Book Reviews

Inferno (Pacific Cove 1) by Stormy Glenn at Siren Publishing

Genre Gay / Paranormal / Shifters / Interspecies / Menage MMM / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Serena Yates on 06-March-2016

Book Blurb

Danny O’Shay grew up knowing he never really fit in. His family avoids him. He falls so much that the staff at the local hospital know him by first name. And he can’t get a date to save his life.

Enter handsome fire fighters, Ben and Abe Lake, two men that bring every fantasy Danny ever had to life. Except Ben and Abe seem to have some business deal with Danny’s father that involves a ton of money and the assumption that Danny has a clue.

He doesn’t.

When Ben and Abe start talking about fated mates, shifters, and a family legacy that goes back decades, Danny is pretty sure they belong in an insane asylum. But as he gets to know the handsome twins, he begins to wonder if being crazy is that bad. Being alone again seems worse.

After someone starts trying to take Danny out of the picture permanently, he has to believe that Ben and Abe are trustworthy and not in on the plot to kill him, because they might be the only thing to keep his life from going up in flames.

Note: This book contains double anal penetration.


Book Review

A new paranormal series from Stormy Glenn, with bear shifters, is a good thing in my book. Add the fact that they have a “secret town” called Pacific Cove where they all live, a tragic event in the past, and that twins share a human to mate with, and I was intrigued. The human mate in this first book also seems to be in trouble and his fated mates are two hot firefighters – yep, count me in. And in case you are wondering, there is no twincest involved, just the loving sharing of a human who needs as much protection and love as he can get.

Danny has not had an easy life. His family may have given him physical shelter - as little as they could get away with, but they rejected him emotionally. Danny is also a klutz, so he is a very frequent visitor to the hospital, but he is determined to make it on his own. He moved out of his cruel father’s house as soon as he turned eighteen and has been scraping by ever since, but he wants to be a graphic artist, and nothing is going to stand in his way. But then two handsome firefighters turn up a week after Danny’s twenty-fifth birthday, and his life changes completely.

Ben and Abe are twin bear shifters, and they have been waiting for Danny to become an adult (which happens at twenty-five in this shifter world) so they can claim him. They thought Danny was well taken care of, in fact they sent a lot of money to the man Danny thinks of as his father, but what they discover when they come to take Danny home is anything but what they expected. As if that weren’t bad enough, someone is now out to kill Danny, and Abe and Ben have their hands full not just explaining the existence of shifters to Danny but also to stop him from getting killed.

If you like strong, protective, and somewhat possessive shifters, if a human rescued by his fated mates appeals to you, and if you’re looking for a read full of surprises, stubbornness, and lots of loving, then you will probably like this entertaining novella.





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Novella, 155 pages/45036 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 10-September-2015
Price $5.50 ebook
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