Saturday, October 29, 2011

ELIZA MARCH'S The Lion, The Leopard, and The Wolf


Wondering what it would be like not to know your ancestry? 

Take a vacation at an erotic get away... Fantasy Lodge in Arctic, Colorado... and discover Enchanted Mountain where all sorts of beings you never knew existed, thrive.

Suddenly you discover everything you thought about yourself is sooo wrong. You are special... You are a shifter and two men want you. 


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The Lion, The Leopard and The Wolf
Enchanted Mountain 1

By: Eliza March
Mackenzie's ménage fantasy comes to life when she's snowbound with Fantasy Lodge partners, Aaron and Trent. One golden, one surly, the alpha males vie for her attention.
For Mac, the strange sensations, the sexual need, and the awkwardness all make sense when she discovers she's a shape-shifter. Aaron and Trent supported each other through their first metamorphosis, and agree to guide Mac safely through hers.
But when they turn, Were males don't share. Mac must choose between them, or they'll fight to the death. Accepting Mac is meant for both of them, they have one other option. Aaron can submit sexually to Trent, become his submissive. Mac can help them through the sexual boundaries, but what will it do to the men's friendship? Or their ménage relationship?
"What if your ménage fantasy became possible? Two gorgeous hunks, one dark and surly, the other blond and bright, lived to please and sexually fulfill you? What if you burned with passion like a cat in heat and only these two alpha males could satisfy you? What if you found out they were shape-shifters and so were you?" ~ Eliza ~
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3 comments:

books4me said...

Can Mac take both of them as mates? This would seem like the best option, if she loves them both!

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Jean P said...

Sounds like a very intense story, major decisions for all involved. A great sounding menage story.

Na said...

One alpha is more than I can handle but two? I guess you'll have to bring it on and I wonder how Mac will fare. Thanks for bringing some magic to this bash.