Reviewed by Morgan
Author: Catherine Lievens
Series: Gillham Pack #23
Genre: MMM Paranormal
Length: 120 Pages
Publisher: eXtasy Books
Release Date: June 9, 2017
Available at: eXtasy Books
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Blurb: When life throws you a curve ball, you have to deal with it as well as you can.
When Rabbit arrived in Gillham, he was only trying to get away from his ex-boyfriend. He never expected to find a pack, a family, but he feels at home in Gillham. Finding his mate makes that feeling even stronger, at least until he realizes Elton isn’t only his mate, but also Samuel’s.
Elton’s in Gillham to visit his brother when he ends up in the middle of a spat for him. He might not know a lot about shifters and mates, but he does know that one human guy having two shifter mates isn’t normal.
Samuel is ready to fight for Elton, and really, it shouldn’t take much with how tiny Rabbit is. But Rabbit reveals himself to be stronger and more stubborn than Samuel had thought, and when Elton gives them an ultimatum, they have to learn to work together—or be without their mate.
They know a three-way mating is possible, but it doesn’t make it easy. Rabbit, Elton, and Samuel all have their own insecurities and problems. Will they manage to work around them and be happy together, or will the stress of having to share a mate make their relationship implode?
I was excited about this new book because it had a somewhat unique threesome being formed. I was very concerned that the author had a huge task ahead – convincing me, as well as the MCs, that this was something they could actually do: Fall in love just because one was mated to the other. And really that’s just what didn’t happen.
I was not convinced that the MCs found love – at least not by the end of the book. If the book had been longer and we’d seen our guys spending time together and learning about the others and actually growing close – I might have been convinced.
When you have the mating chemistry, it can bypass a lot (in my mind), but without it, the reader must be convinced the lovers found more, the old fashioned way.
For fans of the series and the author, I think this will fit in line with all the others, but if you’re new to the series I’d consider starting with a different title.
Overall Impression: It was okay
*I purchased my own, personal copy of this book for review.*