Friday, November 4, 2016

The Forgotten One by Trinity Blacio

Title: The Forgotten One
Series: The Surrender Series, 3
Author: Trinity Blacio
Publisher: Riverdale Avenue Books
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F, M/F/M
Page Count: 146 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Willow Townsend was one of the best female soldiers in her squad. But now that her leaders had found their mate and she was safe, it was time for her to return home. She wasn't a coward, but when it comes to her two bloodmates, Lydia runs home, a place they shouldn't be able to find. Plus, there was the fact that her father, the prince of hell, had a hand in the death of the wife of one of her bloodmates.

Alton Cooper, Maxim Evens were bloodmates, but they were missing the woman that connected them both, Willow. Between the two men they had centuries of women and loving, but nothing had prepared them for Willow. But first the two of them had to find their runaway woman and corral her, before she is harmed.

Could the three of them come together knowing of her heritage? Would their passion and love be enough to save them from the threat of the spiderlady herself? And would their little kitty be able to handle the heat in their bed?





Review
Willow is hiding more than her identity. So when she finds herself mated to not one but two men, she runs. However, Alton and Maxim are determined to not only find their woman but also uncover her secrets. In The Forgotten One, the next installment in Trinity Blacio’s The Surrender Series, Willow learns she can lean on both men to protect not only her and hers but also her secrets.
This story is best read in chronological order for maximum enjoyment. And I can honestly say I thoroughly enjoyed this addition to this series. Willow is strong which we knew before Ms. Blacio showed us her journey to happily ever after. She is loyal to those she cares for and gives her all. But when fate drops her mates in her lap, Willow is thrown off her game. She has been hiding not only her name but also who she is and that has the possibility of destroying friendships and work relationships. I love that Maxim and Alton didn’t care. They had their one and even though they barely knew each other, they were determined to be there for Willow, even if they had to fight the woman herself. Ms. Blacio gave us twists and turns throughout this story but they fit seamlessly. Even as Willow and her men learn to trust in each other, Ms. Blacio continues to build upon this world. I will say that Ms. Blacio has always built her worlds quite well and this story is no exception. But even as we are drawn into this new world, Ms. Blacio does not forget to focus on the journey Willow, Alton and Maxim take as they blend their lives together. And I for one can’t wait to see where she will take us next.

                     Five Shooting Stars

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