Lunar Mates Book 9
Two wolves. One mate. A secret so big it will stun the werewolf world.
Gage Rylon has a secret. He’s the heir of the last Regis, the king of werewolves, but more than that, his father was leader of the Society of Rogues and murdered his own mate, Gage’s mother.
Orphaned and separated from his twin Gideon at the age of thirteen, Gage is finally reunited with his brother. But as it turns out, they’ve both set out to claim the same mate.
Marilyn Sanders has no intention of taking one mate, much less two. Throw in the fact that one of them is the Regis and she’s even more determined to keep her distance. If only they weren’t so damned irresistible. As if the dominant, overbearing Alpha would allow her to resist.
But there is something more dangerous than two mates lurking in the shadows. As Gage makes his identity known to the werewolf world, he comes under threat from those who won’t return to central rule. Worse, the new leader of the Society wants him eliminated…
Reader discretion advised: Contains ménage and light BDSM elements
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I read one or two of Loribelle Hunt’s books a while back, but haven’t come across any since. After reading, “Seducers Moon,” I plan on changing that habit! This book is part of a series, but, as I said, I haven’t read the other books in the series, and certainly didn’t feel lost in this novel- so we’ll call it a stand-alone. Just enough information and back story plugged in, without overwhelming readers who have been following the story (don’t you hate it when that happens?)
Anyway, strong work by Ms. Hunt results in the tale of Marilyn, Gage, and Gideon. Marilyn and Gage know they are one another’s mates, but Gage feels it safer to keep distance between them, and deny their mating link. However, that all changes when the secrets of the past come uncovered. Enter Gage’s hot twin Gideon. You’ll need a tall glass of ice water when you’re reading their mating scene: considered yourself warned!
This is a pretty awesome book, the struggles of the pack showcased, with new ones being created. Marilyn is a strong woman, and has already worn the hat of pack matriarch…even without the actual mating marks. She is able to slip into the roll easily. There are definitely other avenues in their relationship that I would love to have seen explored (hello, Dom/Sub?), but the book was action packed, and literally had no room for anything else!
I would strongly recommend this book to lovers of shifters, menages, and strong heroines. I know that I am going to run out and get some more of this series, and can’t wait for the next!