In Smoke by Crystal Jordan
Wereplanets series, Book 3
Cobblestone Press
Erotic Shifter/Ménage a trios/Gay
ISBN: 978-1-60088-139-8
Reviewed by Talia Ricci



Weredragon Lady Katryn has been living with weretigers on the planet of Vesperi for her entire life.  Pretty much ignored by her ambassador father, she is now required to head back to Harena, the planet of her birth in order to mate with her own kind and become part of a harim. Totally ignorant in the ways of dragons, Katryn is not sure she will be happy living in a new place.  The emissary sent by her affianced mate to transport her to the capital city, Tarkesh makes Katryn yearn for something she can’t have: him.

Lord Tarkesh and Lord Nadir are a mated couple.  Required by their matriarchal planet to mate with a female in order to breed, they know that their love for each other is strong.  However, they want to cherish and love their female mate as well.  Since Nadir is the more dominating of the two dragons, he sends Tarkesh to meet Katryn so that she won’t be scared.  Things backfire when Tarkesh and Katryn hit it off more than Tarkesh thinks they should and he feels like he has betrayed Nadir.  Only time will tell once Tarkesh and Katryn arrive and go through with the bonding ceremony. 

Addicted to this series since I first read, In Ice, I have perused Crystal Jordan’s and Cobblestone Press’ coming soon pages constantly.  I love a good ménage story in which the characters are all bonded and in love with each other.  In Smoke was that type of ménage.  Tarkesh and Nadir were combustible enough as lovers without Katryn but add her into the equation and the entire trio was simply flammable. 

Since In Smoke is the third book of the Wereplanets series, I would recommend going back and reading the first two installments.  If that is not possible, no worries.  In Smoke can be completely read alone and totally understood. It is that good of a story.  Crystal Jordan has a great series with the Wereplanets and I can’t wait to see who the next installment is going to feature!


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