Athena’s Hunger by Bonnie Rose Leigh and Gabriella Bradley

Sequel to Shifting Passions

eXtasy

Shape Shifters/Ménage

ISBN: 978-1-55487-396-2

Reviewed by Tanya

   

 

Athena has always known she is different.  Not only was she adopted but suddenly when she started to hit puberty her parents pull her out of school and she is never left alone.  It is as if she is being kept a prisoner in her own home.  Now she is dreaming of someone who looks like she would have as a child, being kidnapped and she is wondering if it is a memory and not a dream.  But her parents refuse to answer any of her questions. 

For almost two decades the three oldest Brody boys have known Athena is their mate.  They also know that she is a shifter, though she does not.  In fact they know that their parents have a nefarious future planned for Athena, just because she is not the same type of shifter they are, and have had this planned since the day she first came to live with them.  The three know they must do whatever they can to protect Athena and get her back to where her family might still live.  They will do whatever it takes to keep her safe, and help her learn her true self, even if it means going up against their clan. 

Can they get Athena to safety and will she and they, be accepted or ostracized? 

Athena’s Hunger is an intriguing sequel to “Shifting Passions” by this writing duo.  It is filled with a glimpse as to what racial hatred can lead people to think is right and just even if their family members don’t agree.  This duo is a well matched team and I think their writing styles mesh very well as the story flows and you can easily root for Athena and her men to be successful.  Additionally there is at least one super erotic scene (maybe more, you’ll have to read it to find out).  I enjoyed Athena’s Hunger and think you will also, and don’t miss “Shifting Passions”, though either book can be read as a stand alone.

     

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