Friday, April 13, 2018

By Design by BA Tortuga

Series: Southern Cats, 1
Author: B.A. Tortuga
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: MMM Paranormal
Pages: 127
Reviewer: Redz






Publisher’s Blurb
When Robin heads to North Carolina with his boss to help design and build a new conference center, he has a bunch of surprises in store for him. The building site is in the middle of nowhere, his boss is being weirder than usual, and he meets not one, but two of the hottest men he's ever seen in his life. If he can just get his boss Terry to leave him alone with them, Robin knows Casey and Travis could rock his world.

Casey and Travis might play, but they've never thought of mating with a third man. Their immediate need for Robin is something they don't question, though. What they do want to know is how Robin can possibly be unaware he's a cat shifter. Can they help Robin find the other half of himself and convince him he's what's missing in their relationship at the same time?

Publisher's Note: The novel By Design by BA Tortuga was available briefly from another house.








Review
By Design is the first book in the Southern Cats series by author BA Tortuga.  I found myself having very mixed reactions to this book. I both loved it in places and hated it at the same time. I like character connection and chemistry; this book seems to lack that. Has a great storyline that pulls you in but the relationship itself really was conflicting.
Casey and Travis are mates. They have never thought to bring a third in before. Robin is unaware he is a cat shifter.    The men help him discover who he really is. And bring him into their relationship.
I did not feel this relationship went smoothly. It was painful at times to read. I felt sorry for the people involved and at times was not really into the story.  I would read more in the series maybe this being a first book it just needs a few places ironed out, that can happen in another story. But as it stands I am conflicted about if I really liked this one or not.  


                             Four Twinkling Stars 





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