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Into the Lair PDF, ePub eBook Falcon Mercenary Group Book 2 It was supposed to be an easy mission. But nobody told her that. Ian and Braden Thomas return to the U.S. to extract Katie Buchanan, the sister of the teammate who betrayed them. She could very well be the key to taking down the man responsible for turning Ian and Braden into unstable cat shifters. Unfortunately, they’re not the only ones after Falcon Mercenary Group Book 2 It was supposed to be an easy mission. But nobody told her that. Ian and Braden Thomas return to the U.S. to extract Katie Buchanan, the sister of the teammate who betrayed them. She could very well be the key to taking down the man responsible for turning Ian and Braden into unstable cat shifters. Unfortunately, they’re not the only ones after Katie. Katie has no intention of going quietly or of offering her trust on a silver platter. She’s got troubles of her own that don’t include two pain-in-the-ass men who claim her dead brother sent them. She’s too busy trying to stay one step ahead of Ricardo de la Cruz, the brother of a man she killed. As the bodies pile up, Ian and Braden are only sure of one thing: Katie makes them crazy. Something about her calls to their inner predator. They both want her, but she’s made a practice of making bad decisions and trusting the wrong men. And by the time she realizes that she can trust these two warriors, it might just be too late. Product Warnings: Blood, gray matter, guts and gore. Ass kicking, potty mouths, acerbic wit. More mean people, mean people dying, mean people getting what they deserve. Sex…explicit sex, rough sex, ménage a trois, voyeurism, light bondage. Oh, and avalanches.

30 review for Into the Lair

  1. 5 out of 5

    Shawna

    5 stars – Paranormal Romance/Erotica/Ménage I liked the first book Into the Mist just fine, but I enjoyed this second installment in Banks’s Falcon Mercenary Group paranormal erotica series even more. Into the Lair has extra action, lots of ass kicking, and waaay hotter sex, and the two heroes, brothers Ian and Braden, shift into sleek cats (a jaguar and a panther), which to me is a lot sexier than a guy turning into mist. This time around, the FMG sends Ian and Braden to the U.S. to extract the s 5 stars – Paranormal Romance/Erotica/Ménage I liked the first book Into the Mist just fine, but I enjoyed this second installment in Banks’s Falcon Mercenary Group paranormal erotica series even more. Into the Lair has extra action, lots of ass kicking, and waaay hotter sex, and the two heroes, brothers Ian and Braden, shift into sleek cats (a jaguar and a panther), which to me is a lot sexier than a guy turning into mist. This time around, the FMG sends Ian and Braden to the U.S. to extract the sister of their former teammate who betrayed them to the villain responsible for unleashing the chemical agent that turned them into volatile, unstable shifters. The FMG plans to use Katie as bait to draw out their nemesis and enact revenge, since it’s apparent that the bad guys are after her too, although her exact role in their enemy’s evil plot is unclear. Of course, Katie resists Ian and Braden’s offer for help, and she’s much harder to catch than they thought. She refuses to give them her trust, or to go with them willingly for that matter. To make matters worse, something about her tempts the beast inside Ian and Braden that they are trying so hard to fight. Katie calls to their inner predator, and both men want her in a purely animalistic way. Is she strong enough to handle them both, and will her love help them control the dangerous cats lurking within? The brothers are total opposites (Ian is a gruff, brooding alpha and Braden is a jovial, flirtatious beta), but I liked both heroes a lot. The verbal sparring and fighting between Ian, Braden, and Katie is totally sexy foreplay, and they have dynamic chemistry and explosive attraction. The sex scenes are scorching H-O-T! There’s lots of m/f/m ménage sex (some on the rough side), so be warned in case that’s not your preferred blend of romantic/erotic coffee. It’s a very entertaining, action-packed, erotic paranormal romance and another great read by the magnificent Ménage Queen Maya Banks. 5 stars!

