A DILLON SANDWICH
Book 1 in the O’Hagan Way Series
Erotic Romance, Alternative (M/M or F/F), Menage a Trois/Quatre, Paranormal
Rating: 5 Cups
Dillon Dragos is a vampire who just happens to be gay. He comes from a family where his father and brother believe being gay is an abomination. Fortunately for him, he has other family -- both blood and adopted -- that do not believe this and support him.
Shane and Sean O’Hagan are twins and also come from a family of vampires. They live in Ireland. In their family, twins share the same mate.
When Dillon is asked by his own vampire council and the European vampire council to go to Ireland and weed out a nest of demons, he agrees to go never suspecting that the trip is going to change his life forever. When he arrives on the farm of his contacts, he and his mate smell each other immediately. While the two try to get to each other, Shane’s family holds him back because they know that Dillon is not aware of the family trait of twins and how each set of twins shares one mate. Dillon is confused and confronts them about it, but it quickly becomes clear when they hear another man being held back as well. To say that Dillon is stunned to learn he has two mates and twins at that is an understatement. Still he is ecstatic to find his mates. There is only one problem, his father hates gays, and he is his father’s heir, so he knows there is no way he can live in Ireland. His mates, Shane and Sean, who come from a very close knit family cannot imagine living anywhere else and the news they might have to leave their beloved Ireland and family does not go well. While love comes easily for the three, will the twins be willing to give up their home to be with Dillon? How will Dillon keep them safe from his father who would think nothing of harming them if he does take them home with him?
Wow! Ms. Flynn has done it again! Why am I not surprised? When I first read the blurb for this book, I almost waited to read it just because I was not sure how being mated to twins was going to work since in all of her other books, none of the mates were related to each other. I am happy to say my concerns were totally put to rest, this book is just as hot, and the world building is just as spectacular as all of her other books. I loved Dillon’s secret gift and how he was able to use it to help the O’Hagans and their friends. I will not spoil it for everyone by telling you what it is, but suffice it to say, you will so not be disappointed; it adds some real spice to the story. Now I am waiting with baited breath for the next book in this series which I am certain is going to be every bit as good as this one and well worth the wait! I encourage anyone who loves paranormal romance, even if you have never read gay romance, to check this one out. It is very very good!
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More