Her Stepbrothers’ Demands by Trinity Blacio

Her Stepbrothers' DemandsHer Stepbrothers’ Demands by Trinity Blacio
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

In Her Stepbrothers’ Demands, Jasmine is trying to leave after having a falling out with her mother. Her mother had gotten married to a Werewolf who has two sons Jasmine had never knew existed or that the new family were actually werewolves. And now the new stepbrothers have also claimed that Jasmine is to be their new mate.

At best I’d give this one 2.5 stars. It really started off all wrong to me by having the brothers come aboard the plane Jasmine was on and almost dragging her off of it. In this day you just don’t get on a plane without being a passenger let alone even past the security checkpoints in airports. Granted this is fiction and in that world I suppose anything can happen so even letting that part slide it really didn’t get better from there.

There first 75% or so of the story had problem after problem built up. I won’t list everything happening in the plot so as not to spoil it for anyone but it just had too much going on for a short story. Then I was rather disappointed in how it was all resolved quickly. Also, the guys say they have a mystical wolfie connection with Jasmine but the majority of the story she’s injured and there’s just no chemistry building up with the group.

Overall, not as fun or interesting as I’d experienced before from Trinity Blacio. Would have liked either to lighten this story up a bit to fit it’s length or to have the book go on longer to give a better conclusion to all that’s had been built up.

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