  2. 5 out of 5

    mark monday

    i suppose if i were a girl on the run, my whole world crumbling around me, nothing would be more intriguing than being kidnapped by a pair of rough sex-loving were-panther brothers who only want to protect me, keep me captive, and double-team me too of course. isn't this every girl's dream come true? who needs independence with a couple of were-panthers around? freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose... i keep hoping the PNR genre will offer me some kind of a surprise in the way of, i suppose if i were a girl on the run, my whole world crumbling around me, nothing would be more intriguing than being kidnapped by a pair of rough sex-loving were-panther brothers who only want to protect me, keep me captive, and double-team me too of course. isn't this every girl's dream come true? who needs independence with a couple of were-panthers around? freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose... i keep hoping the PNR genre will offer me some kind of a surprise in the way of, oh, interesting writing or disturbing psychodrama or genuinely erotic, at the very least eyebrow-raising sexual scenarios. this is my third one so far and no such luck. the writing was subpar but inoffensive, certainly no worse than that of your average high school football player. i should know - i used to grade their papers; this novel reminded me eerily of the result of any creative writing assignment: that special combination of gung ho enthusiasm, stumbling syntax, and the overriding need to turn every situation into a kind of horny, porny & corny sex comedy or psychodrama. well i will try to say at least a single kind thing: one could admire how the author appears to lose all interest in any kind of narrative once she gets into the graphic (yet workmanlike), multi-chapter menage that forms this novel's climax. there is a kind of willful abandon in that. unfortunately, even that abandon begins to atrophy amidst all the dewy-eyed sentiment.

  3. 5 out of 5

    t'irla ~The Bookslayer~ t'irla's Talk Book Blog

    Review for Into the Mist Book 1 of the Falcon Mercenary Group and this book Into the Lair book 2 of Falcon Mercenary Group. Note: These books are 1 and 2 of a series that the author for some reason decided not to continue and being that I found that out 1/2 way through the second book it did cast a shadow on my review and that took a star from both books. I listened to both books via audiobook and found the narrator acceptable to good. These books are based on a story of 2 paramilitary groups. I Review for Into the Mist Book 1 of the Falcon Mercenary Group and this book Into the Lair book 2 of Falcon Mercenary Group. Note: These books are 1 and 2 of a series that the author for some reason decided not to continue and being that I found that out 1/2 way through the second book it did cast a shadow on my review and that took a star from both books. I listened to both books via audiobook and found the narrator acceptable to good. These books are based on a story of 2 paramilitary groups. In book one Falcon Mercenary Group is hilighted. It is the story mainly of the female group member who has to deal with a brother who was "gassed" while on a mission and the outcome was uncontrolled shifts into assuming animal form. The mission he was on involved him leading another paramilitary group into the ambush with affected him and the other group. The other group is hilighted in book 2 of the series which dealt with 2 of the members turning into feline shifters again without real control and them meeting their mate. Over all I really enjoyed both stories and really wanted to continue to find out more about the groups and their stories. Out of 6 main male characters we have the stories of 3 in these two novels. The plot was fast paced for the most part and the characters were good. I do think a bit more depth of character backgrounds and emotions would have made the connection between reader and character a bit more intense. I always felt there was a wall there that never really let me connect deeply with the characters. The author seemed to just touch on aspects of their stories or character traits which would have made the novels a better read if she had delved further into who they are and where they came from..the crumb trail that was laid in the stories just wasn't quite enough to form a bond. The plot arc was interesting and just different enough from others in this genre to create suspense and excitement. I think book two took the excitement up a notch from book one as we learnt more about the enemy. Overall I thought both books were really good and am giving them a 3 star rating each. I think if the author had decided to continue that future books would have become even better as we got to know more members of the teams and see them interact with each other. I'm totally disappointed to be left hanging. I love Maya Banks and am a huge fan...this won't stop me from reading her books but as said..i'm disappointed. t'irla t'irla's talk book blog tirlastalk.blogspot.ca

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    This is the last book out in this series but it doesn’t seem like it should be the end... too many loose ends. Maybe Maya Banks will eventually write another one but who knows 🤷🏼♀ This is the last book out in this series but it doesn’t seem like it should be the end... too many loose ends. Maybe Maya Banks will eventually write another one but who knows 🤷🏼‍♀️

