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    Intro to the series

    Trinity is the first book in the de La Vega Cats series. These are not standalones. While each book has a complete story there is also a series arc and these should be read in order. There were parts I really, really liked and then other parts I found frustrating. I enjoyed the merging of shifter worlds and witches in this MMF story. Jack was this constant and intriguing character in Dane’s Cascadia Wolves series and I was excited for him to get his own story. Renee (witch) & Galen (cat) have an established relationship when Jack realizes that Renee is his mate. Here’s where things get a little tricky. Dane spends a LOT of time hashing, rehashing, and angsting her characters with some somewhat minor conflict issues and then just skims over plot points that I feel would have added a lot more to the story. Especially the final battle with the mage which is reduced to a “we took care of it” paragraph. This is MMF. There are scenes between Renee and the guys individually as well as some threesome action – but compared to other MMFs, this is pretty light. The guys don’t get a lot of “screen time” together. Also, Dane seems to hold the guys apart from each other within the relationship – not just making Renee the center, but also continually pointing out that what each man has individually with her is somehow *above* the feelings that Jack & Galen have for each other. I prefer my MMF to be equal investment/enamored with all 3. Again, this book starts a story that will be continued through the series and it’s hinted that Galen’s brother & Renee’s sister are attracted to each other so I’m looking forward to the next book. I love Tanya Eby as Renee. There were times where I couldn’t always tell between Jack & Galen’s voices. Overall it was a good narration.

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