Reviewed by Susan65
Title: Maxi’s Glass Heart
Author: Maggie Walsh
Series: Sanctuary #1
Genre: MMM Paranormal
Length: 153 Pages
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Release Date: February 9, 2017
Available at: Siren-Bookstrand
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Blurb: Maxi is a small shifter who has come to Sanctuary in hopes of starting a new life and to find his mates. He is happily surprised when, on the same day, he meets both of his mates: Valor, a very large, sexy fae warrior, and Travis, a gorgeous wolf shifter who is a trainee at the facility in Sanctuary.
One passionate night together turns out to be a moment of pain for Maxi. Once his mates are done having their fun with him, they immediately take off without giving Maxi a second thought. After a week away, Valor and Travis return from a mission to try to talk to Maxi and apologize for leaving him, but they find that Maxi is not receptive to what they have to say. Maxi takes off, and Valor and Travis follow him.
But they are both confused when they find him and realize Maxi has no memory of them…
Review: Oh, how I do love me some paranormal MM, alpha men, and a good menage now and then, but for some reason this one fell a little flat for me. I will explain why, but wanted to make sure you don’t take my review as a ding against this author or the existing series (Angel Pack) because the reasoning is solely a personal dislike of my own. This is side series based off the Angel Pack series and so we get our fill of the men we all loved and adored from the previous books, which I totally liked. And we get the twists and turns that are so prevalent in this author’s books and keeps me coming back for more. This book was no different, fortunately.
My complaint, and as I said it’s all on me, is that I prefer my menages to be on equal footing for the three involved and sadly, I didn’t feel that here with Maxi, Valor, and Travis. What I felt was that big badass Travis and bigger, badass Valor, bent over backwards to swear their love and devotion to Maxi, but not so much to each other. Oh, they did love each other and it was reiterated a couple times, but I didn’t feel it between them. Maybe it was because Maxi was such a drama queen and needed constant reassurance? I don’t know. I sometimes like a small twink between big badasses, but I would have loved, loved, loved, to see the same devotion between Valor and Travis. Maybe I missed it.
Besides that, I was highly entertained with the story line and will just chalk this up to “you can’t love ’em all” and move on to the next book in the series. I have read everything this author has written so I have no doubts that I will be all over the next book…and I can’t wait.
Take a chance on this new side series, but I highly suggest you make sure to read the Angel Pack books first.
Overall Impression: I liked it!
*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*