Secret Cravings by Kris Cook
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc.
Genre: Holiday, Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Short Story (78 pgs)
Other: M/F, M/F/M, Ménage, Anal Play
Rating: 3 Cherries
Reviewed by Dahlia
Kate Bullion’s chance to surprise her grandmother for the holidays goes awry when, instead of Gran, she comes face-to-face with twins Rance and Troy Keekoti, her childhood best friends. They’ve grown up into two very sexy men, but pain from their past still stings Kate.
Rance and Troy have never forgotten Kate--the girl of their dreams, now a woman they crave to possess. Yet tribal law prevents them from coming clean with her about their true nature as shifters. They can’t resist being near her, though, no matter what the risk.
Kate bakes some of Gran’s famous cookies for Rance and Troy, but what none of them know is that one of the ingredients magically lowers inhibitions in humans. In the twins, it unleashes primal urges that scorch her to the core.
Will she be able to let go of old pain and choose the love of her two wolf-shifters?
The teenage trio known as The Three Musketeers have certainly done a lot of growing up since the last time twins Troy and Rance had seen Kate. It was one fateful summer night which had officially torn them apart, now several years later, it's tribal laws that prevent the twins from recapturing what they once had with Kate and taking it to the next level. Troy and Rance stayed in the quiet Texas town, but Kate couldn't take the apparent rejection she felt from them, so she ran... also known as going off to college. Now she's back to surprise visit her Gran, but just like that summer when she was a teenager, fate has decided to intervene again.
With a dose of magic, Ms. Cook writes a fast paced reunion with lots of lusty encounters. The dialogue between the characters during those intensely sexual moments will leave you panting, since no desire is left unchecked or quiet. Readers who adore wolf shifters will love these twin alphas with their Texas drawl.
If you're in the market for for an enjoyably quick and dirty read then look no further. Ms. Cook has you covered with writing that will leave mental images you'll be wanting to try out. Oh and she adds a great recipe for some cookies that are sure to help put you in the mood.