Review | Wolves Triad by Lauren Dane

April 1, 2019 | 2019, lauren dane, review, romanceopoly / 0 Comments

Review | Wolves Triad by Lauren DaneWolves' Triad by Lauren Dane
Series | Cascadia Wolves #2
Release Date | January 1st, 2017
Published by Carina Press
Genres | Paranormal
Format | ARC
Buy | Amazon
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Previously published under a different title 

The tri-mate bond is a myth 

That's what Tracy Warden has believed all her life. Werewolves have one true mate, someone their wolf bonds to physically, mentally, emotionally. She didn't expect to find her mate so soon, but Nick, second to the Pacific pack's Alpha, is undeniably hers. The scent of him, the irrefutable way their bodies call to each other—it's the beginning of a new life for them both.  

Until Tracy meets Gabe, and everything she thought she knew is turned upside down.  

None of them expected this. It shouldn't be possible. But the bond they share can't be denied—and before long, they don't want to deny it. The triad makes them whole, and two alpha wolves in her bed—in her life—make Tracy wonder how she ever lived without the tri-bond. 

But there's tension in Pacific, tension that goes much deeper than mere pack politics. Gabe, Nick and Tracy will do anything to protect each other, and their new bond is about to be put to the test… 


Watch for more Cascadia Wolves stories coming soon from Lauren Dane and Carina Press!

This book is approximately 65,000 words 

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It has been a while since I’ve read from this series and with a reading challenge that I’m participating in, I was finally able to focus on my my vast TBR and Wolves’ Triad was one of them. I don’t know exactly what it is I loved about shifter romances, they’re so erotic and the one instance where I’m all about the insta-love. And it’s a menage, might I add. I honestly can’t say that I’ve read many those, but I sure did love this one!

If you’ve been reading along with this series then you know about the other story arc that will be continuing throughout this entire series. There’s some crazy drama happening with another pack, so there’s a bit of a cliffhanger with that arc, you’ve been warned.

Bring on the steam factor with Tracy, Gabe and Nick! When it comes to shifter series, I love seeing the author’s take on them. The insta-love is inevitable, but having an anchor bond was something completely new to me with this series. And these three definitely get more than they bargained for after that’s all said and done. Tracy has two mates instead of one, and that people is such an intriguing aspect to this story. One I was absolutely loving every single minute of.

With all three of them having different roles in a pack, they need to work together to be in sync with everything. They’re some issues that really bring out Tracy’s badass and protective side. She’s definitely not a wolf that you want on your bad side, she can talk the talk AND walk the walk.  I’d say my favorite scenes were the ones of her putting people back in their place.

Wolves’ Triad had some new to me aspects that I rather enjoyed reading about. At times I felt like Tracy, Gabe and Nick were immature and it kind of changed the tone of the book for me. But overall, still an enjoyable read and I can’t wait to read the next book in this series.

major thank you to the carina press for the complimentary copy in consideration for a review. this does not affect my opinion of the book or review.

About Lauren Dane

The story goes like this: While on pregnancy bed rest, Lauren Dane had plenty of down time so her husband took her comments about “giving that writing thing a serious go” to heart and brought home a secondhand laptop. She wrote her first book on it before it gave up the ghost. Even better, she sold that book and never looked back.

Today Lauren is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over sixty novels and novellas across several genres.

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You can write to her at: PO BOX 45175, Seattle, WA 98145