Monday, October 13, 2014

Review: Pleasured by the Pack (Blue Moon Brides #2) by Anne Marsh

Title: Pleasured by the Pack (Blue Moon Brides #2)
Author: Anne Marsh
Source: Self-Purchased
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Menage
Length: Novella
Release Date: May 24, 2013
Reviewed by: Jasmyn

Rating - 3
Sexual - 4

Dre and Landry Breaux do everything together. Fishing, fighting—and loving. A
whole lot of loving. When the blue moon leads these Cajun werewolves to their fated mate, however, they’re ready to reform. Now, they’ll fight to keep the woman of their dreams safe from the evils lurking in the Louisiana bayou—and to tempt her into taking a chance on two of the bayou’s sexiest bad boys.

Mary Jane Johnson is no heartbreaker. Running from a troubled past, the bayou captain wants only to be left alone. When she takes a pair of bayou bad boys on board, however, Dre and Landry have her rethinking her need for space. These two big males have promised to take orders—all of her orders. Suddenly, she’s dreaming of getting as close as possible… to both of the Breaux brothers.
The Breaux pack of wolves have found a mate for one of them, now it's time for a couple more to find their elusive blue moon bride.  Dre and Landry are used to sharing, and they really hope they will get to share a mate as well.  Fate smile on them and grants their wish - but there are several unexpected things that happen along the way.

I really loved Mary Jane and Riley - they were both kick ass, independent women that could handle just about everything.  But when they take on Dre and Landry as extra crew, things get way beyond their control.  Dre and Landry merged into one character for me.  While their differences were constantly mentioned, they just did not maintain their own identities for me.  I still couldn't tell you which one did what in the book.  I enjoy my men standing out from each other, so this was a bit of a let down for me.

The plot was an exciting one.  Lots of fighting in the bayou - a location I haven't read a lot, so I loved seeing something different there.  I had hoped to see a bit more of the other brothers - they didn't make an appearance until the very end.

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