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    Continuing this series on audiobook, I listened to book 1 also. Just starting the book I can say the narrator is an issue. It is not the same as book 1, which is not always an issue for me unless there is a narrator change far into a series and I am already used to the voices. Issue 1 I have is this narrator is good during the dialogue parts, but for the narration she lacks any emotion and it is annoying. I get narration doesn't take on its own voice, but no need to be so robotic about it. I can Continuing this series on audiobook, I listened to book 1 also. Just starting the book I can say the narrator is an issue. It is not the same as book 1, which is not always an issue for me unless there is a narrator change far into a series and I am already used to the voices. Issue 1 I have is this narrator is good during the dialogue parts, but for the narration she lacks any emotion and it is annoying. I get narration doesn't take on its own voice, but no need to be so robotic about it. I can only hope all the character are chatty Cathys and get alot of back and forth dialogue. Second issue, I am missing the Irish brogues the narrator in book 1 gave Ian and Braeden. But I will get over that I guess. This book as decent. There was alot of action at the beginning which then fizzled into the Ian/Braeden/Katie triad. Spent alot of time on that aspect. Then action again. But it didn't have the impact it should have. May be the narrator....who got no better as the book went on, but there turned out to be enough dialogue to save it for me. It was just an ok book. I would continue with the series, if for no other reason than to see what happens with D and how he controls his shifting. After a search on her website, it seems I may never find out D's story. Which, honestly, is one of the things that urks me more than anything about series. If you write the book, like there is going to be a follow up book, write that follow up book! Otherwise, keep it like it could go either way. I have read books where you want more, but are content with the ending. But if I read a book that leaves the opening so humongous nothing but another book would fill it, I expect there to be another book. I feel this series leaves the reader hanging on D's story, for 2 books, and to not follow through with it is annoying. It is the main reason why, with certain authors (or ones I think may flake) I wait until they are far into the series to start. So I am not left hanging.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Holli

    While quite I liked this book, I kept wanting to deck Katie because she was driving me completely bonkers. I've never seen so much waffling between decisions in my life. I know why she was like this, but driving me mad is still driving me mad. The sudden romance between the trio bothered me some as Katie's side didn't entirely mesh with how her personality is to that point. Almost like delayed insta-love, I guess? Either way, it didn't mesh as well as Eli and Tyana's did for me in the first book While quite I liked this book, I kept wanting to deck Katie because she was driving me completely bonkers. I've never seen so much waffling between decisions in my life. I know why she was like this, but driving me mad is still driving me mad. The sudden romance between the trio bothered me some as Katie's side didn't entirely mesh with how her personality is to that point. Almost like delayed insta-love, I guess? Either way, it didn't mesh as well as Eli and Tyana's did for me in the first book. Her way of having sex also left me wondering how she didn't come out of it without bleeding to death or in need of corrective surgery. My big gripe is that this book focused way too much on the sex between the three and not enough on the fact that Katie is a target and in great danger. It's an erotic romance and I understand how they work. I write in this genre, so I know their "formula." I know sex is a big part of them, but if you introduce the plot of "she is a target of a big bad guy," shouldn't that be a big focal point also? I still liked the book and very much wish Ms. Banks would continue the series. It's a good world and has intriguing characters. It also leaves a ton of unanswered questions and I want a new entry into this series to answer some of them.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rinou

    I'm so disappointed as I usually like Maya Banks' books, but this one didn't work for me. I didn't care for the heroine, I found her way too aggressive even if I can understand her need to protect herself. What I didn't understand is her enjoying rough sex just after being stab in the belly. Most of the sex scenes seemed more painful than enjoyable, especially as they seem to go on and on with not much of tenderness but a lot of description of rough behavior. I was only thinking the heroine would I'm so disappointed as I usually like Maya Banks' books, but this one didn't work for me. I didn't care for the heroine, I found her way too aggressive even if I can understand her need to protect herself. What I didn't understand is her enjoying rough sex just after being stab in the belly. Most of the sex scenes seemed more painful than enjoyable, especially as they seem to go on and on with not much of tenderness but a lot of description of rough behavior. I was only thinking the heroine would be sore after such a treatment. And the (little bit of) suspense plot wasn't enough to catch back my interest.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Crazy4more

    3.5-4 stars As the brothers, Ian and Braden, promised on Gabe's last breath to care for his sister, Katie. This promise has lead them into so much entanglements, pain, heartache, betrayal, entrapment and the ultimate, love. It's actually a very exciting, fun, erotic read with a decent plot...but it got little lengthy with the constant escaping. I wanted more depth, maybe I'm being too harsh and it should be more like a 4 stars. I mean, I did finished it in one weekend, so it's must have enthralle 3.5-4 stars As the brothers, Ian and Braden, promised on Gabe's last breath to care for his sister, Katie. This promise has lead them into so much entanglements, pain, heartache, betrayal, entrapment and the ultimate, love. It's actually a very exciting, fun, erotic read with a decent plot...but it got little lengthy with the constant escaping. I wanted more depth, maybe I'm being too harsh and it should be more like a 4 stars. I mean, I did finished it in one weekend, so it's must have enthralled me enough, hmmm???

