Claiming What’s Theirs by Jenika Snow

Claiming What’s Theirs by Jenika Snow
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (91 pages)
Other: M/F, M/F/M, Ménage, Anal Play
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Lisianthus

A scarred woman running from her past…

Jessa Malone has endured five years of abuse from the one person she thought she could trust. But when an accident lands her in an unfamiliar home with two very large and intimidating men, she doesn’t know if she has inadvertently been thrust back in the violence she has been trying to run from.

Two snow leopard shifting brothers have finally found their mate in the same woman…

Deacon and Thayer Uncia have lived in isolation for years, trying to control their inner animals. When Jessa agrees to stay with them until she can get back on her feet, the brothers vow to convince her that she belongs with them. They know she wants them as much as they want her, and they have no intention of letting her go, especially when she is theirs and they have already claimed her.

Jessa Malone is on the run, and runs right off the road on a patch of ice, Deacon Uncia finds and rescues her and his brother patches her up. Jessa takes waking up in two strangers home really well, and I think that goes a long way towards showing how strong of a character she is. The way she embraces a situation without panic and keeps a clear head made her a very likeable character in my book.

Deacon and Thayer are two very different men; they are described as being on the opposite of a scale when it comes to comparing men but together they make the perfect man. I think having them be so different yet the same allows the idea that a ménage between the three of them could easily work. They each fulfill a role and both love Jessa quickly and easily. They’re snow leopard shifters, that’s who they are, but it wasn’t a theme that’s forced down Jessa’s throat immediately and I found that a refreshing twist from most shifter stories on the market. They both want her and want to claim her but they work hard to make sure she’s comfortable with them first, and I really loved that about this story.

I highly recommend this story for fans of paranormal romance and ménage as a great example of the best that those genres can be.

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