I write this review as a reader who prefers passionate romance books and monogamous stories, so I was never going to love this book. However, being Lora Leigh, I thought I'd give it a go. I was disappointed.
The book is a novella, only 140 odd pages long.
Soceresses and wizards have lived apart for a very long time, although they are each other's natural mates. The wizards are male twins and they have only one real, natural mate: a soceress. To 'join' realises their potential for great power. Since it has been so long that there was a joining, the soceresses are nervous about it. However, these are dangerous times and they need to join forces to protect themselves.
Brianna is terrified of her natural mates, having heard false rumours of their viciousness and the harm they wreak on their mates. The wizard twins must reassure her and 'join' with her.
I found the whole plot silly, although the dragon was good fun. If this book was meant to be erotica, then it isn't erotic enough and it certainly wasn't romantic enough. There is no real relationship developed by the characters and the whole book is really offering up titillation for a two guys to one woman sex scene. The scene was a little disappointing after all the buildup, but that could be the lack of emotional involvement. I found all the magic bits a bit distracting, too.
All in all, I don't really care what happens to the wizards and the soceresses.
I am going to stick with Lora Leigh's more romantic books like Naughti Boys, the Breed and the Tempting Seals series.