  9. 4 out of 5

    marlene

    i liked the first falcon book but i loved this one. i fell in love with all three of the main characters. katie was no slouch. she was one heck of a fighter not only for herself but for those she loved and was loyal to. the brothers were just something else. they flowed within the story at such a natural pace that you would never bat an eyelash at what they were doing along the way. i hope we get to see more of them at their home in future books. i decided i was not quite done with them.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Amanda S.

    Is Maya Banks still work for book 3? I can't wait to read it. Like seriously. Kind of wish there'll be Damiano's story. I love Braden and Ian. Don't you think a boyfriend who can turn into a big cat's kind of hot? ;)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Marcella

    Wonderful. I wish there were more books in this series.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    This one wasn't for me. Maya Banks is one of my all-time favorite authors and I love how protective and caring her alpha-male heroes are. The heroes in the book constantly contradicted themselves. Braden and Ian would act like they didn't want Katie in danger and wanted to protect her from being hurt, but then later they basically told her they weren't going to be slow or gentle with her and that she should be prepared because "It'll probably hurt." There were some parts of this book that I like This one wasn't for me. Maya Banks is one of my all-time favorite authors and I love how protective and caring her alpha-male heroes are. The heroes in the book constantly contradicted themselves. Braden and Ian would act like they didn't want Katie in danger and wanted to protect her from being hurt, but then later they basically told her they weren't going to be slow or gentle with her and that she should be prepared because "It'll probably hurt." There were some parts of this book that I liked but hated how Braden and Ian's characters seemed underdeveloped and contradictory.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa Nuttall

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It was ok... but the whole brother thing was really weird. I don’t mind threesomes... but they are brothers... who fell in love with the same girl... and I listened to this book... and the lady who read it was HORRIBLE! But I did like how it ended. Even thought it was really weird for them both to love her and vis versa.... I love that she always went to Ian first. But that her and Braden and her can play in cat form together. The last paragraph is my favorite. I really did love that part.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Colleen

    Running low on something to read I grabbed this off the shelf at the library. I thought it might be a guilty pleasure fantasy type book. It was badly written and even the menage scenes didn't hold my attention. Also, the character's relationship doesn't come to a satisfactory conclusion with the end of the book. I guess to force you to read more of the series to find out what happens. I don't see myself bothering.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Brant

    Pretty awesome Man, this is shaping into an awesome series, I'm sad there's no more. I've thoroughly enjoyed it so far. Great characters that I can't wait to see how their stories are told. A couple of people said that this story was cold and too sexual, but I thought it was perfect.

  16. 4 out of 5

    K Basaraba

    I returned this book halfway through. I did not care for the threesome at all. Plus, I really didn't like her. This book was always on the back burner for me. It just did not click for me. I think I'm done with this series. Sorry Maya.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Xiamera

    Katie was annoying in the beginning, then she mellowed a bit too quickly for me and by the end I don't think there was a ton of character development there. Ian and Braden failed to impress me as heroes and as a whole I didn't care for these characters.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Bailey

    Started out okay, with enough action in the beginning, but as soon as all the characters holed up in the safe house it turned slow and boring. I don’t care enough about any of the characters to even finish it.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Leslie

    Basically, because she has such low self esteem, sex has to be brutal for her to allow herself to enjoy it and the two guys she's with get to use her like a cheep whore... but it's all ok because they care about her and she has lot of orgasms....please...

  20. 5 out of 5

    Gail A Ostrove

    Ian and Braden Both fall in love with Katie and wind up saving her and give her a loving future and a family.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Peggy Draper

    Good twist for the second book with an ending I want expecting. Enjoyed the threesom connection both physically and emotionally.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    Enjoyed the story line.

