Sunday, July 9, 2017

Deciding Her Faete by Maia Dylan, Sarah Marsh, Elena Kincaid

Title: Deciding Her Faete
Series: Beyond the Veil, 2
Author: Maia Dylan, Sarah Marsh and Elena Kincaid
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F, M/F/M
Page Count: 154 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
They've found their mate, but will they be able to protect her?

Jason and Donovan took a huge risk when they left their pack with the hope of finding their mate. April is everything the brothers have ever dreamt of, but she’s even more special than they can imagine. The battle between their enemies on the other side of The Veil comes at the worst possible time, just when Jason and Donovan have something precious to lose.

April always knew she was a little different. She spent most of her life trying to forget the fact, but when her instincts tell her to pack up everything and move to an entirely different country, she can’t help but listen...and then a handsome stranger comes to her rescue one night.

The force of her connection with Jason and his brother Donovan pierces her soul. But will April be able to accept the truth of her real heritage and embrace it in time to find her happy ending?
Be Warned: ménage sex (MFM), anal sex, double penetration, sex toys, spanking





Review
April has been searching for a place to belong. She has always been different but relocating to Vancouver based upon a feeling is a bit much, even for her. However, meeting Jason and Donovan is all it takes for April to understand. But will understanding come too late to protect the males she has come to love?
Deciding Her Faete is second in the Beyond the Veil series by Maia Dylan, Sarah Marsh and Elena Kincaid. I enjoyed this addition to this series. April has always been different, even if she doesn’t know it. I loved that she quickly accepts what Jason and Donovan mean to her. She has dreamed of finding a mate, never believing it would happen. I loved that the focus of this story by Ms. Dylan, Ms. Marsh and Ms. Kincaid focused on the action. April and her men did not fight the insta-love which allowed for us to learn more about this world and its dangers. I thoroughly enjoyed this quick read and look forward to where these ladies will take us next.

                   Five Shooting Stars

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