Book Reviews

Broken Circle (Sirius Wolves 2) by Victoria Sue

Genre Gay / Paranormal / MPreg / Shifters / Menage MMMM / Erotic Romance / Action/Adventure
Reviewed by Christy Duke on 16-May-2018

Book Blurb

Blaze, the most powerful werewolf on the planet has found his omega, Aden. Together with Conner and Darric they finally become true mates, fulfilling an ancient prophecy by the goddess Sirius and forming Orion’s Circle. The battle against the terrorist group, The Winter Circle, has begun.

Blaze, however, is fighting his own battle. Aden is due to birth a child, and despite Blaze's six hundred years of being an Alpha, nothing has prepared him for his hardest challenge yet -- how to become a father. His struggles are hurting the people he loves the most and threatening their bond.

The madman who kidnapped and tortured Aden still hasn’t been caught, and when the worst happens and their circle is broken, Blaze has to fight his biggest threat yet – his own inner weakness – an enemy against which his Alpha strength will be useless. Blaze has to learn that true strength is only found in forgiveness, and sometimes the most powerful weapon is love.

First Edition published by Dark Hollows Press, July 2015.

Book Review

Somehow I wasn't surprised that book two was going to show a struggle within my favorite foursome. It's not realistic to think that everything is going to be perfect, no matter that these men love each other. The seven months that Aden has been pregnant has been tough on them all, particularly Blaze, as it seems nothing he says or does is right, and he has spent more than one night sleeping in the forest in his wolf form. Now little Beth has been born, and you'd think life would be perfect, but no, there are still many challenges waiting.

"Blaze made sure Conner and I had our childhood. He fought for it every day. He tried to keep as much of the harshness of being a grown-up away from us as long as he could.”
“But there was no one there who could do that for Blaze.”

'Broken Circle' would be an okay story if all the author focused on was the guys and their relationship. However, the whole concept of Orion's Circle, the werewolf council for all North American weres, is to bring balance between humans and shifters. This is what their foursome was created to do. Unfortunately, as they are in critical negotiations with the American government to look at having werewolves join the military in special werewolf and human soldiers groups, a terrorist cell of werewolves calling themselves The Winter Circle is hard at work to ruin everything. Of course there's plenty of drama with the guys, too, but adding in everything else makes it a great read.

Okay, it's decided. I really hated that doctor from Aden's former pack - the one they discovered had been secretly doing gene therapy in a lab to try for eternal life - but now I know he disgusts me and I'd like to wrap my hands around his neck and throttle him. Ick! I can't believe you just did this, Victoria! Seriously! No, I don't believe it. It can't be. I was, however, very happy to see the doctor get what he deserved. But I'm not forgiving you, Ms. Sue. I'm not. I'm holding on to hope, and thinking Sirius might have another trick up her sleeve.

I didn't think it was possible but this book was even more exciting than the first one. So many revelations, so much pain and hurt. And, dang it, the author made me cry. Now I have to jump into the third installment, because even though the doctor is dead, The Winter Circle is still causing problems, and my guys are going to have to work very hard to ensure a war doesn't break out between humans and werewolves.





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Novella, 202 pages/46871 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 07-November-2017
Price $3.99 ebook
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