Title: The Love of Lycans 2
Series: The Love of Lycans# 2
Author’s Name: Veronica Corbyn
Genre: YA RH Paranormal
Page Count: 43 Pages
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How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Slip into the Secret World of Shifting Beasts and Witness Their Pursuit of Love and Supremacy in the Ensuing Supernatural Battles to Come With this Reverse Harem Paranormal Shifter Romance…
Madison tenses as she feels Jacques fingers slip between her thighs and she gasps as his fingers find her nub.
Madison James is trying to make it through her first year at the academy for shifters located in the Appalachian Mountains.After she befriends the Moreau cousins, things start to look up. The three men take her under their wing and help her learn about what she is and the abilities she has within herself. She begins to grow close with them all but more so with Robert and Nicolas. As the school year progresses so does their relationship and Madison does not know how to handle the things, she feels for them. Will she have to choose?
The Moreau cousins have been searching for their mate and when they lay eyes on Madison, they all three make the decision that she is to be their mate.
Their loyalty is tested when Madison confesses that the relationship between her and Robert has taken an unexpected turn. They come to grips with the fact they all three love her and will do anything for her. On the day of the biggest test of the year Madison gets a phone call she will never forget. Will their love be enough to save her?
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. This was even quicker then the first one. Madison meets the Moreau cousins. They three of them have been looking for them mate and when they see Madison they are sure she is the theirs. There is a phone that throws a wrench into everything. This is an RH so there is the going for it. I don’t want to give anything way since is a short read.
My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars