[Ménage Amour ManLove: Erotic Alternative Futuristic Sci-Fi Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/M, shape-shifters, spanking, HEA]Meredith Carter is lonely and just wants to find someone to love. The nice people at Galactic Nuptials assure him that some of their clients prefer male mates.The leader of the Chaarta pride sent all their cubs into hiding with Delsin and Etu when the wa[Ménage Amour ManLove: Erotic Alternative Futuristic Sci-Fi Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/M, shape-shifters, spanking, HEA]Meredith Carter is lonely and just wants to find someone to love. The nice people at Galactic Nuptials assure him that some of their clients prefer male mates.The leader of the Chaarta pride sent all their cubs into hiding with Delsin and Etu when the war started. Now, they’re all that’s left of their pride. They’re desperate for a mate to care for the five small young ones. When they find the picture of the lovely creature with long brown hair in Galactic Nuptial’s catalog, they know they’ve found their mate.It’s too bad they didn’t read the small print. What’re they going to do when they find out "Meredith" can be a male’s name too?...
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Meredith's Pride Reviews
With an interesting idea, based on the idea of "the very big misunderstanding", this book was a light, entertaining read for me.Having Meredith mistaken for a girl gets him to meet his two mates, a set of brothers who are running from the persecutors who want them dead. This leads to additional complications, the perceived need not to mate, and all kinds of weird situations.Delsin and Etu, lion shifter brothers who are willing to share a mate but are not involved with each other, are far too focused on the survival on their species to listen to their inner lions.I thought that was a little odd, and it leads to several misunderstandings, but it made for a fun read.If you like light, easy reads with some action and five cute kids of a very young age, if you don't mind one of the three main characters being thrown into the deep end and watching him as he struggles to figure stuff out, and if you like "the big strong macho guys" taking care of the weaker third partner, you will probably like this book.
Despite not having read the previous installments of this series the synopsis for this one really grabbed me – the initial gender mix-up was just too good to pass up! – and, while I’m happy I went ahead with buying it, I can’t help but feel as though I was reading the ‘highlights’ version of the novel. That sounds rude, I know, but there were far too many incidences where the author didn’t bother to capitalize on or address certain issues that really needed to be tackled, if only for continuities sake. A simple example of this is Meredith’s pet cat, which is mentioned at one point of the story but is mysteriously absent throughout the rest of it. Another thing is that we never really see the mates bonding in any form – there’s sexual interest, certainly, but seemingly nothing more. Not even tension, which the author could have had in droves if she would have bothered to establish certain things in the story. As it was the sex scenes – which could have been scorchingly hot – were fairly glossed over and just a really big letdown. It was almost as though the author had a set word count in mind and absolutely did not want to go over it …and she really should have! In the end, while I really loved the idea behind this story, I think the author condescended things a bit too much and lost the chance to make a good story as fantastic one.
There was one thing I didn't understand in this book; Meredith wants to bring his cat, Midnight with him when he goes to meet his mates. He does in fact, bring his cat along with him in a carrier. The point I don't get is that when they leave the planet/moon they're hiding on the cat is still locked in the carrier in the house. That is the last you hear of the cat - so for the rest of the book I was left thinking "What about Midnight?! He made a minor deal about bringing his cat along and then forgets about it?" So I guess what I'm asking is "what happened to Midnight?" Sorry if this isn't the review you were looking for but, if you have attention to detail this might annoy you.
I have read all of this series to date. Although this is book three in the series it does stand alone for those who have not read the first two. By reading them in order you will know some of the characters mentioned in Meredithe's Pride.This story not only has a romance story in it, but also a little comedy added to it. From the first page you wonder how the main characters will end up in the end of the story. I hoped Meredith would get his happy ending from page one.I look forward to many more stories for Missy Martine and hope to see more of the Galactic Nuptials series.
The idea is very good ("big misunderstanding" and all that), but I think that if maybe Delsin and Etu were cousins instead of brothers it would be better and we'd have a real threesome and not two "twosome" on the same bed.
A little banal.The brothers thing also not my thing. I prefer MMM instead of M/MM.
Found this to be...ok.. Brothers mate with male human mistaken for a female and then fight their beast for claiming and don't bother to explain a lot to Mer. As I said.. it was ok
Fun, entertaining. I enjoyed it very much.Please see my complete review December 22, 2012 at http://mrsconditreadsbooks.com/index....