Sunday, August 31, 2014

Embracing the Winds by Trinity Blacio


Title:Embracing the Winds
Series:None
Author:Trinity Blacio
Publisher:Riverdale Ave Books
Genre and Pairing:Paranormal and M/F, M/F/M, M/M/F/M/M/M (oral and anal sex, light bondage, toys)
Page Count:69 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
New Orleans is the City of the Dead, home to witches and everything that goes boo in the night, but it is also Luna’s home. Even though the young, virgin witch is being pursued by an evil cult who wants her powers, Luna refuses to leave or hide from those fanatics any longer. They had murdered her mother. She will face those who have hounded her for most of her life alone. At least that’s what Luna had thought, but the fates once more stepped in and sent her own personal guards, the Gods of the Winds.
Aeolus Jr., son of one of the most powerful Gods, can’t believe his father has sent him to Earth to protect a human. Here he is, a God and the oldest of the five brothers. He shouldn’t even be on this planet. But as soon as he set eyes on the woman, Aeolus knew Luna was meant for him.
Yet as they come together to fight this threat, Aeolus is not the only one meant for Luna. With the five brothers vowing to protect this woman, they seek the people behind the threat. But will the brothers believe Luna when she finds out its their own cousin that wants her dead? Will they be able to protect her from their own?







Review


In Embracing the Winds by Trinity Blacio we get another kick-ass heroine that is a staple in her books.  I adored Luna.  She has been dealt a raw hand and is fed up and ready to make a stand.  She wants a family and knows it isn’t possible until she takes out her enemy or dies trying.  She is fearless as she fights for her future.  But when her future involves not one, not two, but five strong men, Luna decides fate has lost her damn mind!  But Aeolus and his brothers are not to be pooh poohed.  They have found their one and they are equally determined to protect her.  I loved that Ms. Blacio didn’t allow Luna’s desires to soften her determination.  Luna could and would go around the protective men who thought she was their one.  I loved that Luna stood up for herself and made her men work for her heart.  I adored that when her men were wrong she called them on it.  I loved that Luna’s men were willing to admit their shortcomings and work for Luna’s trust as well as her body.
While this story was short it was packed with action.  I thoroughly enjoyed this story and look forward to reading more from this author. 



                                     Four Twinkling Stars


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