Title: Fae For All (Cloverleah Pack #6 – Standalone)
Author Name: Lisa Oliver
Publication Date & Length: May 10, 2015 – 582 pgs
Jax Cooper never planned to meet his mates. A strong wolf shifter, who keeps his Fae heritage hidden, all Jax wants to do is keep his pack safe and his secrets tucked away. But when men turn up from another pack, all intent on stealing the two men Jax knows to be his, then Jax’s wolf has a hard time controlling himself.
Aelfric and Fafnir have been together for three hundred years. Not that unusual for two Sidhe Fae princes. Having known since puberty that their third destined mate was a wolf shifter, they are overjoyed when Dean, the sweet Omega from the Cloverleah pack gets in touch with them to let them know some possible mates have been found. Hurrying to the Cloverleah Pack, the two men not only find their mate, but also find out that the Cloverleah pack is in trouble – and it’s coming from all sides.
Trying to keep his head, and his mates, Jax has to rely on his friends from the pack to keep things safe. Between two other packs, vampires, the Shifter Council and the Fae Council all trying to intervene in what should be a simple mating process Jax has to wonder if keeping the two beautiful men, destined to be his, is worth losing his life over.
Warning: This is an m/m/m story – it contains strong language, some violence, and acts of male on male sex. This work of fiction includes a beautiful blond Fae with a tendency to have tantrums, a strong wolf shifter who would never describe himself as a nice person and a dark haired Fae who is desperately trying to hold them all together.
So while I did think this book was a really good addition to this series!
I am not really sure what I feel about this ménage which for some reason just did not connect to me.
With this book you get Jax who is a Dire wolf who is also part Fae. Well his fated mates are two Fae princes named Aelfric and Fafnir. Well Aelfric I was really not a fan of his character I did like Fafnir and Jax’s characters I have to be honest and say the way this two grow together without Aelfric even though what he did was wrong but to not even work it out with him but to keep growing as mates just Jax and Fafnir was wrong to me. So to be honest I did really not see enough of them together to have a opinion on their ménage because after the two deciding to keep going and let Aelfric go of on his own was kind of a big no to me. To have all three be mates in my mind I need them to care about each other equally and I am not sure I felt that in this book because if you cared you would try to work things out with all of the men who are a part of this ménage. Now I am not saying they do not work it out it just took awhile for it to happen.
So as much as I really did like this story even though I am not really a fan of Aelfric’s attitude or the way he acts. I thought it just felt like they took Aelfric in as a mate because it was fated but I was left not sure if they all felt the same way about each other as mates.
You do get a lot of angst, action and steam in this book too! Also loved the way this author wrote about these shifters and Fae together.
So I did really like this story just not sure how I feel about Jax, Fafnir and Aelfric together as mates.
Lisa Oliver had been writing non-fiction books for years when visions of half dressed, buff men started invading her dreams. Unable to resist the lure of her stories, Lisa decided to switch to fiction books, and now stories about her men clamor to get out from under her fingertips.
When Lisa is not writing, she is usually reading with a cup of tea always at hand. Her grown children and grandchildren sometimes try and pry her away from the computer and have found that the best way to do it, is to promise her chocolate. Lisa will do anything for chocolate.