Snowfire: Her Winged Mates by Ruth D. Kerce

Snowfire: Her Winged Mates by Ruth D. Kerce
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Paranormal
Length: Short (14 pages)
Other: Ménage, F/M/M/M
Rating: 3 Cherries
Review by: Amaranth

While Sheridin Jacoby is bird-sitting three snowy owls, the mysterious predators shift into hunky men. Sheridin is shocked, terrified… and aroused. Starving to breed, Mast, Maze, and Mason seduce her with savage pleasures, binding her to them as their one true mate. Forever.

I never imagined a snow owl shape shifting into a man, or how very erotic sex with that man can be, but Her Winged Mates provided me with three such men/owls. In this book, I met Mason, Mast and Maze, three snow owls captured by Josh. As a secondary character, I didn’t get to know anything about Josh except that he works on an animal rescue team, funded by a top secret government agency. Sheridin is Josh’s friend and after her last long term relationship ended, she needs to get away. When Josh calls to ask her to take care of the owls while he is away, she agrees, knowing that this is just what she needs. Of course, she had no idea that her life was getting ready to change in a very big, erotic way.

After arriving at Josh’s home and checking in with the owls, she decides that this is going to be a piece of cake. Just make sure that those owls are fed and watered, simple, right? Sheridin quickly finds herself surrounded by three naked men, who she deduces are the three owls, though she seems to realize that the very notion is crazy. As I read this story, I didn’t feel Sheridin’s reactions were believable, but Ms. Kerce does well in illustrating that Sheridin realizes that she is not responding as a normal person would in her situation, yet she cannot seem to help herself. What follows is an erotic, though very different sex scene between Sheridin and the three men.

Overall, I found Her Winged Mates to be an interesting and hot read. I can easiily believe this story would have most certainly been better if it had been longer. More character development and a more in-depth plot, which is actually hinted at in this story, would have satisfied this reader more. With any luck, this book is a series and the reader can learn more about who these people are and what is going on in a future book. It’s an interesting premise, and I’d certainly be interested in finding out more about the owl shifters.

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