Book Reviews

A Zane Po' Boy (The O'Hagan Way 3) by Joyee Flynn at Siren Publishing

Genre Gay / Paranormal / Vampires / Angels/Demons / Menage MMM / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Serena Yates on 20-January-2013

Book Blurb

In a world where humans and paranormals coexist in secret and where soulless demons roam, numerous vampires dream to be united with their mates.

Brian and Banning O’Hagan are twins from Ireland who have been waiting for their mate the longest out of all their brothers. When they finally meet Zane, they learn that if they want their mate to love and accept them, then they must first forgive each other.

Zane is a warrior in the United States who deeply desires to be with his mates but is plagued by horrible memories from his past—memories that make it hard for him to show the love he feels for the two men.

Will Brian, Banning, and Zane be able to resolve their separate issues, open their hearts to one another, and become true mates, or will they all be destined to a life of loneliness and pain?

Book Review

As much fun, yet with some serious emotional drama, as the first two books in the series, this third volume tell Zane's story. He is Isaac's best friend and previously appeared in the Marius Brothers universe, and is an intriguing character whose story I have been anticipating. But even if you've never read a single one of those books, this one Is pretty self-explanatory.

Zane is a vampire warrior with a past. I won’t go into too much detail here, because what that is exactly is an integral part of the story twists and turns, but it is very unusual compared to that of the other warriors. His past rules him, and part of the growth he goes through once he meets his mates has to do with him finally facing some of the problems and being able to talk about them. It makes for some interesting revelations.

Brian and Banning are twins, but different to their brothers, the other two sets of Irish twins we have met in this series so far, they are not really close. It was a little disturbing to see, and I kept wondering what was going on, but when the solution finally comes, all became clear. Certainly an interesting twist and the cause of much confusion.

This is a book about the consequences of miscommunication – or, indeed, the lack of any communication at all. Misunderstandings are pretty much the only obstacles facing these three men, but they prove to be more difficult to overcome than expected. If you like stories about men finding their true family and a place they can call home, if you enjoy flawed characters who sometime act dumber than should be legal, and if you're looking for some very hot three-way action, you will probably like this book.




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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Novella, 116 pages/35864 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 18-February-2012
Price $5.50 ebook
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