Two Fangs and a Hoof by Joyee Flynn
Series: Midnight Mating, Book #4
Publisher: Siren-BookStrand Publishing
Genre: Erotic Paranormal Romance, GLBT, M/M/M
Length: 116 pages
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The Gathering is called. The spell is cast. There is no escaping the Midnight Matings.
Shea Mayer suddenly finds himself the prize in a game of tug-of-war. He doesn’t want to be the chew toy of one vampire, much less two. Despite Shea’s protests, they each stake their claim.
Calin and Dustin have been living on their own since their coven tried to kill them for being gay. Now they find themselves once again being rejected by someone who is supposed to love them.
Will Shea, Calin, and Dustin find a way to navigate the twisted path forced upon them by their leaders, or will they remain lost—and lose everything that could be?
A Siren Erotic Romance
Two Fangs and a Hoof by Joyee Flynn is the fourth book in the Midnight Mating series, and I must say even though the other books in this series were great reads, so far this is my favorite.
You have three stunningly sexy men, along with some equally sexy bedroom actions. What more can you ask for, right? Even though there is a lot of love/hate going on these three make Two Fangs and a Hoof worth reading. I have to admit, I have never read a book with this premise. I have a hard time enjoying POV stories, but Ms. Flynn made this easy.
Shea, the herbivore shifter, is a power whore. Sorry, but it is true. I have a love/hate feeling for this character, he is unsure of his mates and how they became mated, but in the end he understands why they did what they did.
Calin and Dustin are two cute vamps. We don’t get too much on these two, but what we do makes me want to snuggle up with them. They did what they needed to in order to survive. Their hope is that Shea will accept it in the end and share in their love for one another.
There was not much in the way of supporting characters, but truly these three made such a strong story that there was no need. There is a touch of on the edge of your seat moments, which adds to the plus factor of this book.
The backdrop of Two Fangs and a Hoof was a different feel, but in a good way. Ms. Flynn sure did capture my attention and that’s saying something for a reviewer who doesn’t read much M/M stories.
Rated 4 Ravens by Lace!