Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Romance Book Review: Circe's Recruits: Zack and Ace

Author: Marie Harte
Series: Circe’s Recruits
ISBN: 978-1-59632-245-5
Genre: Multicultural/Paranormal Shape-shifter/ Ménage


Second book in Marie's Circe's Recruits. Not much new to say from the last review. This book read a little better than the first. A little more action and insight into story line. There was also a lot more character development, which helped make the story flow better.


In the three years since Project Dawn disbanded, Zack and Ace continue to fight the good fight. Now civilians, their squad--Circe's Recruits--works for a private organization bent on cleaning up the mess left in its wake. Pearson Labs continues to create Circs, people who have been genetically changed. When needed, these Circs take on an altered form neither man nor animal, but something in between. Unlike Zack and Ace's squad, the Circs coming out of Pearson Labs aren't sane.

Zack and Ace have been dancing around their "just friends" relationship for years. Being Circ means unavoidable intimacy when the mating heat strikes, and it's putting a strain on their friendship. They're finally nearing an understanding about what they truly mean to each other when they're stunned by Kelly, the woman they've been lusting after for years. Suddenly she's available to both in a way she's never been before. Lust and love confuse the issue, until wounded emotions pull the threesome apart and Kelly is captured by the enemy. Can Zack and Ace come to grips with their differences in time to save Kelly, or will their difficulties lose them the loves of their lives?

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, domination, male/male sexual practices, ménage (m/f/m), sex while in shifted form, violence.

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