Title: Heart's Protector
Two gargoyles and a woman who needs them…
Medina Argos is a woman on the run from her present and her past. One of three sisters in an international art theft ring, she flees when a routine art heist goes too far. But this curvy girl is about to learn that some hearts beat to a different drum and the road to love is sometimes the less traveled one, even for a woman with secrets.
Thomas Sauveterre is a renowned art restoration specialist. Nothing is more important to him than his daughter, Gabrielle. When he takes on the largest project of his career, he also gains a security officer in the bargain. But love can be hiding in the most surprising places if he can only open his heart to find it.
Grayson Maberry is a man on the brink. Charged with protecting property and guarding the family he’s currently assigned, he is torn by duty and a love that may never be. But a true guardian will wait forever and this gargoyle may have just met his match. Twice.
Author: Erzabet Bishop
Series: Dubious Book #6
Published by All Romance eBooks Source: Publisher
Published: May 1, 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Fantasy Romance, Male Male Romance, Menage, Paranormal Romance
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Gargoyles, witches, shifters, and curses, Oh My! One gargoyle who found his mate in a male who is getting over his wife and a woman running from past is bound to have his limits tested. He will wait until they are ready to accept that they are a triad and stronger together; even if all he wants to tie them up to stop them from running from each other.
I so wanted to love this book. Menage is not a favorite genre of mine but this one called to me. I mean, hello! Gargoyles!! Need I say more? And it definitely was not the menage that turned me off from loving this novella because, phew, it was hot! Especially when Tommy succumbed to his passion and Medina got with the program. One main reason was the confusion of characters. It was like Thomas was Grayson and vice versa. It was hard to follow along at times. Another reason was the random acts of BDSM and the fact Medina was an author as well. It seemed like these were thrown in to make the book longer or enhanced. It would have been fine without it.
One thing I loved about this novella was the mythical creatures in. I love Greek Mythology and whenever I find books or novellas with different aspects I devour the books. I liked getting to meet Medina’s sisters Stef and Eleanor. I hope there will be stories for them as well. In the end, the book was enjoyable to read and reminded me of why I love gargoyles to begin with, they are silent guardians who are loyal to a fault! Now to find some of my own! This can be read as a standalone as I had since the series is a compilation of different authors.
I was gifted a copy of this novella from the JeepDiva in exchange for an honest review. The ratings and opinions are solely my own.