If life is like a box of chocolates then Marie Harte’s Circs Series is the Godiva Chocolate in any Paranormal/Fantasy, Ménage reader’s library.
Grayson Belle and his partner Sebastian Decker are both Circs working for the government assigned to hunt down rogue and mutant Circs. Gray wants out of his partnership with Bas. Bas is a newbie Circ, he was made a Circ against his will unlike Gray whose whole family were born Circs. Gray is having trouble with his feelings when it comes to Sebastian. Bas has never been through a mating heat like other made Circs, but with his feelings growing towards Gray that looks like it may change. And before either one can sort through their feelings they are given a new assignment….hunt down and kill a rogue mutant named Al Ross.
Both Gray and Bas are going to have a whole new set of problems once they meet Al.
This book is another wonderful story in the Circs series. I have read and loved each and every one of them. Although it can be read by itself I would suggest reading the rest of the series.
Grayson Belle is one in a million. Unlike the government's manufactured Circs -- the nation's warriors who've been mutated by the government into men who can shift form -- Gray was born with the ability to shapeshift and has a heightened sense of telepathy. But lately, his world has gone to hell. He's prepared to throw in the towel after his current mission. He's seriously messed up, lusting after his irritating partner, Bas, whom he's not even sure he likes. And then, Al Ross, the rogue Circ he's been sent to kill, turns his heart inside out and his resolve to nothing. He's losing his edge, because he wants to mark both Circs as his own. But if he does, what will that mean to the future he's mapped out for himself?
He'll have to gamble on his instincts to ignore what his head is telling him. Sometimes being rational means less than nothing if the heart isn't happy. And Gray will be damned if he'll let himself lose at love. Now he and his partner just have to convince one stubborn female to take that same chance.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: anal play/intercourse, dubious consent, male/male sexual practices, menage (m/f/m) restraints.