What drew me to this book was the fact that the two shifters were in their forties. I like to see people other than people in their twenties characterized in romances. I enjoyed the fact that their relationship was more than just a menage. This was about two men who had been hurt before realizing that they really could have that perfect relationship with a true mate that they had dreamed of and given up hope of ever finding.
That said, I did lose my patience with Scott's fearfulness. Of the two men he was the one who wore his vulnerability on his sleeve, and while I loved the idea of a big hunky shifter guy being wary of having his heart broken; he. took so long to give Ashleigh a chance that I wanted to bop him over the head!
The originality of the plot means that it stands out from the many other similar novels which I liked.
On the surface, Ashleigh had it all—money, a great career, and a successful husband. But behind closed doors, life wasn’t so pretty. Now she’s free, and determined to never let herself be vulnerable again. So when she gets an invite to her cousin’s wedding, she jumps at the chance to get away. The small town nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains seems like the perfect place to unwind and start forgetting about her abusive ex-husband. The last thing she expects to see is her beloved cousin Laura marrying two men, and to find herself irrationally attracted to a pair of twins.
Scientist Scott and football coach Jack are a perfect pair of mountain lion shifters who made the horrible decision when they were young to break from tradition. Each married a woman who made his life miserable, rather than search for their destined mate. Now in their forties, they’ve all but given up on finding their mate—until they see her. All the signs show that Ash is their true mate. Jack is eager and ready to chase, but Scott’s scars run deep. Will they be able to overcome the past and create a new future?
Be Warned: menage sex (MFM), anal sex