Saturday, December 20, 2014

Her Three Men by Trinity Blacio

Title:Her Three Men
Author: Trinity Blacio
Publisher:Riverdale Avenue Books
Genre and Pairing:Sci-fi and M/F, M/F/M/M
Word Count: 25,000
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Lahkesis, weaver of the fates, looked up at the three men that had claimed her so long ago and smiled. “It is done. Our friend Steel and his unit will find their female.”
She looked down at the weave lying in her hands and frowned. “It will be hard for the female’s family, but Steel, Con and Bull will be there for them.”
She laughed, stretching and standing up. “Did you know humans have a holiday song called, We Three Kings? Kind of appropriate, don’t you think? It will be around the season of this particular holiday that the three must present their gifts to their female and see if she accepts them.”

In Her Three Men by Trinity Blacio we meet Daisy.  She is a woman that loves her family and doesn’t expect much from others.  So when Con, Bull and Steel shower her with attention she decides to enjoy the moment.  Little does she know they want more than one moment, they want a life time.  I loved that Daisy was willing to listen and suspend disbelief when she learns the men are not human.  She struggles to accept that they would choose her, but still she demands they respect her.  I loved that Con, Bull and Steel were predisposed to adore Daisy and they see nothing wrong with spoiling her as much as she would allow.  The acted with honor and understood that Daisy required a straight forward approach and security for her family.  Ms. Blacio wove a tale that was light hearted and full of holiday cheer.  She showed us a woman that grew in a few short days and was better able to make a stand.  I loved that Daisy’s sense of self-worth increased as she was able to view herself not through her warped lens but through the lens of her family and her men.  I thoroughly enjoyed this story by Ms. Blacio and look forward to reading more from her in the future.

                              Four Twinkling Stars 

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