When Genevieve moved to a small town in Georgia, she was hoping for a quiet life, but she had no idea that the town was home to a secretive pack of werewolves and her life was going to be anything but quiet.
Intrigued by the new arrival, twin Alpha Wolves Asher and Sylan made it their business to investigate Genevieve and find out if she may pose a threat to their pack.
However, upon meeting her, the twins knew that they had met their future mate. Now they must convince Genevieve that not only is she destined to join them as a mate, but that she must also be shared by the twin Alphas of the wolf pack....
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Just Another Audiobook Addict! Love listening to all types of romances, but occasionally need a good Sci-Fi, Fantasy, or a book with humor!
I rarely listen to stories regarding threesomes but love shifter romances so I thought I give this story a shot. Overall, it was decent, had great characters, and moved at a steady pace. There's also a few steamy scenes too boot! I liked how Jasmine created a plot where there were two alphas over the same pack, it's rare to see that in a shifter story. I liked this one enough I would check out other books by Jasmine.
As always, Meghan does an AWESOME job narrating, and her characters are easily distinguishable.
I received this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
Hello I am addicted to Audible!!! The addiction is real and I need help...more credits that is.....
I was given this book in return for honest unbiased opinion. This menage shifter book was AWESOME!! I enjoyed the narration, the drama as well as the fact that the Alphas had to work to have the mate that they wanted. Now with that being said this is not your typical Mating and not your typical Wolf Shifters but hey I love a change in the norm. Overall I thoiught this book was good and I would listern to it again.
I enjoyed listening to this story. It's your typical ménage what isn't there to like. The narrator was ok This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.”
I am addicted to audiobooks. It makes my 1 hour (each way) commute go by without me becoming an agressive driver. lol
I received this audio book free for an honest review. This was a cute menage romance. It had a complete story, with defined characters. There was a bit of suspense and a whole lot of romance. Always love it when a human female has to prove herself, physically. The author, Jasmine, does a great job of creating the story and developing the strong characters. Genevieve and her two shifters, Asher and Sylan, have figured out how to run their pack with two alphas so it should work with two men and one mate. Enjoyed reading this light-hearted story.
the story line was good, just the right amount of humour, suspense, and action. the love scenes were hot and not overly done or outrageously fake. would love to read more
Love books. Can get lost in them and spend hours there.
This story was good and the narrator did a wonderful job.
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This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.
I chose this audio just for something different and didn't expect a lot. It really was a fun and engaging listen. The narrator did an excellent job, differing voices and interesting when the twins would speak at the same time.
The Heroine moves into her grandmothers home after she passes and it happened to be in werewolf territory. Twin alphas, Sylvan and Asher run the pack and visit her in arrival to see if she is a threat, they are both interested in her and have ongoing brotherly rivalries, included computer games...it still always remains friendly. In some ways the brothers act like frat boys, sweet but silly. There's tension in the pack because twin alphas is unusually, plus they determine the H is their mate, both of them, again unusual. This story actually treated e menage aspect with some humor and on occasion these stories can have a nick factor which was missing here. Funny when the boys try to decide who will answer the door when the h comes over or who will carry her to the bedroom by doing Rock Paper Scissors.
I really enjoyed the story and the characters and would certainly enjoyed more of the authors books
Only a few times have I actually laughed out loud in public. I was so into the story that I forgot I was in public. I don't know which brother I like more but I will say I loved how they interact as almost one person but clearly had separate personalities and quirks. I also like this narrater. I have heard some other stories she has done and really enjoyed her style.
I liked the book, but am getting tired of books where the female lead can not seem to make up her mind on what she wants.
I love reading! I also love looking for mistakes in what I'm reading.
From Jasmine White, probably. From Meghan Kelley, less likely (Read below).
I noticed with this story that the writer had a few issues, at least that’s what it seemed like based on how the narrator read certain parts. One example involved the word ‘laughter’. I forgot what part of the story it was, but when the narrator came to it she pronounced it as though it would be misspelled. She pronounced it as ‘laughger’, instead of with a ‘t’. Or there’s grammatical issues, for example, “He’s getting too big for his britches anymore.” Anymore? Of course, if I had read the story I'm sure I could have found many more mistakes. But that doesn't necessarily detract from the story because I love looking for mistakes. The story itself was alright, nothing to write home about though. I've read many werewolf related stories, so the fact that this one had two alphas leading a single pack was different. While I like authors to come up with their own unique twists to add to stories based on common themes, this twist might have been too much. The whole relationship between the three main characters moved way too fast. They didn't seem to do anything unless they did it (sex, make-out, talk) together.
Well considering I don't really recommend stories I read to others, I would if someone asked about an interesting werewolf story.
The narrator sounded like she had a cold or scratchy throat or something a majority of the time, especially when she was just narrating/telling the story. Otherwise, there were times when it sounded like she was moving away from the microphone, specifically whenever she said something like ‘Asher said, Sylvan replied, so-and-so acknowledged’. When the narrator talked as both Asher and Sylvan at the same time, she sounded like she got a lot closer to the microphone. The whole ‘moving back and forth’ was annoying. Maybe audio books aren’t for me, I only started listening to them while I exercised (I get bored easily when exercising is involved so the stories are supposed to keep me focused). I don’t know. Something I would change about audio books, in general, is having more than a single narrator/person. I think there should be AT LEAST one man and one woman. There is a definite difference between reading a story and listening to one. The reader typically imagines what the character’s voices sound like, but hearing the female narrator vocalizing a male character’s voice…definitely sounds like a woman pretending to be a man. This is a big part of reading and so with the single audio book person (typically), it’s a negative for me. So in that regard, it’s not possible, at least for me, to give as good of a rating/review as it would have been if I’d just read the story myself.
Based on how the story ends...that's what she said.
A single werewolf would mate with a single woman. The fact that both of the brothers planned on mating with her? That’s a first.
The whole Sylvan/Asher/Genevieve relationship moved extremely fast! And having the story end with the guys performing anal on her? Speechless.
After Sylvan and Genevieve have relations in the woods and hear the other wolves howling, instead of Sylvan going after the wolves to find them, why didn’t they just leave in the vehicle they had come in?
If one of the bad wolves were still outside the house, and Sylvan and Asher had no real proof that Raul and his gang were the ones that started the fire, why did they not seem to care about him? There was there proof.
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