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Trinity Bound

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Sizzling!

Curl up in your favorite chair with an ice-cold beverage because you are going to need it to cool off after reading this book! The third installment of the Redwood Pack Series does not disappoint, as a romance or an adventure. If you already read Ryan’s Taste of a Mate,...
Curl up in your favorite chair with an ice-cold beverage because you are going to need it to cool off after reading this book! The third installment of the Redwood Pack Series does not disappoint, as a romance or an adventure. If you already read Ryan’s Taste of a Mate, you know that Reed has been abducted by a rival werewolf pack. In Trinity Bound (Book #3), we get to really know him and his TWO intended mates. Yep, that’s right. He’s lucky enough to get two. I’ve read some good ménages and some bad ones; Trinity Bound is fantastic! Ryan does such an excellent job of emotionally connecting to each partner in the relationship. It’s hard enough to write an emotionally satisfying story with two main characters, but the author succeeds beautifully with all three of hers. Hannah is so sweet and kind, but with a badass attitude when she needs it. Nothing is going to get between this witch and the men she loves. I also like the fact that a ménage is something she had never considered before, it makes her character so much more real to me that she is mentally processing this relationship as the plot moves along. Reed is artistic, thoughtful, a good listener, but I have to laugh at the times when he behaves like a clueless normal human being. It brings his character to life. Ryan has such a natural way of showing strengths and weaknesses in characters that as a reader you can’t help but feel that you really get to know them as people. It’s the memory of the characters that really seal the deal on a successful story. Josh is the rough and tough SEAL that hides his emotions and won’t let anyone see the softer side. This story is so perfect for him, because that poor man needs two people to love him and make him feel like part of a family. His transformation throughout the book is excellent, especially his temptation by the demon. Which brings me to the dark twist the author has taken in this story. It was by far the right choice and by including witches and demons into her werewolf pack’s lives, it has only added spark, depth, and a lot of intensity to the stories. I can’t wait to see where Carrie Ann Ryan takes it next! ~C. Johnston aka Krystal Shannan

posted by KrystalShannan on March 29, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Terrible

I liked the concept of the book,to bad the writing was like a twelve year old wrote it. The grammer was bad, descriptive words were repeated in the same sentence, and character development was non-existant. I am in no way shape or form a prude, but the sex scences were ...
I liked the concept of the book,to bad the writing was like a twelve year old wrote it. The grammer was bad, descriptive words were repeated in the same sentence, and character development was non-existant. I am in no way shape or form a prude, but the sex scences were the entire book and they were second rate at best.

posted by Anonymous on January 28, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2013

    Terrible

    I liked the concept of the book,to bad the writing was like a twelve year old wrote it. The grammer was bad, descriptive words were repeated in the same sentence, and character development was non-existant. I am in no way shape or form a prude, but the sex scences were the entire book and they were second rate at best.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 26, 2013

    Holy scorch marks Batman! The heat level in this book is blazing

    Holy scorch marks Batman! The heat level in this book is blazing. The chemistry between all three characters (Reed, Hannah, and Josh) is tangible and watching them discover and learn each other is both hot and sweet. Mix in some danger and a truck load of emotional baggage and you get Trinity Bound. 

    However, while it was hot and I enjoyed it, I was also left a bit frustrated. As in love as they claimed to be, all three characters seemed to put a great emphasis on how taboo their threesome situation was, and they all seemed to wallow in self-pity way too much for me. 

    I also hate to say it, but I believe more editing was needed. There were your typical typos and such, but also some important mistakes that were left unfixed (for example who’s POV we’re in and who’s doing what in a given scene). It was very distracting from the enjoyment of the story.

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    Posted June 5, 2012

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