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[Ménage Amour ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/M, werewolves, bondage, spanking, HEA]Maverick Danker’s been on the job for too long. Now that he has just celebrated his two thousandth birthday, he worries he may never find the mates he deserves after having spent his whole life serving others.Tyler Gilroy, a werewolf who’s been beaten, tor[Ménage Amour ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/M, werewolves, bondage, spanking, HEA]Maverick Danker’s been on the job for too long. Now that he has just celebrated his two thousandth birthday, he worries he may never find the mates he deserves after having spent his whole life serving others.Tyler Gilroy, a werewolf who’s been beaten, tortured, and used, has long since given up hope of finding a mate. He’s sickened with himself for being willing to accept any sort of affection to feel wanted, but the alternative is too bleak to contemplate.Asterio has never left the fae plane before. When he enters Earth, he must learn a new way of living, adjust to having two mates, and face his insecurities after a few hundred years’ dry spell.Will Mav, Tyler, and Asterio fight to overcome the obstacles on their road to love? Or will they each choose the path of least resistance—and ultimately end up alone?...

Title : Maverick Danker
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ISBN : 9781619268296
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 113 Pages
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Maverick Danker Reviews

  • Sui Lynn
    2018-11-17 01:32

    This book should have a porn rating. It was 80% sex scene and maybe 3 chapters worth of story. The characters met and had sex multiple times and you didn't get to read any of the actual story until about chapter 4. The entire book spans the time of 3 days and the first 2 days is one pair of the 3 way doing nothing but meeting and having sex... repeatedly. Now I'm not against having sex in my books, especially my romance novels, but I do expect at least a modicum of story to be included and this had nothing. The introduction to the three main characters is each character rambling to themselves about their lonely existence then jumps into 2 o the 3 meeting and sexing it up. The character's were lifeless automatons that did nothing but have sex or deal with one partner having a tantrum and then have more sex. Unless you like endless porn in your stories, I wouldn't recommend this book. It does nothing to further the story line other than to lay in a new plot twist between fae and vampires, which is a one liner.

  • Sophia
    2018-11-07 01:41

    I'm not one that is generally picky about stories I read in that I don't care if its told in a first person or third person point of view, I don't care if there is the mate-bonding stuff that brings a relationship on fast or if the story has a gentle slow building romance, and I don't care whether a plot is action or character driven. But even I have a few lines drawn in the sand. For one this one jumped right in with the sex thing faster than I've ever seen. It literally introduced the first of three narrators, Maverick, who's having a crisis because he thinks he's being put upon so is given an easy assignment to get him to rest a bit and regroup. He no sooner arrives to the place for his assignment than he scents his mate and then he literally rushes the guy, Tyler off to bed to heat up the sheets for a few days. Then the third mate, Asterio, arrives and the drama starts. Honestly, I was so taken aback by the level of drama and pouting that Tyler displayed that my mouth literally fell open. Thirty something years old going on two more like it. It's like he got off on having the other two scrambling after him and begging even though he was supposed to be the submissive of the three. Mav got jacked up on Asterios's blood and Asterio was still struggling to process what was going on and Tyler takes this a perfect opportunity to freak out about them only caring for themselves and just using him. Eventually, he expands his rant to include all his friends in the column of people who don't understand or don't care about him. Yeah, it was just ugly. Placating and reassuring Tyler was almost the extent of this menage. I wanted to see Mav and Asterio have a connection too, but it was barely there.The plot was kind of all over the place for me too. First, its about the three becoming mates, then its a quick demon attack, then its the fae intro to earth and Tyler showing off his great werewolf skills, then its Tyler's confrontation with his former alpha and in between are copious amounts of sex between the threesome. There are loose ends that I assume will be picked up in the next book.So, it was not a story that I found more than okay though I did find aspects of it enjoyable like the characters Mav, Asterio and the Queen and I found the exciting parts of the plot like the demon attack and the rogue wolf attack pretty good. You'll want to read it if you're a fan of the series.

  • Fadia Pierre
    2018-10-27 06:40

    I dont understand why does Tyler have this instant bodily secretions that he could accomadate the mate. This must be something new, really new because I dont remember reading with the other wolves in this series. I'm giving this book 1.5 stars the other .5 is for the fairy queen.

