Monday, August 29, 2016

Review: The Gathering: Homecoming by Ellis Leigh

Title: The Gathering: Homecoming
Series: The Gathering Tales
Author: Ellis Leigh
Read copy: eBook (Kindle)
Published: February 23, 2016
Publisher: Kinship Press

You are cordially invited to the event of the season...

Please be our guest as the National Association of the Lycan Brotherhood hosts the seventy-eighth annual Gathering. The biggest event of the social season, the Gathering has become the favorite method of networking among packs and bringing together fated mates. At the Gathering, shifters from across the country show up to show off and to see who’s the true leader of the pack.

And finally, follow as our triad heads back to Merriweather Fields, the opulent home of the president of the National Association of the Lycan Brotherhood. Blasius and Dante must make their mate Moira feel welcome, but their mountain girl has trouble finding her footing on marble floors.

Come and enjoy tales from the biggest shifter event of the year as wolves from around the country fall in lust, in love, and in fate at the Gathering.

My rating:

And this is what happens when you base a relationship on sex. There's no communication.

Slightly more plot-filled than the first book about this "sacred triad" of mates, but still very PWP-ish. With a heroine beyond annoying to boot. I liked Moira in the first three stories, well, the first two, when she was the sound of reason, but here...She was just a whiny bitch that had no idea what the hell she really wanted.



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