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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. He can't find a single trace of them, but he does find Vasiliy Federov, the sweetest-smelling man he's ever met. When Vasiliy accepts his proposition for a night of sex, Nikolai is thrilled until the next morning when Vasiliy informs him that their lives are in danger.
Better yet, somehow during their sexual escapades the previous night, they mated each other. Unfortunately, the danger to them is real, and a wolf hunter is bent on killing them both. When Serge Dmitriev attacks the house, Niko finds himself with another mate, one who has no idea he's a wolf. The man doesn't even realize that during his attack on Nikolai and Vasiliy, they forged a mating bond between all three of them that will only end in death.
Now, Nikolai finds himself with two mates he never planned on having, a basement full of Tri Omegas, an insane Beta trying to kill him, and a band of hunters wanting their heads. If Nikolai, Vasiliy, and Serge have any hope of getting out alive, they will need to work together, and that means accepting their mating bond. But is what they might have together worth changing their entire lives? To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about A Hunter's Desires , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Nov 14, Miralinda rated it really liked it Shelves: View all 12 comments. Feb 23, Serena Yates rated it really liked it Shelves: This is a great addition to the Tri-Omega series. There is a lot of information about the whole Tri-Omega situation, adding to the overall story of what is behind these individual books. Makes it look as if there is a lot more to come in terms of solving the riddle of so many Tri-Omegas being born.
The issues around the three men who have bonded are as serious as ever. Nikolai doesn't even want a mate, which hurts Vasiliy. Vasiliy is a powerful alpha and not used to rejection. Serge doesn't only This is a great addition to the Tri-Omega series. Serge doesn't only not know he is an omega, he is a werewolf hunter intent on killing the other two. Makes you want to smack these guys upside their heads so they wake up and grow up? Hot when they get together in bed or out? Definitely looking forward to the next in the series! Mar 13, Felicia Ferishia rated it liked it Shelves: There are things I've come to expect when reading Stormy Glenn books.
Smex, very often within the first few pages of characters meeting, then frequently throughout the book and at inappropriate time. There is always tears and crying, usually by the alpha male.
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And a little bit of plot thrown in for good measure. I got all that and a tiny bit more complex in the way of plot drama which made this a slightly more interesting read than usual. Mar 28, Lang rated it it was ok.
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I'm sorry, is he the alpha of a pack of cats? See explanation in this review. Just in case I've read it two times and I still don't think I like this book. There's a lot of action in the story, more then in the previous ones, but is also has an overall very gloomy atmosphere. It almost looks like originally the book had much more pages and then it either was divided in two or some parts moved to other or future stories.
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I also couldn't find any jokes or good-hearted banter, unlike in the previous installments from this series. The beginning of the book was a bumpy read. Some scenes and dialogues look overly dragged out. In some places I've even got the impression that someone else was writing some parts of the book. The usage of words even reminded me of another author.
Few descrepancies also appear. The description, appearance and first impression of Vasiliy and the surrounding setting was waaay too cliche and hackneyed, at least to my tastes. Something you wouldn't call any Vasiliy if you still want to be on his good side or you still want to be considered a well-mannered person or don't want to piss them off.
Usually people call their cats Vaska, the type of bandit problem cats. And if somebody uses this form to openly call a Vasily Vaska they are bordering on treating them with indignity. Also mostly the part "-ka" is added to the name and used by moms and dads when they want to show their displeasure with bad behaviour to their YOUNG kids. And you can't really go using this form of the name while discussing or telling something important or sensual to somebody, at least not with a straight face.
You may be lucky and get away with it if you're the person's close relative and they let you call them Vaska, Borka, Sashka, Volodka etc. Or because at the moment they deserve it.
In rare cases it's ok if you are best friends ever and go drinking together, like when the point is only to have fun. Just as I did while reading this book. Jul 15, Christy rated it really liked it Shelves: I was intrigued immediately by this story because I knew it would involve three dominant men all trying to figure out a relationship.
In all of the prior stories, the Tri-Omega is usually the one within the triad that brings calm and peace to his mates. I was giggling wondering how that was going to work here. Nico has headed into the frozen tundra of Russia trying to track down a rumored pack of Tri-Omegas so his pack and family can get some more information. It comes as a huge, and not so welco I was intrigued immediately by this story because I knew it would involve three dominant men all trying to figure out a relationship.
