Title: Down on the Boardwalk
Author: Suzanne Rock
Rating: Four Siren Stones
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Keywords: Shape-Shifter, Ménage, Werewolves, Psychic, M/F/M, Violence
ISBN E-Book: 978-1-60737-836-5
Publisher: Loose Id, LLCReviewer: Tonya
Gwen's psychic abilities first make her an outsider among the werewolves. Then they make her a slave. Forced to use her power to help a deranged werewolf seek vengeance, she gives up on her dream of ever being accepted and loved. That is, until Nico and Tony are thrown into her cell. Her attraction to the Kyron Pack brothers is immediate and overwhelming. As she submits to the physical attraction, old wounds heal and her powers strengthen. The brothers think she can save them, but to do so would require more than just physical intimacy, and would reveal a secret too dark and horrifying to share.
When Nico and Tony use their lust to help their battered mate, buried memories rise to the surface, and jealousy threatens to destroy the fragile wolf in their care. As each of them bonds to Gwen, they begin to withdraw from each other. Now they must heal their inner scars and forgive the past if they ever hope save Gwen and escape the Boardwalk alive.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, menage (m/f/m), violence.
Paranormals are my absolutely favorite books to read. Suzanne Rock is one of my top paranormal writers to read. She amazes me with her talent and storylines. Each book is new, fresh, and different.
Gwen is a strong, independent woman, she is a heroine every girl wants to be and every man lusts to be with. She knows what she wants, she accepts her powers and it makes her stronger. Nico and Tony are two strong men, very sexy and charming. Witty and romantic and very rough around the edges. They are two men all women dream of having around.
These three characters bring the story to life, as I’m reading I can see the scenes playing out in my head. I felt like I was watching a movie not reading a book. Not many authors have such a vivid imagination where they can create a masterpiece that draws you into the story as if you were the heroine, hero, or someone watching this movie play out from the sidelines. Ms. Rock has that ability she never fails her readers, she delivers every time.