Holly of Dark Haven

Truckee Wolves, #3

This short story is the third in Ms McBride’s Truckee Wolf Pack series. It was also part of a Dark Haven anthology. That being said, you don’t have to read any previous stories to enjoy this one. However, you will jump right in with fast paced action in a BDSM club when a young boy is found. Several of the wolves of the Truckee Pack have enhanced senses due to genetic splicing. And, there are other things that are not fully explained. But, this book reads well if you ignore the fact you don’t know anything about Abraxas or the vamps. The romance part of the story is fine and enjoyable. Tex, Hunter and Holly have pasts that make mating a challenge, much of the problem is lack of communication. Most of the BSDM elements are spanking and bondage, nothing extreme. I enjoyed this story, especially the ending. The romance was well done as were the sex scenes. I wish it had a bit more depth and the Abraxas were more fleshed out. But, it is a short story. This is a good book for those who like shifters.

Holly left the pack to find herself, and she did as a Domme in the BDSM club Dark Haven. Tex and Hunter never expected to find her there. Tex has only seen her in her wolf form while Hunter is jealous of Tex’s relationship with Holly. Holly had hoped to leave Dark Haven without either of them noticing but when that didn’t work she goes with plan B. Will the three of them be able to work out their puzzling relationship?

Book Blurb for Holly of Dark Haven

When Holly left the Truckee pack, she left her family, her safety, and the two men she loved. Now she's in San Francisco training as a Domme at Dark Haven. She thinks she's found herself, but tonight, Tex and Hunter have found her. And they are not happy with their little wolf. She's been keeping secrets from them. Tonight, someone's gonna beg.

Publisher's Note: Holly of Dark Haven was previously published in the Doms of Dark Haven 2 anthology, which is no longer available. It has not been re-edited or revised for this edition.

Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2015 4.00