Blood Brothers
by Susan Arden

Series: Rocky Mountain Shifters #2
Published by Decadent Publishing Genres: Gay, Menage, Paranormal
Source: Publisher

Reviewed by Lisa

Their military service definitively at an end, wolf shifter lovers Tristen and Fin call the metro Denver area home.  Multiple tours of duty in Afghanistan and Iraq continue however to take their toll on the vets.  Nightmares, lack of sleep, and other problems persist in plaguing the wolves, especially nearest the time of the full moon when emotions are heightened.


Most nights Tristen and Fin are able to use sex as a means to sooth them back to sleep, at least for a few hours.  Unfortunately as the days pass the horrors of the past refuse to release their grip.  Both shifters also feel a growing divide forming in their relationship.  Fin attempts to shake things up by bringing another to their bedroom.  This only makes things worse between them.  What Tristen and Fin aren’t saying to each other is tearing them apart.  Loving isn’t enough if the words aren’t spoken.


Harsh drama, smokin’ hot nights.  Pages literally sizzle as Tristen and Fin come together in Blood Brothers.  The realities of PTSD shifter style are exposed and examined.  Sometimes nothing can make the trauma better especially when these lovers are unable to communicate their needs.  A well balanced tale of erotica and emotional turmoil, Blood Brothers is both sexier and deeper than expected.

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