Trinity by Lauren Dane

October 12, 2017 Book Review 0 ★★★★

Trinity by Lauren Dane four-stars
Trinity by Lauren Dane
Series: de La Vega Cats #1
Also in this series: Revelation
Published by Carina Press on September 18, 2017
Genres: Paranormal
Pages: 320
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Previously published; newly refreshed by author

Fall in love with the de La Vega cat shifters in this classic paranormal romance from New York Times bestselling author Lauren Dane, a spinoff of the fan-favorite Cascadia Wolves series

Renee Parcell's magic has always been just under the surface—ready to be called, if only she'd acknowledge it. But she's more than happy without adding magic to the mix. With a fulfilling job and a cat-shifter mate, Galen, who loves her fiercely and treats her well, she has everything she needs without living as a witch.

Until Jack Meyers, enforcer of the national wolf pack, walks into her life and changes everything.

Handsome, charming and honest, Jack has a connection with Renee that is so strong, it can only be a mate bond. What could be disaster turns to hope when they discover that their connection is made more powerful—and more intense—by Galen's presence.

Cat, wolf, witch. With Jack and Galen, Renee has the chance to be happier than she'd ever dreamed. But when an enemy surfaces to threaten her safety, their new life together may be short-lived…

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.

 

By SpiceI love it when Lauren Dane writes an MMF romance but it’s the icing on the cake when it’s a Cascadia Wolves story. Trinity ends up with some chocolate curlicues added to all that luscious frosting because it has cats in it. I freaking adore cats, and one of our hot, sexy heroes turns into a huge freaking jaguar. Purr.

Renee, a human witch, and Galen, a De La Vega cat have imprinted on each other, which is pretty much the same thing as a wolf mating. When she meets Jack, she doesn’t understand the sparks that are flying between them. Jack does, though, because she’s his mate. This is one hell of a tricky situation that ends up being solved in the most deliciously sexy way.

This isn’t just about figuring out how cats and wolves can share. There is a mystery to solve concerning Renee’s past. And what the hell is up with her mean as a snake step-mother and her complete idiot of a father. Add in all the shifter politics of both the wolf and cat variety, plus the danger the mages brought on and the book became a bit of a suspenseful page-turner.

I’ve loved Jack ever since he graced the pages of earlier books in the Cascadia Wolves series. He’s one commanding, intelligent and loyal alpha wolf all rolled into one hot as Hades package. Although new to me, Galen did not disappoint at all. He loved his woman, and although his first instinct was to tear up any threat to his relationship, he knew there was more to this than it first appeared to be and acted accordingly. He was all about his woman and what was best for her. The fact he was sexy as sin was just a wonderful bonus.

I had a bit of a tougher time with Renee. She definitely preferred to stick her head in the sand than admit there were huge issues with her parents. I thought she was a doormat at first, but she eventually found her footing and her backbone and proved more than a match for her overbearing alpha mates.

Hot, sexy, with lots of action and suspense, Trinity was like paranormal catnip for me. I can’t wait to dive into the next one.  

 

Rating: 4 Catnip Happy Stars

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