Reviewed by Morgan
Title: Coming in Third
Author: Amber Kell
Genre: MMM Paranormal
Length: 63 Pages
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Release Date: November 24, 2015
Available at: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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Blurb: Love sometimes comes in threes.
With his mother plotting to have him wed, Niall decides to sneak out of the fae palace and fulfill one of his greatest fantasies. At the Unconventional bar, he finds a pair of lion shifters looking to spice up their love life. Unable to resist the strong attraction between them, Niall lets the persuasive pair take him home.
Jovan and Luka have been searching for their third for years. When Niall stumbles into the bar, their shifter instincts tell them the innocent fae could be their long sought mate. After a sensual night together, they’re certain the beautiful man was fated to be theirs.
His guards fetch him from the shifters’ bed and Niall is taken away from the pair. Upset about Niall’s return to the palace and a possible arranged marriage, the lion shifters battle to decide their future—should they go and fetch their mate or let it only be the one-night stand Niall promised them?
Review: This was a very short and kind of strange novella.
Niall is a powerful fae prince who wants to give his virginity up to a couple – he wants his first sexual experience to be a threesome. So he goes to a bar on the eve before he’s to be forcibly married off to find a couple to play with.
He ends up finding a pair of lion shifters who think Niall is their fated “third”. They have super hot sex but Niall must leave to “face the music”.
Instead… he ends up rescued at the last moment and spared the horrible marriage and the three end up HEA.
What made it kind of strange was the rather quick mood changes from despair, to hope, to sexy times, to danger … because it was a short story we (the reader) got jerked around from scene to scene and it felt rather uneven.
I liked the characters and the idea of the story but felt it would have been better as a more drawn out, longer story.
Overall Impression: It was good
*I received a copy of this book from the publisher in return for a fair and honest review.*