Monday, January 30, 2017

Masquerade Menage by Trinity Blacio

Title: Masquerade Ménage
Series: Wicked Sisters, 2
Author: Trinity Blacio
Publisher: Riverdale Avenue Books
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/M/F/M/M/M
Page Count: 68 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
Publisher Buy Link:

Publisher Blurb
The Royal Family was all but dead. Garth, Turck, Snaid, Maddock, and Rafe Metathis, the Undisclosed Ones, now ruled her people. The humans called them gargoyles. Well, that's what everyone thought, except for Marci, the one true heir to the throne that everyone thought was dead. With the curse on her family, she would not risk exposing herself to the Undisclosed Ones, even if they were her true mates. Could they truly rule together? She already knew they controlled her passion and her heart.

Garth and his brothers sensed the danger that surrounded their woman, but the Metathis brothers knew they could protect her. The passion and the heat that came from her was the only thing that calmed the ranging animal in each of them.

Together they come together on Halloween, in the ancient ruins, her old stomping grounds, to claim their mate and finally destroy those that would take their woman from them. But would the old curses rise up and destroy them?

Marci isn’t quite ready to be with the males fated to be hers. Her mates are the leaders of the gargoyles and she knows that once she accepts them her past and the danger implicit will come rushing back. Can she find the trust necessary to let her men into her heart and soul?
In Masquerade Ménage by Trinity Blaicio, Marci must accept what cannot be changed. Garth, Turck, Shaid, Rafe and Maddock know Marci is theirs but pinning her down isn’t easy. I love how feisty Marci is. Even as she struggles with her past, she doesn’t allow her men to see her as less than a strong female worthy of being their equal. I enjoyed seeing her push her men. She needed males who are strong enough to not only protect her but also realize she can protect herself and them. The push/pull relationship between Marci and her men was nice to see as well as funny. Marci and her sisters gave their men a run for their money even as they supported each other. I loved that these strong women were sisters by choice and not blood but you could not tell a difference in their interactions. They refused to allow Marci to hide from herself or them. But even as they gave some home truths they loved Marci and strove to do whatever was necessary to help Marci find happiness. While this story was a nice quick read, Ms. Blacio did not leave you wanting. The story was well paced and the emotions believable. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and can’t wait to see where Ms. Blacio will take us next.
                     Five Shooting Stars

No comments: