Mystic and her friends have
escaped the Howl and are headed to Las Vegas for fun and
adventure. Feeling as if she will never be what her parents
hopeóshe canít even shapeshiftóMystic is at loose ends with
her destiny. She has no idea that those loose ends are
suddenly going to be tied to three alpha malesóRoman, Hawk,
Roman is a vampire and
probably the most alpha of the three men destined to be
Mysticís mates. Formerly a gryphon, he had almost given up
hope of finding his mate. The fact that he has to share her
doesnít sit well with him but he will make it work.
Hawk has been lying in wait
and watching Mystic for months. He instinctively knows she is
his mate and it is only a matter of time before he catches
her, and when he does, they will be the leaders of a new pack.
Christian, a werewolf, is
aligned with no pack. He is a police officer and spends most
of his time alone. Never dreaming he would have a mate of his
own, Christianís feelings for Mystic are instantaneous.
All three men have to come to
terms with what it means to be Mysticís mates. Loving her,
sharing her, and keeping her safe are their first and foremost
concerns. The rest will work itself out, or so they hope.
Holy moly! Mysticís Run should come with a warning and its own ice pack.
Sweating from each encounter with her mates, I found myself
engulfed by the emotions of each individual character and
their ability to throw away their doubts and do the one thing
they were sure ofólove Mystic.
The plot, the emotions, the
sexual tension; it all made for a better book. I love Jory
Strongís writing and with books like Mysticís Run,
she only keeps writing better and better. Two thumbs up and a
long howl for Mysticís Run! Note: Mysticís Run can be read
alone but since it is the third book of a series, The Angelini,
I recommend reading the first two novels just to get a feel
for the world and back stories.