Tartan Twins by Selena Illyria

Tartan Werewolves Series, Book 3

Changeling Press

Shape-shifter, Paranormal, Ménage

ISBN: 978-1-60521-114-5

Reviewed by Patrice F.

   

 

Rorick and Lochlan Montgomery have a host of problems all stemming from their half-werewolf, half-incubus heritage.   The need they feel for Robin, their assistant, is driving them out of control.  They’ve resorted to sleeping with more women than they can recall, and it is way past time to claim Robin.  The hardest part is gaining her trust and acceptance.  When they force the issue, she runs away and petitions Iain and Katherine for their help.  She can run but she can’t hide forever.  The Montgomery twins throw in everything to win her heart and convince her to take her place as their chosen mate.

Raunchy is the middle name and game for Tartan Twins, the third book in the Tartan Werewolves series. It’s downright delicious to create a series featuring hunky Scotsmen shape-shifters, but to throw in twins that are incubi with a penchant for sprinkling French words and phrases into the conversation, is just asking for trouble.  Trouble is perfection when it comes packaged as the Montgomery Twins.  I took issue with their lady love, though.  Robin has got to be out of her mind for running away and hiding behind Iain and Katherine!   I did appreciate Katherine’s no-nonsense handle on it all.  She’s a good contrast to Robin, who’s more low key, yet just as determined to do things her way. 

Selena Illyria does an excellent job writing this series.  She takes her sweet time while burning up the manuscript with scenes that would tempt any seasoned purple prose writer to steal her ideas.  I suspect there will be more shape-shifter/human politics (and hot interspecies loving!) on the horizon which will no doubt bring in excitement.   If that doesn’t convince you, take a good look at the gorgeous cover!   The inside lives up to the visuals.  Oh, yeah.

     

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