Saturday, April 26, 2014

Review: Team Alpha by Honor James

Team: Alpha
Knights of Ares #1
by: Honor James
ISBN# unknown
$??? eBook
Self Published
Contemporary Erotica / Menage
Released: August 2013

When Mikhail Rossov and Gareth Gruffyd met Daisy Choe she was young, perfect in all ways and everything they both wanted in their lives. But they were soldiers, duty and honor above all. After a wild weekend they had to go back and serve their country, to keep everyone they knew and loved safe. But they never once stopped thinking about her or the emotions she alone could evoke within them both. Fiercely protective they would have done anything for her, but she seemed to just vanish without a trace.

One weekend changed her life completely, turning it on it’s ear and showing her just who she could trust and believe in. The men she’d given everything to, including her heart, disappeared and never contacted her again. But she had someone very important depending on her so she did what she had to do. What she never expected was to come face to face with them ten years later. Not that way, not with them looking so good and not because her daughter went looking for her daddies.

All the characters combined made the book. It did throw me off of what I had expected. The rating came from the actual story concept. A menage + a daughter makes for a pretty decent family. I loved the little girl Honey, the adult characters... not sure kinda of hard to put into word. Maybe too robotic?? Like they were following numbers, cant explain it.

It was a good story for the most part, long lost dads are found and want to stay in the child’s life. That was a plus, also how the dads mentioned their thoughts on name calling and dealing with bullies. Another plus. It goes to show that men are not always a blood thirst lot. :)

A few hot scenes... we know menages' are hard as it is, I felt that Daisy made a big play into showing which man was her favorite.

I do have to wonder if the other stories will continue on some of the situations that came up, the tech stuff... and what happened to the man at the school??
I loved the concept of the book, and they way the other men was with the daughter. Its worth the read, try it, like it and enjoy it.

Daria gives this book a

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