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Winter Solstice Menage by Louisa Bacio
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Double Trouble equals five stars!
Sugar Collins has a big brother named Yas. Yas ventures off to a smaller pack that he learned about from his Mother.
Now that Yas is gone, Sugar decides it’s time to play. And wherever she goes trouble follows. And now that she is learning all her shifting abilities, will she be able to settle down? For that matter, does she even want to…
The best part of Sugar and her dating scenario, is she is dating twins: Derek and Tyler Baker who live in Los Lobos. The confusing, but yet fun part, is that she keeps confusing them, and can’t figure out which of the twins she likes better. They are both so Sexy, and likable, and fun to be with, maybe she could have both? What if? Yeah, if only…
The twins were happy playing the field, until Sugar came into the picture. They have had enough issues with being put through enough issues with their Alpha Leader, so having something other to focus on, made life more entertaining for them.
The true problem, however is, Sugar has an issue that follows her everywhere. Trouble should be her real wolf name, because it follows her everywhere. Once she learns more about her shifting, and dating, and life in general, the newly evolved she-wolf becomes something that even her wolf pack will have issues with taming her.
The “Winter Solstice Run” continues in this saga, and you will love it every step of the way, in this five star book. The characters are intensely evolved and draw you into their lives with them.
“Winter Solstice Menage” is a true five star read, Louisa leaves her readers wanting more, and looking forward to the possibilities of another book. The wolf-packs are truly creative in every aspect. You will love this book, as with anything Louisa puts with pen to paper. Always interesting, and entertaining, and worth your time to read, and leaves you always wanting more! I totally fell in love with Sugar, she was just my kind of character!
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