Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Her Stepbrothers are Sabor-Tooth Tigers by Trinity Blacio

Title: Her Stepbrothers are Sabor-Tooth Tigers
Series: Masters of the Cats, 5
Author: Trinity Blacio
Publisher: Riverdale Avenue Books
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F, M/F/M/M
Page Count: 92 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Leta Boyer is not the typical biker lady one would think of. She wrote erotic romance on the side, while taking care of her father. Who was the picture of what someone would think of as a biker, but he was also President of one of the largest bikers groups around. She had thought they were close, but Leta found out the hard way how wrong she was when her father comes back home after a run, married to a lady, who could shift into Saber-tooth tiger. She also happens to bring along her two stepsons and the biggest, sexiest, and dangerous man she’s ever seen.

Drew and Colin Sabor, twins were a deadly pair, but the man that claimed them was three times worse, Guryon. Guryon was the oldest warrior on Earth, but that wouldn’t stop the three dangerous men from claiming the Little Red head that ran around the biker club house slapping men twice her size if they stepped in her way. She might be used to the dangerous life of a biker, but would she be able to handle the life of a warrior’s wife.

Her Stepbrothers are Saber Tooth Tigers by Trinity Blacio is fifth in her Masters of Cats series. You definitely need to have read the previous stories to understand what is going on in this one.
Leta is hurt when her father returns married to a woman she has never met. To make matters worse, her sons believe Leta belongs to them. And the hits keep on coming when the club needs to move and consolidate their forces to fight evil. What is a girl supposed to do? Guryon, along with brothers Drew and Colin know that Leta is theirs. But convincing her isn’t as easy as they would wish. I love that Leta didn’t make it easy for the men to take over her world. She was hurt and those feelings helped feed her determination to be seen as an equal even as her world was upended. I loved that her men appreciated what Leta was to them even if they were determined to claim her come hell or high water. Ms. Blacio continues this series with her trademark strong female character which I thoroughly appreciated. She also gives us strong men who appreciate the gift they have been given. The strength of her characters requires compromise and communication and Ms. Blacio provides realism within this world that makes the quickness of the connection believable. With the unexpected twists she peppered throughout, this story is well worth your money and time.

                   Four twinkling Stars

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