March 16, 2015
Yes, I know I am still mostly comfort reading my go to books but with everything I have learned about grief and parenthood, this could very well be the case for the rest of my life but that is something I will touch on in a blog post on my other blog. Besides Lords Of The Were is very worth revisiting from time to time. I mean, come on, you get hot identical twins who change into wolves and a priestess who is willing to do what ever her twins ask her to do (we will address this more in depth in the heat rating 😊) except sit at home meekly waiting for them while they are out fighting the good fight with eclectic mix of allies. She wants to be out there kicking ass to and she is a real bad ass when she vanquishes the bad guys or heals a friend will rescuing a new friend.
Well I guess it is obvious what rating I am giving this book since it only took me a paragraph to tell you how much I love the story line in Lords Of The Were. With this story is somewhere near the top of my favorites list it is a good thing it is the e-book version, since I have read it so many times that if it were a book, I would be replacing it after reading it to death. I highly recommend at least giving it one read through, as for me, I will undoubtedly read it again in the future, especially as it is one of my go to comfort books. And as we all know a good comfort book is way better than comfort food any day.
Anyone looking for a hot steamy handcuffing to the bed good time? Or how about a round of hot steamy kitchen fun? Well, Lords Of The Were delivers on both but not so graphically that it is book porn that takes up several chapters and dominating the whole story or that needs a cold shower before continuing the story. In other words, it was tastefully written and did not take away from the overall story line.
I was unsure about this cover because I just don’t feel like the female model matches the description of Allie. But I did go and look for the other covers that are connected to Lords Of The Were and found one on Goodreads that looks like it is a perfect fit for the descriptions of the characters. It got me thinking that is they took the models from the cover on Goodreads and the background from the one that came with my version of the book and combined them you would get a cover that was almost a perfect fit.
Allie is about to discover a heritage of power…and blood…werecreatures, magic, and a misguided vampire who wants to kill two men who could be the loves of her life.
Allie was adopted. She had always known it, but when a mysterious older woman shows up and invites her to learn about her birth family, things take a turn for the odd.
Then Allie meets the Lords. Twin Alpha werewolves who rule over all North American werecreatures, Rafe and Tim may look exactly alike, but Allie can tell them apart from the moment they first meet. She’s not sure what to think when they both want to claim her as their mate.
They are dominant, sexy, and all too ready to play games of the most delicious kind with her, but when a rogue vampire threatens her safety, they jump to her defense. It will take all of them working together, to stop the evil that has invaded their territory. Can they trust in each other and the power of their new love to prevail? Or will an ancient enemy win the day and usher evil incarnate back into the world?
Note: This story is a menage. It was first published in 2006 with a different cover and ISBN number. It has undergone light editing for this re-release.
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