Title: On The Brink
Series: Cloverleah Pack #10
Author: Lisa Oliver
Length: Novel (267pgs)
Publisher: Lisa Oliver (January 15, 2017)
Heat Level: Moderate to Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Blurb: Raff never wanted a lot out of life; his pack, his family and to be accepted for who he was. Yes, Red Wolves were smaller, skinnier and weaker than other shifters, but they were also extremely rare. Which is why, when he was banished from his home pack and family, he made a point of staying away from other wolves. But living rough, without any money, is really hard and when Raff risks a trip into San Antonio to find some cash work, he quickly wished he hadn’t. Although, thanks to his dog Killer, he did meet up with the Alpha Mate of the local pack. Maybe, just maybe his life would take a turn for the better.
Nereus was almost as old as the sea itself, but he made a point of visiting friends whenever he could. A chance visit to the wolf pack at San Antonio put him in the path of his mate, and Nereus grabbed the little man as quickly as he could. But Raff was new to the pack and when Scott and Madison get kidnapped and the men from Cloverleah zap into town, Nereus can’t help but wonder if Cloverleah might offer his new mate a safer place to live.
Back in Cloverleah, Teilo is pleased his brother is mated, but it’s not as though he has a chance to go and look for a mate himself. He’s settled in his home and loves to run in his wolf form. Although, when he gets bitten by a teacup poodle with the ridiculous name of Killer, he wonders what other surprises are going to jump out of the bushes at him. He didn’t expect to find two mates.
A crazy serial killer with no scent; danger for Raff at every turn and a landlocked beach? The men at Cloverleah are in for some pleasant and not so pleasant surprises. Throw in four dogs and the gorgeous bear cub and all of the men in Cloverleah are going to have to be on their toes.
Product Link: https://www.amazon.com/Brink-Cloverleah-Pack-Book-12-ebook/dp/B01NBURI29
Review: Each book in the Cloverleah Pack collection features a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.
Lisa Oliver has been one of my favorite authors ever since she put out her first book. There is just something about the worlds she creates that seem to drag you into the story and keep you there till the very end. So when she comes out with a new story I am usually there to grab it. Now I will admit I am not really a fan of threesomes but let’s just say this one might just be different.
Beware of the teacup poodle named Killer who just thinks he is the alpha of them all. I got a kick out of the little terror. Raff is a red wolf who has been kicked out of his pack. Red wolves are smaller, weaker and very rare, but not appreciated at all. However when your broke, your broke. So he goes to San Antonio to make some cash. He just hadn’t expected Nereus.
Nereus has found his mate but even he is in for a surprise. Nereus and Raff have a third mate. He comes across Raff when he is visiting some old friends. Damn the old fart just jumps the poor guy and things heat up real fast. When a killer has his eye set on our sexy little red wolf, Nereus takes him to the Cloverleah pack to be safe. To their surprises Teilo is there. Now Nereus’s father is Poseidon god of the sea and his other is Abraxas who is a horse shifter and well let’s just say you have to read the book for all of that. So Poseidon has a wicked sense of humor and helps them get more into the mating sense of things. Tramp stamps and wicked dreams are just a hint of what is to come.
Now normally I would go into a bit more to entice you into this book, but let’s face it I don’t need to tell you. This story has some wicked danger, funny situations, crazy pups and some very hot sex. That is just a bit of what you are given in this book. I spent most of the time laughing my ass off with it. I had a lot of fun reading this and can’t wait to read the next book. It totally rocked my world. Way to go Lisa Oliver.