  23. 4 out of 5

    TinaMarie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Warning some sex scenes are very rough, with devoted shifter brothers. The fanatical scientist that turned them int his experiments

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer greenwood

    Very good A different type of read I'm used to but needed a little change and I truly enjoyed it. It was very good and suspenseful

  25. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    Good paranormal romance Enjoyable paranormal romance with a huge bit of mystery and subterfuge added in. Ménage relationship and lots of sex. Recommend.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Natasha

    Wow ...took me way too long to read this..but I'm glad..just drew out the beauty of the work. I loved this book

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jean

    Very shallow. Probably would appeal to Laurell K. Hamilton fans.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    So this book is about Ian and Braden. They can both shift into animals after a science experiment gone wrong but neither of them can control their shifts. Ian and Braden searches for Katie who is the sister of their team mate who betrayed them. Both of them wants to use her as bait to catch Estaban, the man who turned them into unstable shifters, and find a cure. Katie is on the run from Ricardo de la Cruz and she is constantly looking over her shoulders. She killed his brother and now Ricardo wa So this book is about Ian and Braden. They can both shift into animals after a science experiment gone wrong but neither of them can control their shifts. Ian and Braden searches for Katie who is the sister of their team mate who betrayed them. Both of them wants to use her as bait to catch Estaban, the man who turned them into unstable shifters, and find a cure. Katie is on the run from Ricardo de la Cruz and she is constantly looking over her shoulders. She killed his brother and now Ricardo wants Katie's head on a silver platter. When Ian and Braden shows up, Katie fights the brothers tooth and nails because she thinks that Ricardo sent them to capture her. The brothers catch her but she keeps running from them. Katie doesn't trust anyone, she has been on her own for too long to trust two strangers that show up out of nowhere, even if they claim to know her brother. She is fierce and independent and if you mess with her, she will kick your ass. When Ricardo finally captures Katie, Ian and Braden helps her escape and they all go on the run. Ian and Braden are both attracted to her but they are frustrated with Katie's constant attempts to escape (and to be honest, I was too). (view spoiler)[Eventually, Ricardo catches up with Katie and the brothers kill him (hide spoiler)] Katie's attitude changes at this point in the book. (view spoiler)[It isn't due to Ricardo's death or anything but she goes soft on me (hide spoiler)] In the beginning of the book, Katie is constantly talking back or kicking some ass but in the middle, she becomes softer and happier with letting the brothers take the lead, like most of the heroines that Banks likes to write. They fall into a happy phase in the book, where they have lots of sex and cuddle time together. Just when everything is going great, Katie has a misunderstanding when she overhears a conversation about how Ian and Braden are going to use her as bait and, of course, she doesn't stay to hear about how they love her and want to keep her safe. Katie is hurt by this (whereas in the beginning of the book, she would've been ready to rip them a new one) and she decides to leave because she doesn't want to be used and manipulated. (view spoiler)[She gets ready to leave and drugs Ian and Braden so she can leave but she gets caught by Eli. Eli lets her go because Estaban finds them and she runs so she can lead them away from the brothers. The brother go after Katie because they realize that she thinks they betrayed her. Estaban captures Katie because her brother was able to control his ability to shift and he figures that Katie would too because they share the same DNA. The brothers come to Katie's rescues but Estaban knocks them out. Ian and Braden shifts and kills Estaban and they both learn to control their shifts (hide spoiler)] Ian and Braden are both typical Maya Bank's heroes (by the middle of the book). Both of them loves and spoils Katie and wants to protect her at all cost. They whisper sweet nothings to Katie and they are both putty when it comes to Katie. I generally liked the book and the writing was great but I am giving the book 3 stars because Katie annoyed me in the beginning of the book because she kept trying to run away which put her ass in more danger. She tried to run away so many times that it started to get on my nerve. The book also didn't really hold my attention. I kind of felt like I was reading a book with two different plots. This book can be read as a standalone and it has a happy ending. It contains M/F/M.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sandy M