It comes as a huge, and not so welcome, shock to Nico when he meets Vasiliy, his mate. Vasiliy is thrilled to have found Nico even though this is a very dangerous time for him right now with the wolf hunters and the problems with the Eastern European Wolf Council. His fears are justified when Serge, a hunter, attacks Nico beating him severely and then sneaking onto Vasiliy's property and attacking him. However, Serge gets quite the shocker when he discovers he's a wolf, a Tri-Omega, and Vasiliy and Nico are his mates.
Oh, there's a lot of yelling, fighting and drama occurring. This was an exciting book because I got more information about Tri-Omegas and I was introduced to the world of the hunters which looks to play a part in future stories. There were very, very adorable children in this volume who were saved and given hope and family again. I can definitely recommend this book as being high on the excitement list! Jun 16, Donna rated it really liked it Shelves: I've read worse, I've read better Can't complain because I choose to read them!
I probably would have rated this higher if not for several big issues I found in this story. Some of these may be considered spoilery. Vaska uses Serge's name before he ever gives it. Later, Niko asks Serge for his name although Vaska already used it with him. Andrei was already mentioned to Serge, but he later asks "Who is Andrei?
Niko had already told Serge that Andrei had propositioned Niko in his room. The timing of the MANY discussions and inactions near the end when I probably would have rated this higher if not for several big issues I found in this story.
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The timing of the MANY discussions and inactions near the end when supposedly they are well under attack by 10 hunters who have already breached the perimeter of the property was more than ridiculous. I made comments in my ebook such as: He's only known Serge for about a day. And really, why would Andrei "say" anything if he's a wolf going to wolf hunters to do his avenging? When Serge and Siro spoke about all this? We now know of three wolves in their ranks. This also falls under, "Why don't these wolves seem to be able to pick each other out from humans?
In all the other books, mates were definitely known upon sight or scent. I think it is a huge plot-hole that Andrei didn't know that Juliette was his mate. Why should he have needed Ivan to tell him. How could Ivan have been able to lie to him? I'm surprised I don't want to rate it lower, but I did still enjoy the basis of the story.
I really wanted to know who Siro's mate was. Although I've had some issues with this book in particular and a couple others in the series to a lesser extent, I am curious whether Ms. Glenn will be continuing the series considering there is a definite hanging ending not a full cliffie because no one's life is immediately threatened to which I am quite interested in having a resolution.
Mar 05, Absynthe rated it liked it Shelves: Wow, Stormy Glenn's outdone herself! I've always felt that Stormy Glenn books were like summer blockbusters, fun reading but not a lot of deep thought or complex plot. This book is a step beyond Stormy's usual. There's much more plot in this book that involves tri-omegas and the universe she's built. Usually, her plots revolve around the romance, but in this book there's more than just the relationship. She does more to flesh out the tri-omega world and some of the political structures and allian Wow, Stormy Glenn's outdone herself!
She does more to flesh out the tri-omega world and some of the political structures and alliances that any of the other books in the series. Not a lot more, but way more than usual for her. This book is also longer than usual. Which is very welcome since she doesn't try to shoehorn all this plot and detail into her usual length book, but lets the book stretch out organically.
I hate books where the author had great plot ideas but had to finish in pages, so they squeeze in plot without detail or fleshing it out, making the book feel rushed and unsatisfying. She wraps up the main plots in this book well but leaves enough minor plots open to fuel a few more books for this series. She introduces a couple new characters with enough detail that I want to know more about them, but not so much as to get me deeply invested and frustrated at their open story lines.
Oh, and the sex is hot. This book is a step above her usual stuff. If she's capable of writing these longer, more plot-heavy stories then she's raised my expectations for all her future work. She can obviously write more involved stories that range outside her comfort zone of the romantic relationship, so if she falls back into the simpler, easier romance-focused stories then it'll be a bit disappointing, knowing she could do more. I really like reading this series. Nikolai Miroslav was sent to the frozen north of Russia to investigate a pack of Tri Omegas. Niko is n I really like reading this series.
Niko is not happy about this he doesn't want the responsibility of a mate. Serge grew up thinking that wolves killed his family he never knew that he was one of them he knew that he had a twin that who he thought was dead, he was raised and trained to kill wolves. This was a really good book it was well written with no errors in grammar or spelling.
The book also had some really hot sex scenes with three hot males. I am looking forward to reading the next book in this series. Sep 26, Ana rated it liked it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Apart from how everything is all so well achieved and easy this book was actually quite captivating.
Don't get me wrong, I still don't much care for either of them but they did okay by Niko I guess. Most important however were the other wolves present here. I liked reading about Vadim and Sasha again. I liked meeting Siro. I even liked Ana and her brother. They w Apart from how everything is all so well achieved and easy this book was actually quite captivating.