Thursday, May 12, 2011

George’s Turn

Title: George’s Turn
Author: Lynn Hagen
Publisher: Siren-BookStrand
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ISBN: 1-601034-327-1
Genre: {M/M}, Shape-shifter, Series
Rating: 4.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymph Reviewer: Critter Nymph

Tank is ready to find his mate. Watching the other pack members interacting with their mates just makes the craving stronger. When he met George, he thought his wishes had been answered. Only he didn’t expect his mate to be such a top, or back in the closet.

From the beginning, readers know George’s Turn, the latest story in the Brac Pack series, will be different from the previous stories. Tank is larger than life but, as gentle as he is with the little mates, he needs someone who can stand on their own. He’s found that person with George. George has not had any positive experiences with being gay so, with his recent move, has decided to keep his preferences to himself. Of course, that doesn’t last long once he meets Tank. George is different from the previous mates in many ways, but the most noticeable ones are his age and size. Slightly older and taller than the other mates, George is more than able to take care of himself. The first time this became necessary had me laughing out loud because those two vampires never stood a chance. But being as strong as he is makes for some problems, especially when it comes to Tank claiming him. When the men work out their differences, they come together beautifully.

There are also some new problems for the pack. Not only do they have a few rogue werewolves to worry about, but now some rogue vampires have moved into the area. Then there is the mischief caused by the mates, who only wanted to help Tank and George. All in all, the reader is sure to find enough going on in George’s Turn to stay entertained until the last page.

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