The Lyall brothers are shifters,
Alphas, gorgeous and identical triplets. Over two hundred
years old, they are still searching for the One, the only
woman who will complete them and become their permanent
mate. Some Alpha shifters never find their One but Aindreas,
Brodey and Cailean have faith they will find her.
Hot, muggy weather isn’t endearing
Elain Pardue to stay once she finishes her on air
descriptions of the First Annual Arcadia Highland Games for
her TV station. It’s time to call it a day and head home to
central air conditioning.
Occasionally one of the brothers
scented a female they thought was the One but found
themselves wrong. Today however, when both Brodey and
Cailean scent her they are sure it’s their mate. So
desperate to find her, Brodey shifts to track her. Elain
and her camera man are leaving when a large black ‘dog’
shows up. The ‘dog’ is crazy for Elain and nobody is
claiming him – what’s she supposed to do? At the same time,
Aindreas and Cailean are frantically trying to find their
idiot brother – where the hell is he?
Macho hotties with a heart of gold add
up to Trouble Comes in Threes. A common
plotline made more interesting when you have three Alphas
pitted against an intelligent, seemingly demure newscaster.
Trouble Comes in Threes is a predicable story
yet the writing brings the characters alive and gives
readers a fresh, sexy tale. Pleasing and fun, Trouble
Comes in Threes is an altogether enjoyable story.