sassy and determined. He was fighting for his life and freedom knowing he was still hunted. All this makes for great suspense, so in those parts the story had me riveted.
When you reach the ah-ha moment, where you know why the book is titled Here, Kitty Kitty, I think you’ll smile just like I did.
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