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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Tartan Twins by Selena Illyria

Tartan Twins by Selena Illyria
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Short Story (64 pgs)
Other: M/F, M/F/M, Ménage, Biting
Rating: 4.5 Cherries
Review by Hibiscus

Part werewolf, part incubi and determined to get their mate, Robin, Lochlan and Rorick Montgomery have finally found the woman they want to be with. Now all they have to do is convince her she's the one for them.

After a night of hot sex, Robin is trying to run from the two men who she loves and can break her heart. She tries to hide with Iain and Katherine, but she can't ignore her feelings and desires for the twins.

Robin, Lochlan and Rorick are on a collision course with passionate results.

Werewolves, incubi and twins to boot. What a wonderful combination. This third story in the Tartan Werewolf Series had me panting for Rorick and Lochlan Montgomery from the first sentence. Each story can stand alone but to learn more about the characters mentioned in this third story, I highly recommend reading the other in this fascinating series.

Rorick and Lochlan Montgomery are werewolves without a pack. Due to their mixed blood, the twins are considered mongrels and their pack has virtually died out. They are taken in by Altair and the O’Keefe Clan and are now part of their family. The twins find their mate in Robin, an assistant that they hired from America. I love how the boys try to slowly break in Robin to their sexual appetites by being with many women and leaving Robin to console the broken hearted lasses. The heat really turns up after Rorick decides to bind Robin to them.

Robin runs from the twins but I can’t see what she is running away from. I know I would love to have two tall blond hunks in kilts wanting to cater to my every sexual desire. Robin seeks refuge with Ian and Katherine O’Keefe. This causes a sticky situation as the twins don’t want to offend their only family. I could see how Robin wanted to make sure that Rorick and Lochlan’s feelings were real but I knew she really loved them when she gave in her dreams and then sought them out when she awoke.

The not so subtle manipulations of Rorick and Lochlan and hints of future plotlines had me hungering for more of the Tartan Werewolves. I can’t wait to see what is next in Ms. Illyria’s wonderful werewolf series.

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