Coffee cart owner and witch Renee
Parcell and feline shape shifter and lawyer Galen de La Vega
have been dating and living together for a while now. They
have mated and bonded as a couple. Galen soothes Renee’s
soul and her heart belongs only to him. Galen is a cat
shifter and as such their love making is hot, heavy, and
often. The two are inseparable and don’t even look at other
people, much less desire them. Galen is all Renee wants in
her life and she is content. But if this is the case, then
why is she looking at her new customer like she could lick
him up for dinner?
Jack Meyers, an Enforcer with the
National Pack of werewolves, never thought his dream of
finding his mate would ever come true. But it has in the
form of smoothie and coffee cart owner Renee Parcell.
Except there is a problem. Jack can sense her desire for
him, but he senses something else – she carries the mating
scent of a feline. His inner wolf roars its discontent in
his head, but Jack knows that in order to have a mate, he
will have to accept more than just Renee in his life. Galen
is part of the bargain as well.
Lauren Dane’s wolves make me howl. I
love everything about them – how they mate, their skills in
the bedroom, their love for their mates. Then the ante ups
and I meet Galen de La Vega. Lord have mercy, but this
feline shape shifter was naughty and nice all rolled into a
nice big *cough* package. His love for Renee was absolute
and unwavering. The only thing I didn’t like about
Trinity was Renee. I disliked her stubbornness, I
found her unworthy of either man, and her attitude just
plain got on my nerves. She is not the best female lead
character Lauren Dane has ever written, that’s for sure.
As for the storyline, Trinity
was intriguing to me as a reader. It appealed to my
romantic side when the three characters were together,
especially Jack. I adored that wolf completely. The last
problem for me with Trinity was the ending.
It just, well, ended. Nothing was resolved and I felt I was
let down. When Trinity ended without a true
conclusion to the Galen/Renee/Jack sandwich, I sat in
stunned silence. We’ll see if this is resolved in other
books. I’ll cross my fingers.