Magical Menage

  • by Crissy Smith
  • Narrated by Kaz Augustin
  • 1 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Non-practising witch Madison Montgomery can't decide between the vampire and werewolf... is it possible to have them both?
Madison Montgomery craves and wants two very different men. Instead of choosing one, she avoids both. Tired of waiting for her to make up her mind, Master Vampire Dante and the local wolf pack's Alpha Tom come up with an agreement of their own. If she won't choose one of them, she'll have both.
The pleasure she's given is more than she ever thought possible. One night will never be enough. If she thought it was hard to pick one of them as a lover, once she has them both, it is next to impossible to imagine being without both of them. When Madison gets a visit from the past, Dante and Tom have to work together to keep her safe. Once that is accomplished, they just have to talk her into permanently accepting a threesome.

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Very good paranormal menage romance

This was a very good story. It's about Madison, who is attracted to 2 men, Dante (a master Vamp) and Tom (and Alpha Wolf shifter) but she finds herself torn because she can't choose between them. This goes on for a while until the men decide that if she wont choose they'll have to share her. As they're exploring this possibility there's a threat to Madison that ends up threatening them all before it's over. It was a very enjoyable story with a satisfying ending. :D
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- Malinda "I love books and love to get lost in the fantasy. I'm always looking for a new good story to bury myself in. :)"

Love the author-Hate the narration

Like all Crissy Smith works, this was an excellent story at heart, but it felt a little rushed.
I felt like a lot of the story was left out and if it had been included the final work would have been much more pleasing. We didn't really get to see these relationships develop and I feel that would have made it much better. It was also oddly distracting to have characters who were suppose to be natives of Oregon speaking with English accents. Ms. Augustin has a very nice voice, it just seemed inappropriate for this story. All in all, I feel there are other Crissy Smith works that would have been much better choices.
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- B. T. Southard

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-30-2010
  • Publisher: Total-E-Bound