Saturday, August 18, 2012
Man in the Middle (Wolf Creek Pack #9) by Stormy Glenn
Chase Morgan has known for some time that Taylor and Justin are his mates. He just can't claim them. It would put their lives in jeopardy, and Chase would do anything to keep them safe, even deny the bond between them.
Justin is desperate for Chase to claim him and Taylor. Not only does he ache to be loved by the strong wolf shifter but he wants Taylor to be safe. After years of abuse at the hands of the Teacher, Taylor deserves to have someone take care of him for a change and Justin knows Chase is just the wolf to do it.
Taylor's heart sinks a little each day as he watches Justin pine for a man that doesn't seem to want either of them. He just doesn't have a clue how to convince Chase that they belong together.
When Justin decides to take matters into his own hands, Taylor and Chase are forced to work together to find the man. They hit one obstacle after another. If it's not assassins bent on destroying them out of revenge, it's discovering that there may be more to Justin than just his pretty face. If they each can get over their fears of commitment then they might actually have a chance at a life together, assuming they don't die first
Man in the Middle is book 9 in the Wolf Creek series, and features Chase, Justin & Taylor. These three have such an interesting story and surprised me again & again, the twists and turns in not only the relationship part but in the continuing storyline as well. The three MC's have a fun sweet chemistry, but are also Hot as Hell too.
Justin's character is a diabetic who Chase and the others from Wolf Creek had rescued in previous books, and Justin's boyfriend Taylor which they find out are both Chase' mates. Now Chase for some really serious reasons won't claim his mates but also doesn't tell them why either which creates conflict and makes Justin run away thinking it's because he's diabetic instead.
Now thats where the story get's fun Taylor and Chase are looking for Justin. This story had many exciting twists & turns in it and kept me fascinated through out the whole book and it works very well as a menage, I enjoyed the conflicts and the even the jealousy that needed to be worked through. I recommend but reading the whole series I think you would enjoy this story even more.