When Drake and Emmet get dragged along on their companies annual hunting trip, they’re dreading it. They’ve never been ones to hurt animals and hunting foxes seems like a cruel way to spend their free time.
When they head back to their cabin, they’re shocked to find a little fox curled up on the bed, but they’re even more surprised when the fox transforms into the most beautiful woman that they’ve ever seen.
They both want her, but they’ve always had a pact to never let a woman come between them so they agree to not pursue her. Neither can deny the connection they feel with her though.
Lexi has always had a bad habit of doing things that she’s not supposed to. When a scent catches her off guard, she follows it to a little cabin nestled in the woods. She only means to lay down for a minute but when she wakes she finds not one but two men standing over her.
Will Drake and Emmet give in to the bond they both share with Lexi? Or will their clever mate slip away before they can claim her?
Drake and Emmet go on the company hunting trip even though they aren't hunters and don't really want to be there. Once back at their cabin they find a little fox curled up on a bed and are shocked when the fox transforms into a beautiful woman. Lexi lets them know that she's a fox shifter and even though she wants to stay and get to know then because she think they're her mates, she decides to leave. But they want her to stay longer to make sure she's safe while the others are out hunting.
So she stays and gets to know them better and is hoping that they will fall for her before she tells them that she's their mate. But the guys aren't sure how to pick between the two of them who will pursue her since they both really like her.
There's some miscommunication between the three of them and Lexi leaves when she thinks she coming between the two of them and doesn't want to. She doesn't think that they feel the same way she does but when they read her letter, they go after her and try to win her back.
This was a sweet ménage romance with a fox shifter. I liked that she was the one in pursuit in this story instead of the guys being the main ones to pursue her. This was a cute story.
I give this book 4 out of 5 stars.
I am glad that the guys don't like hunting. Hunting for food and hunting for 'fun' are two very different things in my eyes.ReplyDelete
I agree. I liked that about them as well.Delete
Why are there no raccoon shifters in these books of yours?ReplyDelete
Now I'll have to find some.Delete
Fox shifter, eh? That is definitely a new-to-me plot.ReplyDelete
For me as well.Delete
I LOVE a pining heroine! You definitely have me intrigued by this one and love the unique shifters more.ReplyDelete
I'm so glad to hear that.Delete
Awww sounds like a fun oneReplyDelete
I am always looking for shifters other than wolves. It's fun to find fox, bears, birds....I too like that she is the one doing the chasing.ReplyDelete
sherry @ fundinmental
I like unique shifters too.Delete
I'm glad you liked it. Hunting (animals) isn't my thing. Cheers.ReplyDelete
I can understand that. There really wasn't much of that in the book.Delete
Glad this turned out to be a cute one.ReplyDelete
Many thanks for your review Mary.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Sweet that they want to protect her and she wants to protect their friendship.ReplyDelete
I really liked that too.Delete
Its been awhile since I have read a menage romance. This sounds really good.ReplyDelete
It was quite good.Delete
I'm glad you enjoyed it, sounds good!ReplyDelete
Oh my, this sounds good. Glad you had a good time with it.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a good book. Glad that you enjoyed reading it!ReplyDelete
This sounds really good. I don't think that I have read a fox shifter story before.ReplyDelete
I like the unique shifters.Delete
Sounds good! I'm glad they weren't fans of hunting.ReplyDelete
Yay for fun, cute reads!ReplyDelete