Saturday, April 9, 2011

Jacey, Fynn & Aden

Title: Jacey, Fynn & Aden
Author: Nerine Petros
Publisher: Torquere Press
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ISBN: 978-1-61040-190-6
Genre: {M/M/M} Shape-Shifters
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx

Jacey had set out to distract himself from the lure of Flynn and Aden only to wake up the next morning hurting from his drinking binge after a night at the local bar. Jacey is dingo shifters Fynn and Aden’s mate; nevertheless Jacey continues to state publicly that he is straight.

Jacey, Fynn & Aden is the second book in the Shifting Perspectives series. The humorous storyline is about the five member gay Dingo shifter pack that had recently moved from Fraser Island. The setting is rural Australia. There is a brief segment of intimacy. The characters are believable. When Oliver, whom I met in the first book, moved the butcher shop he owned onto the shifter’s ranch, Jacey continues to work for Oliver as an assistant butcher. Jacey is somewhat of a loner. For years, Jacey had kept his true sexuality hidden from everyone including himself until Flynn declared, after a kiss, that Jacey is their mate.

Flynn has a take-charge personality, which makes it very hard for him to wait for Jacey to come to them willingly. Aden presents a calm demeanor most of the time. Aden also has a rare gift that the other shifters are not conscious of. Flynn and Aden had known there was a chance there may be a third mate for them, so it was no surprise when their instincts lead them to Jacey. All that remains is for Flynn and Aden to teach their human mate what it means to be bonded to two dingo shifters. Nerine Petros has created an exceptional, as well as exceedingly enjoyable saga. I look forward to the next episode of this series.

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