  • Phaney
    2018-11-12 01:39

    2012 Review:Yeah… no.One of the major issues with this author when she is using first person narrative is that the narrator invariably comes off as whiny. And usually selfish, conceited and entitled, but yeah, the whininess is the worst of it. And sadly she switched over to first person entirely a while ago, going so far as to use multiple instances of it within the same book. Like this one. Gah.Also, if you state in the first line of your narration that you are two-thousand years old (and I don’t buy that you actually celebrated your freaking birthday, what with changes in calendars and whatnot over time), then your name really should not be Maverick. This, however, is something I come across way too often in such books. People, if someone is supposed to be extra old, please name them accordingly, unless it is expressly stated that they later changed their name.On a similar note, someone born centuries ago is likely going to be significantly shorter than what we now consider average. I can let it slide with different races, but even then those six and a half foot tall people will have had the worst time even trying to pass for human in the past.As for this book, the protagonists, especially Tyler, were such enormous drama queens that I completely lost any sympathy and just found myself wishing they’d shut up and stop feeling sorry for themselves and maybe allow a tiny bit of common sense to seep into their self-centred brains.In the end I am left dissatisfied. Sure, Tyler got all he needed in terms of feeling loved, wanted and accepted, but the other two men in this triad never got to be intimate with each other because Tyler always had to be central to the sex. Thus the story feels unfinished to me.

  • Tina
    2018-11-08 23:31

    1.5 starsThe writing style is that of a teen-aged girl going through puberty, and the story is the same. There are grown men (2 of them over a couple thousand years old) but they all sounded like a teen-aged girl throwing a fit. Don't get me started on the fact that Joyee changed her writing style to 1st person (that pings back and forth between characters). Plus she again puts out another menage where it is all about one person. The other two never really get together in the story.I'm just glad it was only a waste of my time and not my money!!

  • Sanet
    2018-10-25 04:48

    so this one I finish... this morning before work... and all I was thinking was... a wulf, a vampire and a fairy walk into a bar .... and then nothing... oh and they have sexreally it was like this bad joke.... "fuck your slut with your big man meat while I piss tears like a girl and change my tampon" sigh... worst book out of the lot!!! ... one star because I like the Queen !

  • Miralinda
    2018-11-04 00:41

    Ничего особенного. Несколько раз путалась, от чьего имени идет повествование. Да и БДСМ тема меня не волнует.

  • Becky Condit
    2018-11-12 23:47

    Maverick Danker is the story of former vampire head of security for Caleb (A Caleb Foot Long, The O’Hagan Way # 2) who is depressed because everyone around him has seemed to find love with their mates. He’s just celebrated his 2,000th birthday and he has yet to find his. All of that changes when he meets Tyler, a wolf shifter, and Asterio a fae. Let’s start with Tyler. Tyler is a strong, yet submissive wolf shifter who has endured torture from his captors and then his alpha and their inner circle. He’s ashamed because he’s into BDSM and various other forms of kink that he doesn’t think anyone will understand. He’s having a hard time understanding himself and it’s because of this, he considers himself a freak that is unworthy of love. When he meets Maverick, he runs. Maverick probes his mind, understands what he needs and gives it to him. They both meet Asterio, a fae warrior who has crossed over from the fae plane into the earth plane. Asterio is innocent in the sense that he is new to all the things on the earth plane. He has to adjust to a new way of living and having two mates. These three try to make their mating work, but there are obstacles that they must overcome in order for that to happen. This story is a pretty good follow up to the Marius Brothers series. This author is hit or miss with me. I will give her credit: she does a great job of maintaining her storylines. She’s able to keep her characters in order and pick up right where she left off when writing a next installment in her series. She’ll either write a story that is really, really good or write one that is really, really, bad. It’s really, really good in this case. Pretty much all of the books in the Beyond the Marius Brothers series are good. In fact, it’s better than the original series. The writing is clear, the storylines are great and the dialog is mature; the dialog among the guys in this series isn’t adolescent. I liked this book a lot. The sex is still gratuitous, but not as much. I would recommend this book, but I must warn you: it is part of a series, and can’t be read as a standalone if you want to understand the events in this story.Kiwi's 3 1/2 sweet pea review appears at http://mrsconditreadsbooks.com/index....

