Thursday, June 27, 2013


Publisher: Siren
Date published: April 2013
ISBN: 978-1-62242-860-1
Paranormal, Shape-shifter
Reviewed by Helen
Obtained via publisher

Carolyn is an emergency room nurse who has just quit her job after yet another relationship breakdown. She’s quiet and reserved and lonely when she wanders into Minerva’s Mystic Museum. Minerva instantly recognizes who she is and touches her while she sits staring at a painting. Caroline feels deeply for the lonely wolf in the picture and is called into his world and to meet his pack.

The Mystic Museum series. Caroline is a not one hundred percent believable mix of shy and withdrawn, and wildly sexually aroused for the three men she meets. As a nurse I’m pretty sure she would be quite familiar with some things she seems to be surprised about. The three men are quite different and distinct: Jacob, who falls in love with her instantly and draws her into their world; Milo, a mixture of cute puppy dog and into rougher sex; and Sven, tortured by the loss of his first mate.

There is a lot of sex in this book, right from the very beginning and all through. Sometimes it’s a bit perfunctory and sometimes it’s erotic and well written, but it’s not until the very end what I was anticipating happens. Also, there’s quite a lot of straight MF sex with the different men. But there is some plot as well and also a small amount of world building.
There are also a bunch of annoying simple grammatical errors that should have been fixed.
If the reader is looking for a quick hot sex fix, this book is good at that.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.


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