Series: Battle Bunnies, 3
Author: Stormy Glenn and Bellann Summer
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc.
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/M
Word Count: 40,035
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, shape-shifters, vampires, HEA
They know a thousand ways to kill...and zero ways to love.
The middle bunny of five, Beaumont has grown used to going unnoticed. He's not a leader like Barclay or Basil, he's not blind like Bailey, and he's not snarky like Baxter. He's invisible. He dreams of finding a mate that truly sees him. When a stranger with piercing black eyes arrives at the mansion, his world is turned upside down, and Beau has to decide if being seen is all he dreamed it would be.
Prince Dario Montella never dreamed he would find his one and only in his family home, but one look and he knows he has found the center of his universe. But Beau comes with a lot of baggage, not to mention an interfering older brother and an obsessive need to take risks with his life.
Finding common ground won't be easy for a prince used to ruling his coven, especially when making his mate happy is harder than letting him walk into danger. It means seeing Beau for the treasure he truly is.
Vampires exist and the owner of the mansion the bunnies have been using has returned home. Can the bunnies accept that with the return of Dario, things are about to change? Especially for Beaumont, who has an even more intimate connection to the master vampire. Will Beaumont and his family roll with the changes? We find out in Beaumont, the third installment of Stormy Glenn and Bellann Summer’s Battle Bunnies series.
I adored Dario. He appeared so stuffy at first glance but as Ms. Glenn and Ms. Summer fleshed out his character he was so much more than he appeared. Beaumont feels invisible within his family. And at times he is invisible to their enemies, but Dario sees him. He sees and appreciates who Beaumont is and what he brings to the table. Blending these two male characters, who appeared so different, was handle quite well and in a manner that felt real and believable.
Even as Ms. Glenn and Ms. Summer gave us a happily ever after for these characters, they moved the overlying story arc along with unexpected twists and turns. I continue to enjoy this series and can’t wait to see where they will take us next.
Five Shooting Stars