Marked Mates, the fourth book in my Dream Marked series is now on Amazon! Just click below to buy:
Erotic Romance, Contemporary, Menage (MMF), Paranormal, Romantic Suspense
Word Count: 55,627
Heat Level: SCORCHING
Published By: Siren-BookStrand, Inc.
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When Sparrow Martin dreams about President Morgan Wilde, she thinks she’s going crazy. Ordinary people like her don’t bond with the President, right? But when she dreams about a second man along with Morgan, she knows she needs to find her bond-mates or risk losing her mind.
Morgan knows he’s bonding, but he has no idea what to do about it. One of the people he’s dreaming about is a man whose face he can’t even see. As President, his responsibility is to his country, not his own desires. Of course, when Sparrow shows up during a White House tour, he discovers dreams can’t be denied.
Justin Boyd is working on a secret project and he doesn’t have time to figure out what’s wrong with him. He’s been sleeping badly for months, but he doesn’t have any of the signs of bonding: no wrist tattoos, no headaches. So why do two people haunt his dreams, night after night?
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What are people saying about Marked Mates?
Rating: 4 stars!
Marked Mates by Erin M. Leaf is fourth in the Dream Marked series. This series is best read in chronological order. This story was well developed and written. Ms. Leaf gave us characters that felt believable. While the relationship between Morgan, Sparrow and Justin developed quickly, it fit within the nature of a bonding. The chemistry was a part of the story and not just a reason for sex even though the sexual component was hot. I enjoyed seeing the characters learn to live with the additional skills that came with bonding. While Morgan had more information prior to bonding, he was compassionate and understanding while his bond mates came to terms with the changes caused not only by the bonding but by his job. I loved that Ms. Leaf gave us three distinct individuals. They were strong on their own and together became something much more. This was a wonderful addition to this series. It flowed well from what happen prior. I look forward to reading more from this author.