    I am so loving this series. Shifters are my favorite to read and I enjoy so much the different way Ms. Banks has given us these shifters. And the fact that they’re all alpha to the core doesn’t hurt one iota. Ian and Braden Thomas are brothers and part of the Falcon Mercenary Group which formed at the end of the first book in the series, Into the Mist, which I also reviewed. They, along with other members of their team, have been forced into their shifting lives when they were sprayed with a chem I am so loving this series. Shifters are my favorite to read and I enjoy so much the different way Ms. Banks has given us these shifters. And the fact that they’re all alpha to the core doesn’t hurt one iota. Ian and Braden Thomas are brothers and part of the Falcon Mercenary Group which formed at the end of the first book in the series, Into the Mist, which I also reviewed. They, along with other members of their team, have been forced into their shifting lives when they were sprayed with a chemical compound on a prior mission. Ian is a jaguar and Braden is a tiger, and they do everything possible to keep from shifting, including injecting themselves with a sedative when a shift is imminent. Their current mission is to track down the sister of a deceased comrade before the man who caused their plight finds her. From the moment they make contact with Kate Buchanan, she always seems to have the upper hand and they can’t figure out how a slip of woman can give them such trouble. Especially when they’re only trying to help. But Katie trusts no one. Her brother Gabe taught her that and taught her how to survive. She’s been on the run for a while now, trying to stay a step ahead of the brother of the man she killed. Thinking the two men who are now after her this time work for that slim, she runs and throws at them every trick her brother ever showed her. Even when they finally catch up with her and they explain who they are and what they want, Katie finds it too hard to trust, especially when she learns the truth about their hidden animals. However, being back in her enemy’s hands makes her realize that Ian and Braden are the lesser of two evils. It’s not until they both love her that the barriers come down and she finds what she’s always been looking for. Of course, my favorite part of this books is those brothers. Sexy as all get-out and as dominant as their inner beasts, they still have that slight sensitive side and you know they love one another. That shows each time one of them shifts. They want to make sure they’re far enough away from each other so they can do no harm to the other when in their animal form, and that eventually includes Katie when their feelings for her begin to change. The love scenes are sizzling, demanding, and tender all at once, and that’s my second favorite thing in this books. The third would be all the action, and there is loads of it. We also get to meet the rest of the Falcon team again, including Eli and Tyana from Into the Mist. Their story isn’t totally over and there’s some lovely scenes between them here. I’m really looking forward to Damiano’s book, Ty’s brother. He’s the worst affected by their forced shifting, the worst tortured so far, so his book should be full of emotion, which is something Ms. Banks is excellent at. Two down and hopefully a lot more to come. This is one series I don’t want to miss a thing on!

  30. 5 out of 5

    April

    Wow!!! This book is uber hot in the second half!!! It almost drops the story, thankfully it picks things back up after a few very smexy chapters!!!! The story her continues after the first book left off. Yummy Ian and Braden are our heroes, that means menage. They are still having shifting issues and it gets worse when they meet Gabe's little sister Katie. They are a bit on the gruff side, perhaps there is a better way to approach the girl. The story has two major plots going on, first Katie alre Wow!!! This book is uber hot in the second half!!! It almost drops the story, thankfully it picks things back up after a few very smexy chapters!!!! The story her continues after the first book left off. Yummy Ian and Braden are our heroes, that means menage. They are still having shifting issues and it gets worse when they meet Gabe's little sister Katie. They are a bit on the gruff side, perhaps there is a better way to approach the girl. The story has two major plots going on, first Katie already has trouble knocking on her door. That is pretty much the first half of the book, before the smexy stuff occurs. We spend a few chapter smexing in a safehouse, then on to the second plot with Esteban. The narrative is mixed, giving POV from the three leads and some from supporting cast. Love this type because you really get into everybodies heads. We revisit Eli and Tyana from the first book and get resolution on their HEA. The steam is uber hot!!! Like read while in a cold shower, hot! Get ready for plenty of variety in the menage positions and even a couple one on one scenes. I am pretty sure Ms Banks hit on every combo you can get in a three-way, well not MM, they are brothers after all. I listened to the audiobook narrated by Rebecca Estrella, who does a great job. I am so happy the narrator changed from the first book. She does a great job with all the voices, no strange accents here, everything stays consistent and distinct. I really enjoyed her swift pace and the energy she adds to the read. I am a little upset because I am pretty sure this is the end of the series and everything is not resolved. There were threads left loose and characters without a HEA. Such a bummer!

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