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Claiming Lainey [Cowboy Mates, Psychic Connections 3] (Siren Publishing Menage Amour) Paperback – 25 Feb 2014
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This is the 3rd in the series and is worth a read.
The opening bit where Lainey sends Gracie, Melanie and Madison to get help when they come across 17 year old Tim being beaten by his father, then taken into the McKade family as a fostered child, may upset a few folk but it is there to show where the strong bonds between Tim and the McKades come from and the kind of background he from and what he overcame.
Fast forward 18 years and to the present with the McKade sons falling to the mating urge. While this time it is about a triad not a couple the intimacies are handled to show the love Tim & Spence have for Lainey, while she deals with an internal dilemma which takes a while to resolve. It was interesting to see that Tim and Spence had taken a lot of time to work out the dynamics of being in a triad before even thinking about approaching Lainey.
When Tim’s pass comes back to create havoc in his present, the McKades rally to support him and this is where you see those strong bonds the most. Elsewhere, the mated pairs plot and plan to get the unmated couples together but extreme measures are needed in one case. There is more about the golden links the mated coupled have appear on their necks.
A couple of new characters are introduced and these could end up getting their own book or included as a background in another.
Overall this is an entertaining read that had me both crying and laughing at the happenings. Enjoy!
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