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A Scent Like No Other by J.P. Sayle




#Paranormal, #MM, #Romance,

Part of Fated Mates: an MM Paranormal Romance Charity Anthology!

No one appreciates a skunk! Pierre is used to being shunned—he knows he’s not like others, even those of his own kind. When his misfiring ass results in him losing another job, he follows his instincts and climbs aboard the next bus to Salem, Massachusetts.

Fate steps in to deliver Pierre directly to his mate, Eliphas, outside the doors of Enchanted Ink. They bond quickly but Pierre knows something Eliphas doesn’t—they have a third.

Finding one fated mate does not mean Happily Ever After. Eliphas has reasons for not wanting to rock the boat and seek their third. It isn’t long before Pierre’s patience wears thin and, despite Eliphas’s warnings that messing with Fate has consequences, Pierre goes searching for answers.

Their mate is out there—somewhere—and Pierre intends to find him.

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4 out of 5 (very good)

One thing I love about J.P. Sayle stories is that she comes up with different shifters and problems. For instance, in A SCENT LIKE NO OTHER, Pierre is a skunk shifter and has faulty anal glands. Now, hand on heart, I can honestly say I've never read about either of those before. I'm just glad he wasn't called Pepé! 😁

Along with Pierre, we have Eliphas, a mage who works well with his ancestors' crystals, as well as being an amazing tattoo artist, specialising in protection. Pierre knows they are a triad, but it comes as a shock to Eli. This leads to cross-purposes, as Eli isn't sure he'd be happy with a third, not when he has Pierre. But Pierre has always known and, now he's got Eli, he wants to know when they'll meet their third. This leads to Pierre doing a spell without Eli's knowledge, which opens a whole can of worms he wasn't expecting.

A great introduction to these two characters, and I look forward to reading more.

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* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book; the comments here are my honest opinion. *


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