Weavers Circle #4
Publisher: Drake and Elliott
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Series
The pestilents are trying to kill him.
He’s pretty sure the Water Weaver wants to kill him as well.
But after two months of fighting an attraction for a man who couldn’t possibly be his mate, Lucien cracks when he’s pulled into an impulsive threesome with Calder and a sexy man they picked up in a bar.
That night was earth shattering.
And now he needs to figure out how to keep both men safe and his.
Calder doesn’t want to fight his attraction for the Fire Weaver any longer, but they can’t really be soul mates, right?
And what about Gio? The sexy man gives him such a feeling of completeness and peace.
Could one man really have two soul mates?
Can’t he just have them both?
Tangled Warriors is the fourth book in the Weavers Circle series. This MMM paranormal romance includes fast-paced action, running through Savannah, secrets, shapeshifting, kidnapping, deadly Girl Scouts, sexy times, insecurity, three crazy old ladies, soul mates, and magic!
I love this series, and how this book didn’t follow the previous stories of one weaver finding a human mate. I like how each book not only adds soulmates to the cast, but progresses the overall series story arc.
Gio’s enthusiasm for life is wonderful, and exactly what Lucien and Calder need. I like how they all bring something to the relationship. I liked how all three had their reasons to be reluctant to enter into the relationship. It felt very real, and added to their characters.
I love how Grey has it all sussed, but leaves them to figure it out themselves. The weavers, and their mates, as family is one of my favourite parts of this series. The world building is fabulous, dangerous, and fun too, and I like how the characters are all different in personality and magic. I also like how their abilities come with consequences, and are draining.
The plot is a great mix of tension, action, drama, and romance. I liked how they have to work for each advantage and that finding the missing weaver isn’t easy. It all comes together to show how much of a threat the bad guys are.
Gio’s family totally rock, and I love their reaction to everything.
I’m hanging out for the final book in the series now.
5 out of 5 stars.