Man to Man

Man to Man Siren Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance M M werewolves HEA James Nash was shocked to walk into his mother s house and discover his mate Donovan Morgan waiting there He s even

  • Title: Man to Man
  • Author: Stormy Glenn
  • ISBN: 9781619269125
  • Page: 322
  • Format: ebook
  • Siren Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M M, werewolves, HEA James Nash was shocked to walk into his mother s house and discover his mate, Donovan Morgan, waiting there He s even stunned when he learns that his new mate isn t even gay Having lived in the closet all of his life, James isn t quite sure what to do about it Especially since he an Siren Classic ManLove Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M M, werewolves, HEA James Nash was shocked to walk into his mother s house and discover his mate, Donovan Morgan, waiting there He s even stunned when he learns that his new mate isn t even gay Having lived in the closet all of his life, James isn t quite sure what to do about it Especially since he and Donovan can t seem to keep their hands off of each other.Taking a chance that they were meant to be together, James and Donovan try to give their mating a try But, before they can truly explore their new relationship, a madman bent on proving a point shoots Donovan.Between crazy situations, crazy killers, and even crazier relatives, Jim and Donovan strive to find a middle ground in their lives together But, when Donovan is called home by his alpha, the chance to work on their relationship is the least of their worries Keeping each other alive may prove to be harder.This extended version has been extensively rewritten and is at 53,500 words The short version of Man to Man at 17,400 words is available in Tasty Treats, Volume 3 Anthology.

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    1. I'm giving every book in this series two stars because they're badly written and the characters are all obnoxious clichés, but the story is interesting enough for me to want to find out what happens in the next one.

    2. Too much overlap :( I liked Jim and Donovan, but there was just too much going on for me to really get to know them. I also wanted to know the reactions for their coming out from both families. We missed it. It was told to us, in a brief sentence, but that's it. Pretty significant part considering they were both "straight". I wanted those feelings of coming out. I can see Jim telling his mom, but what about Joe and Daniel? What did they say? Especially after the conversation Joe had with Donovan [...]

    3. I enjoyed the first two books in this series, but this one didn't seem to flow as nicely. The whole story felt a little stilted. There were little things that bugged me in the phrasing, it made it hard to really enjoy the story. It was nice to see how Jim and Donovan got together, but I wish their story hadn't relied so much on the previous stories. This books timeline seemed divided into what they were doing in book 1 and then time jump to what they were doing in book 2. Most of the actual deve [...]

    4. So much of this was repeating scenes from the last two books that I admit I started skimming (which I never do) but I'd say a good 50/60% of this book wasn't new material. I swear. There were bits in the start obviously about them meeting (even the start is kinda an overlap) but it didn't fully feel like I could read without knowing what was happening until about 70%ish which is just crazy because I don't reread for a reason, I hate it, so I really struggled with this one but the stuff that wasn [...]

    5. Man to Man [Wolf Creek Pack 3]Loved it can't wait to read more and I will be reading the next one in the series nd soon because I love the characters in the book.

    6. 2014 Re-read/Review:This was mostly new to me (or possibly half of it, anyway), since I’d only read the short version of it years ago. While this rewrite is cool, it also is not quite as cool as I might have expected given the huge increase in word count.Because while the book itself might be okay (for what it is), the way it reuses lengthy scenes and dialogue from the previous two books make it extremely boring to read. It's also lazy and a lot of what is said does not even really apply to th [...]

    7. The revamping of this addition to the Wolf Creek Pack was a good choice by this author. As the original was only a little over 17000 words, this version is much much longer and delves deeper into the relationship of these two characters. Donovan Morgan and his brother Chase have been sent by their packs Alpha to help with a situation that has come about at the Wolf Creek Pack. Upon arriving, Donovan is introduced to his mate, Jim and the two have a fast moment once they realize they are mates. I [...]

    8. I was seriously debating on what to rate (2 or 3?) this for a few reasons First of all the first 40 some pages sounds EXACTLY like the original so nothing new there. Moving on the the expanded part, there was maybe ONE more sex scene the the remaining pages of the book. I'm not saying that should be the majority of the book but in a 100 odd pages just one scene? Not a fan. While I always wished there was more to Donovan and Jim's story than the short one this, while entertaining, seems to me mor [...]

    9. It kind of recapped/refreshed Book 1 and Book 2 in the series for a good part of the book. I didn't read the short version yet so I'm not too sure of what the differences are. I will get to it since I do have it and will review the differences for the Tasty Treat Anth.There are some errors that weren't caught in editing but overall it was a good read and the characters are quite likable/cute so that helps too.

    10. Read as a part of the Tasty Treats, Volume 3 (Includes Wolf Creek Pack, #3) by Jenny Penn Anthology.There was just soooo much overlapping, it felt like reading the same story over again. I can't see the use of rewriting it again and making it longer. The first one was more that enough to give us the story

    11. Reread- August 31, 2012Mostly a recap of what took place in the previous book but from Donovan and Jim's POV. I really enjoyed it though and the ending was so sweet! I hope the author does the same thing with Chase and his two mates.

    12. This one was a little different than the other guilty pleasure reads from this author. For once (maybe just the first time) she had 2 strong alpha men together instead of a smaller, more feminine character. I liked it :)

    13. This story had similar bit to the last book. If you read them in the right order you already know from the 2nd about the HEA. I like the book and the struggles but I think I didn't enjoy it as much because I already knew stuff. Still great storyline again.

    14. *read the shorter version, this one is extended, from publisher "This extended version has been extensively rewritten and is at 52,700 words. (The short version of Man to Man at 17,400 words is available in Tasty Treats)"

    15. I liked the revised, longer version. However, 20%, Nate started calling Jim by his mate's name, Joe. Some bloopers missed in editing.

    16. I liked this third book in the series. Jim was a little whiny for my tastes, but Donovan totally made up for it.Together they made a great couple and very sexy.

    17. A fairly well written book, but it cited to much of book one, almost as if it was rushed. Still an enjoyable read.

    18. Takes place around the same time of the first book in this series. This longer version to the original short helped fill in some gaps for me.

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