Author: Amber Kell
Publisher: Totally Bound
Rating: 3.5 of 5 Stars
Length: Novella (~ 15K-50K)
Genre: M/M Romance, Menage/Poly, Paranormal
This is book eight in the Supernatural Mates series, see the full series listing here
Andrew never expected love to come to him.
Andrew Everett has had horrible luck in love. His wife left him with a baby then years later his second relationship ended with his girlfriend turning into a psychopath. Imagine his surprise when two wren shifters decide to keep him.
Marlen and Chen have been together for years. Kicked out of their flock because of their love for one another, they’ve drifted from place to place looking for a home. One sight of Andrew and the pair knows who they want to complete their nest. But convincing Andrew of that proves more difficult than anticipated.
When a woman from Andrew’s past comes back, they have to pull together to protect all that Andrew holds dear. Will the three of them be able to find their happy ending, or will Andrew remain unwilling to be their nest mate?
An older human being virtually stalked by two much younger shifters, I liked this one. Andrew has a lot of making up to do with everyone in the small shifter town after his poor judgement when it came to looking after his son. For the most part people are forgiving as they realise he only did what he thought was for the best.
Marlen and Chen are Wren shifters and I thought the way the author wrote about them was perfect. Even in human form they seemed to flutter around the older man reminding me constantly that they were birds.
Andrew is not totally on board with them being his mates. He worries about the age difference, his past traumas when it comes to relationships and the fact that he has never been with a man before. The birds are determined not to give up though, safe in the knowledge that Andrew is the one that will complete their nest.
Just as Andrew decides to give it a go his past turns up in town hell bent on causing trouble. Things take a turn for the worse when his family is targeted but his little wrens are there to help him through.
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