|Middlemarch Mates Series
Book 1: Scarlet Woman
Book 2: Peeping Tom
Book 3: Stray Cat Strut
Book 4: Assassin
Book 5: Cat and Mouse
Book 6: Cat Burglar
Book 7: Leticia’s Lovers
Book 8: CatNap
Book 9: Tiger by the Tail
Book 10: Blue Lady
Book 11: Twin Trouble
Middlemarch Mates, Book Eleven
Erotic; Paranormal; Ménage a Trois
Rating: 5 Cups
Kiera Pascoe needs a man. Her brothers are on their way to her home in New Zealand to bring her back home to England, and she does not want to go.
Joe Mitchell misses his twin brother Sly immensely. While they have always had a special bond, now that Sly has been incarcerated from false charges he has shut himself off from Joe.
Sly Mitchell knows that it hurts Joe that he no longer connects mentally with his twin brother, but he does not want him to see what he is going through while in the prison. He can feel when his brother meets Kiera and he finds himself jealous of their feelings for one another as he cannot be there to share in their relationship.
Kiera and Joe start having a relationship based on pure sex and to help spread his scent around her body and his apartment, as it will help convince her shifter brothers that she is in a serious relationship. Neither expects to fall in love, and when Sly comes home after an unexpected twist, the lovers do not know how to deal with him. Do they try and include him in their relationship as a third member, or continue on the path they have been taking since they started sleeping together? Will they be able to figure out their complicated relationship, save Kiera from her meddling brothers, and keep Sly out of the clutches of the woman who sent him to prison in the first place?
Twin Trouble is a complex tale full of heartache, loving moments, and danger. Ms. Munro not only gives us a novel full of extreme heat, but this also happens to be a story that is so engrossing that you will not hear the phone ring. The complications between Kiera and Joe are intense and when Sly is added to the mix, it makes the storyline explode with an intensity that leaves you reeling. I love how the novel includes the many different feelings and elements that each of the major characters are feeling as it gives the reader the feeling of being right in the story. This is one outstanding novel that will have you wishing you could pack your bags and move to this enticing town yourself!
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More