Book Reviews

Unspoken Desires (Tri-Omega Mates 5) by Stormy Glenn at Siren Publishing

Genre Gay / Paranormal / Shifters / Menage MMM / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Christy Duke on 13-August-2013

Book Blurb

Daniel James, required by his alpha to attend a wolf council meeting at Vourdala Island, never expects to run into his mate, Brom McGregor. Several years ago, Brom kicked him out of their pack, saying he would never mate him, that he didn't love Daniel. Running into Brom is almost more than he can handle when Daniel knows he still loves the man.

Brom McGregor is shocked to see Daniel, the man he's always loved and never forgotten. He's even more shocked when his own jealousy makes him claim Daniel as his mate, especially since Brom is already married with two small children. To add to Brom's problems, there's a third mate, Jaryn, whom Daniel doesn't even know about, someone that Brom has spent their years apart protecting.

Faced with a hunt to the death ordered by his father because he mated Daniel, Brom is forced to flee with his two small children and Jaryn. The only place he can think to go is to Daniel. Can he convince Daniel that he sent him away all those years ago to save his life even knowing that he's putting Daniel in danger again? Will Daniel forgive him in time to save Jaryn's life?


Book Review

One of the first things immediately noticeable about this fifth book in the Tri-Omega Mates series, is the length of the story. It is, by far, the longest yet, although I cheated and looked and the next two books are even longer. I liked that because I really think the story was more developed due to the overall number of pages.

My heart really hurt for Daniel in the beginning. How horrible to feel as if your mate didn't want you, would never claim you, and had never loved you. I was irritated with Brom because of all of this turmoil until Jaryn entered the picture and the real reasons behind Brom's actions came to light. It still didn't leave me feeling any more generous toward Brom for quite a while, though. Brom's father, Angus, was a real piece of work and once he entered the scene it was a lot easier to forgive Brom for his decisions.

Watching these three men discover their bond was a lot of fun and very hot. Watching them be parents to their two little boys was even better! The intensity of the story ratcheted up when Brom goes against his father by mating both men. Angus demands the cubs back and they go in front of the Wolf Council for a decision. Of course, Angus had a lot of tricks up his sleeve which made it pretty exciting to read.

This was a great addition to the series because it introduced new people, new packs, and possible new story lines. It was definitely a little different than the other plots have been which provided for great variety and kept everything fresh. I recommend the book and the series.





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Novel, 179 pages/53384 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 01-March-2010
Price $5.99 ebook
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