The Lionís Share by Jet Mykles
Leashed, Book 3
Loose Id
Shapeshifter Paranormal (M/M/F)
ISBN: 978-1-59632-679-8
Reviewed by Sabella

 

   

 

Meg is just keeping her head above water these days and the pressure from Michael and her father, Julian, is not helping her any.  Right now, Meg needs to tame the maelstrom of magic left behind by the misuse and death of Roland, while hiding the fact that Michael is a witch, too, and not let herself get roped into becoming Grand Dame, which she absolutely refuses to do.  However, as the politics get more complicated and Meg is involuntarily pushed into the middle of a politically explosive struggle by the different factions in the area, she will have to juggle things very, very carefully to stay out of it all.

The Lionís Share is a fast-paced and action-packed story that follows Megís reluctant acceptance of her place in the magical world.  As before, Jet Mykles packs this story with sensuality and enough intrigue, danger, and passion to keep you glued to your seat, turning the pages well past your bedtime.  Meg continues to deny her magical strength, even in the face of evidence to the contrary, while Michael continues to push her into realizing her potential Ė but to what end?  Michael has his own agenda, which will seem incomprehensible until their relationship is attacked.  Then Meg will stop at nothing to get him back, which leads to a satisfying resolution of all the issues touched upon in the previous books, while leaving the door open to future sequels.  Rudy, like in previous occasions, is the stabilizing force in the trio with his unwavering support of Meg and Michael, while keeping them together and on an even keel.  All three are absolutely explosive when they come together, which you will not want to miss!  The Lionís Share is among my favorite mťnage books with its magical doings and fast moving plot. Donít miss out, pick up The Lionís Share today.

     

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