Sunday, March 4, 2012

Bald Eagle

Title: Bald Eagle
Author: Lynn Hagen
Publisher: Siren -Bookstrand
Publisher’s URL: http://www.bookstrand.com
ISBN: 1619262312
Genre: {M/M/M}, Paranormal, Series
Rating: 4.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymph Reviewer: Critter Nymph 

Bald Eagle has been craving his mate from the moment he meet the man.   Cheyenne is an omega with the ability to heal and Bald Eagle will do anything to keep the younger shifter from living through the same torture he did.  When Doctor Maximus Samuel shows up, he turns Bald Eagle’s already confusing life on its ear. 

Since the start of the Zeus’s Pack series, I have been patiently waiting for Bald Eagle’s story.  Bald Eagle was introduced early in the series and, as the readers know, he was Jackson’s (the former Alpha) whipping boy.  After the hints of abuse the shifter suffered at the hands of his old Alpha, I wanted him to find someone who would love him beyond measure.  When Cheyenne, with all his issues, was introduced into the series and it became clear that he would be one of Bald Eagle’s mates, I wondered just how the author would bring them together.  The author did not disappoint and in Bald Eagle, book seven of the Zeus’s Pack series; she brings together a ménage a trois that soon became one of my favorites. 

The fact that Bald Eagle is such a tortured soul and it's affecting both the solider in him and Cheyenne is clearly obvious, so when Max comes into the picture, it throws the other two shifters into a tailspin.  The anger, remorse, jealousy, guilt and fear that all three men begin to feel comes across realistically.  Even the way in which Bald Eagle ends up touching Cheyenne is well done.  Watch out, however, because once the gloves are off and the physical aspect of the men’s relationship is open to them, they really heat up the pages.  This does not mean all is roses for the men though, especially since the author introduces a new villain to the series. 

Bald Eagle was well worth the wait and I can’t wait to see what she has planned next.

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