Thursday, May 26, 2011

Review: Their Taydelaan by Rachel Clark

Their Taydelaan by Rachel Clark

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Sci-Fi Romance

Heat Rating: 3



How did bumping into a man in a hospital corridor develop into dreams of red-hot threesomes?

Jade can't understand why she's dreaming of the man she literally bumped into three months ago, but when she actually meets the men from her dreams at her sister's party, things seem to spiral even further out of her control. Unwilling to believe her sister's explanation, Jade still can't deny the telepathic link she now shares with the two men.'

Zack and Mitchell have finally found their third, the woman who completes them—their Taydelaan—but she seems intent on denying their future together. Can they convince Jade that being loved doesn't mean being dependent?

Wendy's Review

Their Taydelaan is a wonderful short story that had you wanting more.

Jade couldn't comprehend her sister Kayla's relationship with her partners, Jessica and David, but was forced to realize that she couldn't change her sister's future. They were together as a family with the birth of their daughter. But as Jade went to visit the happy parents she literally ran into her mate.

Mitchell knew the moment he held Jade in his arms at the hospital that she was his and Zach's mate. She was their Taydelaan but what he didn't expect was the reaction he got from her. The fear he felt from her had him letting her go for now.

After months of wet dreams, the three knew they had to do something—but what. Instead of calming down the sexual pull was stronger and harder to ignore. Meeting at the name ceremony at her sister's house for baby Emily, Jade again came face to face with the men who haunted her dreams. As Jade puts her fear and past behind her to open up to these gorgeous men, who love her with no condition other than letting them fulfill all her naughty dreams.

Who wouldn't want these two men doing everything that Jade dreamed for the last three months.

This reader just wished it was longer I hated to see the last word. Great Job, Rachel, on a well written story.

5 Tea Cups!

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