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Reece and Blaine have a secret. They are not quite human. Ayana might be afraid to accept their ménage relationship, but they're sure of what they feel about her. She is their mate, and they have no problem sharing the mocha beauty. The only thing left to do is convince Ayana that her new life isn't complete until they are a permanent part of it.
Warning: This fiesty heroine pisses off every single and married woman in her quiet neighborhood by carrying on a sexual relationship with two hot bear shifters.
Bear Necessities: When her mother's new boyfriend gets a little too free with his hands, Simone decides it's time to relocate. Without warning her cousin, she travels to Charlotte, North Carolina to see what kind of better life she can make for herself. To her surprise, her cousin Ayana--who's never been that good with the opposite sex--has not one but two sexy men sharing her bed. And the sounds of their loving on Ayana in the middle of the night has Simone wishing she had her own lover. Then she's wondering just what they put in the water down in the South because two more hot men show up at Ayana's. This time it's identical twins, and they're not looking for her cousin, but they have their sights set on Simone. Well, one of them anyway.
Artan has no problem claiming the mocha beauty as his mate, but his brother Fallyn refuses her. Fallyn knows the importance of finding a strong mate who can bear his children, especially since their clan is dying out. He has no use for a woman born and raised in the city with a fear of nature. The problem is he can't keep his eyes off of her, and every time she gets excited, he can't think straight. Pulling Simone out of one scrape after another is not in his plan. Things get really complicated when a female bear shifter from home shows up to claim Fallyn, and she has no problem killing Simone to get what she wants.
Posted April 4, 2012
Ok, I'm a fan of Tressie Lockwood. I read a couple of her books and I really like her writing. Her stories are imaginative and unexpected. With that being said, I was taking a risk by purchasing this book. I love romance stories because I'm a true romantic at heart. I love the idea of one man and one woman falling in love and overcoming the odds. However, this is the story (stories, because there were two in this book) about one woman and two men in love and overcoming the odds. I didn't think that I would understand the whole menage thing, but somehow...don't ask me how, but Tressie made it work. I took a chance and I like it!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.