Thursday, March 26, 2015

Truth by Maggie Walsh

Truth (MMM)Title: Truth
Series:  The Angel Pack, 3
Author:  Maggie Walsh
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand
Genre: MMM, Paranormal, Menage, Contemporary
Word Count: 58,312
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher’s Blurb
[Ménage Amour ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/M, shape-shifters, light bondage, whipping, sex toys, HEA]
When Sebastian Angel moves to Napa to be with his mate Storm Winthrope, he never expects to find his third mate so soon. But their blue-haired fae mate, Noah, is being held captive by an evil master. When Sebastian searches a nearby vineyard for Noah, he senses great evil all around.  The more Sebastian visits the vineyard the more he changes. He starts to see things that aren’t real.
An experience from Storm’s past makes him want things he doesn’t think he should want as leader of his pride. In lying to Sebastian and denying his true desires, he may push Sebastian away for good.
Noah is afraid of being with his mates because of the things he experienced at the hands of his master, but he wants to trust his mates with his heart and body.
Can these three learn to trust each other and give each what the others need? Or are they doomed from the start?
A Siren Erotic Romance

Truth by Maggie Walsh is the third book in the Angel Pack series; you really need to read this series in order. Lots of old friends show up again. The start of this book might give you some déjà Vu but, I promise this one will not disappoint.  There is action, adventure, lots of politics and great mates to keep you coming back for more.  We are now really getting into the game of what is going on, so there is a lot of story in this book to pay attention to.
Sebastian Angel, he and the leader of Winthrope pride are mates. Sebastian has always been an enforcer. So in this book it is a lot about him finding his way, and coming to terms with being with essentially and Alpha. How do two alpha personalities get along.  They butt heads but soon find half of their problems have nothing to do with them. But the magic being transformed around them.
Storm, the leader, everything begins and starts with him. He is pretty worried about his Pride. There is a huge threat that is building. He is a fair leader and compassionate.
We get to meet another mate in this book, Noah. Noah is a creature we have not met yet in this series. Brave, kind, and loving this little man will be the glue to hold his alpha mates together.
Over all I really loved this book. We are really getting into the knitty gritty of what is going on. I feel like I cannot wait for the next book and find out how everyone handles this. I do not think Ms. Walsh can write fast enough for me. I want to read them all right now. 

                             Five Shooting Stars

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