  • Kavisha
    2018-10-25 03:49

    Let me start by saying that I have already read the majority of the books in this series and was following it for a long time. I lost track of it and realized recently that I had about 4 new books in the Marius World Series to read. But it has been a long time since I read some of them, and I couldn't really remember much of the overarching plot. I also hadn't read much of the "Beyond the Marius Brothers" stories and never even added the ones I read onto Goodreads. I decided to take up the challenge of re-reading all the books (21 so far) in this series chronologically and writing a few thoughts on each. So I will set new dates to the "read date" section as I go along.Finally a Book I havent read before!!!!!!Hmmm..... What I liked:- The fae leaving their plane and coming into this world. I have read a few books after this, so I knew that they were working together and stuff.. but it was great to read the beginning. - Queen Magdelena! Another "kick-ass woman". In a world full of testosterone rich men, the introduction of strong females, even if their numbers are few, is such a clever trick by Joyee flynn. - I liked the learning curve that the fae had to endure upon their arrival. Astereo is really funny, I loved the "white sex" joke.What I didnt like:- it's a lot more complicated to explain, and is a problem I have with all of Joyee Flynn's books, so I dont think its worth going into it. To summerize, I never really see them fall in love, we are just told "look, cool powers/ amazing sacrifice, awesome person who went through terrible trauma = LOVE"There really isnt anything more to say than that.Current Rating: 2.5 stars

  • Jackie Mckenzie
    2018-11-01 05:47

    I really liked this book. For Mav, he is ready to start his life and not have to work any longer. He was 2000 years old and wanted his mates. Well, he sure found them. Tyler, his werewolf mate, was formerly kidnapped by demons and used horribly seems to just need any affection he can get. They find a way to connect and BOY do they connect. Ty's little kinks seem to feed right into Mav's needs. Then comes Asterio, their fey warrior mate. It was almost humorous to read his thoughts on everything he sees and hears on the earth plane. Ofcourse his lack of knowledge causes some misunderstandings and lets not mention what his blood does to Mav. So ofcourse there are many misunderstandings, and some are funny, but I really did find myself feeling bad for Ty. The fey warriors have some AWESOME powers and I can't wait to see what comes next in this series. Yeah, I love this series and I can't wait for the next one. The Queen of the fey was a heavy hitter in this one too, I want her on my side that is for sure. Thanks Ms Flynn, another wonderful book.

  • Daia
    2018-11-12 03:52

    I reeeally liked ths book and i'd give it a 5 star, except for the little interaction between Mav and Asterio. I mean, they aren't mated to Tyler alone, they r mates too. And since fae mates his mate by having sex with them, then between Mav and Asterio the mating is only one way. In all the book they had one blo***b with desastrous consecuences and one or two real kisses. Nothing more. Are they real mates? Shouldn't they act all horny around each other and want each other like all the other mates? I really understand the situation with Tyler but the mate pull and the feelings should be from and for all three of them.(I have nothing against the autors view of the situation, after all i'm not the one that wrote the book, just giving my opinion from my point of view.)*Thanks and congratulations to Joyee Flynn for yet another fabulous series.

  • Asteropê
    2018-11-06 04:54

    I don't know why Joyee Flynn writes in 1st person, especially for menage pairings. The 3 separate POVs left me feeling disconnected, like they were in their own little bubbles. 3rd Person would have meshed things together a bit more. I'm not even going to comment on the rest, others have picked apart the plot already. I read it. It's not the best or greatest plot, but like all these books, they somehow suck me in. I consider them the equivalent to soap operas, so I really don't expect much out of them. I'm just hell bend on finishing the Marius World books at the moment. Heh. I don't like to leave things incomplete and I only have a few more to go.

  • Kelli
    2018-11-04 01:35

    I would say this is a 3.5 rating for me - I really liked the story but sooo much was glossed over - it jumped straight into the action - fine by me - having read the others in the series you know how this all works by now - but this is seriously quick - I felt each of these great characters really had an interesting and at times heart breaking story to tell - but sooo much was glossed over - there were moments that i got a glimpse of the story i wanted to get out of this but then the next issue rushed in.Having said that I really did enjoy the book - I just think it needed to be longer and we needed to get to know the characters better.

  • Tailtiu
    2018-10-25 04:30

    2,5* upgraded only for the Fae-Queen A Werewolf, a Vampire and a Fae...it could have been a real good book. (view spoiler)[ The 39x (hide spoiler)]["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Julie scott
    2018-11-06 01:54

    Maverick Danker [Beyond the Marius Brothers 5]Loved it the second time around just as I Loved it the first time can't wait to read the next one in this series .. I will be reading it next.....

  • Ter
    2018-10-29 03:51

    last one was better.would have liked more "story line", she's got enough stuff going on within the whole story line, that not much was dealt with in this one, lots of sex thou!

  • Emily
    2018-11-17 04:37

    3.5 stars

  • Candice
    2018-10-20 23:28

    I liked Mav the best. However, Asterio was so innocent, it made me smile. Tyler on the other hand. Oh man. What a whiny jerk! LOVE the powerful fae powers :)

  • DaCon
    2018-11-09 02:40

    2016 Re-read