Faced with her own mortality, Parris Church seeks out one of the only people in the world she can trust. Before Parris can get to her, the seizures that have been plaguing force her into hiding. Jase and Rhys Wilson find a woman hurt and hiding behind their garden shed. Then their day gets a little strange. It turns out that she's their mate, on the run from a mad man, and suffering from a medical condition she's not interested in talking about. Despite her belief that there is no future for the three of them, Jase and Rhys are determined to give her a reason to live. When they are finally given a solution that might help, Parris is followed to Grey River by a friend in need and an enemy with revenge in mind. Parris, Jase, and Rhys must deal with both if they're going to have any chance of a future.
5 out of 5 (exceptional)
The Trouble with Parris is an exciting story, filled with action and adventure, innocence and heat, and comes complete with a side-swipe that I did not see coming! Parris is one of Melaina's 'sisters', a bond formed by circumstances rather than by blood, but no less strong for it. She has made her way to Grey River after the ones that she 'works' for think she has died. She takes this opportunity to see Melaina one last time, but a seizure comes on before she can contact her. She is found by Rhys and Jase, who realise that she is their mate. The Quickening kicks in, and there is no way in hell that they will allow anything to hurt Parris. The danger is not over though, so Melaina goes to try and rescue the last sister that is still being held, Pepper.
This book is full of action, with Melaina's story continuing as a small sideline. Parris is very strong, although she doesn't see it. She is the perfect mix of innocence and strength, and although she has seen and done things that no one should have to, it hasn't changed her. Well written, with plenty of things going on to keep your interest, this book is a wonderful addition to the Grey River series. Definitely recommended by me.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *
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Maia Dylan lives, loves and works in beautiful New Zealand. She married her best friend and they have two adorable, but stubborn children who obviously take after their father. Maia’s career has featured a lot of travel, and she has filled her time at airports and in the air with books, books, and more books. Her love of erotic paranormal romance has seen her amass a huge library. She has been an avid reader and lover of ménage romances since she read her first book in this genre about three years ago. In January of 2015, Maia submitted her first ever manuscript to Siren Publishing. She wasn’t at all confident that it would be accepted and in fact she was expecting a nicely worded email with a resounding no! Much to her surprise less than two weeks later she had an acceptance and a signed contract in hand and since then she hasn’t looked back. Outside of writing, Maia loves to eat, so she loves to cook! Her herb garden is legendary, but she still has issues getting tomatoes to grow. She’s been a performer for years, and has even sung on international stages, she would love to own a classic Ford Mustang one day and of course have the opportunity to race it on a race track without fear of a speeding ticket. Although ultimately her dream is to be able to write full time on a sandy beach with a Mai Tai in hand, she is quite happy to fit her writing in when she can. As long as someone reads her books, gets a laugh, and maybe comes to love her characters as much as she does, then she feels that she is living her dream no matter what!