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[Ménage Amour ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/M, shape-shifters, public exhibition, HEA]Jensen has wanted a mate for a long, long time. Picked on for his size and growing up in a time when being gay could get him killed, happiness was always out of reach for him. But then he found a role in a pack he was made for… Beta. Ever since, all he[Ménage Amour ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/M, shape-shifters, public exhibition, HEA]Jensen has wanted a mate for a long, long time. Picked on for his size and growing up in a time when being gay could get him killed, happiness was always out of reach for him. But then he found a role in a pack he was made for… Beta. Ever since, all he's done is protect people and keep his pack safe, and he is good at it. So when he meets two men eating out of the garbage, all his instincts kick in to help them.Kyd and Redley have been on the run, and they’re tired, hurt, and desperate. When a huge wolf shifter shows up and offers help, they don’t know whether to trust him or run because he might eat them. As salamander shifters they have a few special gifts and realize they can trust him. But when they begin having trouble with the pack, who will Jensen listen to?...

Title : Two Wiggles and Some Fur
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ISBN : 9781622417803
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 116 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Two Wiggles and Some Fur Reviews

  • Phaney
    2019-03-02 01:00

    Welcome to my live commentary. Such as it is.Wow. This writing is so much not subtle that it’s reached negative numbers. I’d say about minus twenty subtlety. I did not know it was possible to go below zero.It feels like it’s been ages since I last read this author and I am beginning to remember why.Jeez, this dude goes lighting fast from “I keep being raped all the time” to “hey you’re sexy and I’m hot for you”.Really? Exhibitionism again? I’d repressed memory of that trait the author adopted a while ago. Oh god, why did I pick this up?I… I am all for a healthy sex drive but this? Is just slutty. Everyone is. Bar none. Whoa. Unappealing.It’s nice that no one has any concerns that are not sexual in nature or fixed by having sex or whatever sex-sex-sex. Especially Kyd and Redley, seeing how they spend a majority of their lives being sexually abused, often quite brutally. Yeah, I can totally see this.I am not rolling my eyes right now because with all the current power behind the motion I’d get seriously hurt.Seriously what am I reading here? A pure sexual fantasy? Of someone with tastes rather different from mine? Is this simply porn? I don’t get it.Everyone here’s a nymphomaniac on speed. Every single person. Yeah, it’s porn.And I will note that poor Redley does not get even remotely as much screen time as the other two together.“I–I liked Neville. I have for months and we were finally intimate.”Intimate? You call (view spoiler)[being the first pitcher in a major public gangbang (hide spoiler)] intimate? Jeez.What strikes me as funny (in a not-so amusing way) is that Kyd and Redley have been raped and otherwise abused since the age of twelve until very recently but they get to be all sexed up and cheerful and bouncy – while Jensen upon (view spoiler)[learning he was used for sex while knocked out a while ago (hide spoiler)] gets to completely fall apart.I am not dismissive of how bad the latter situation is; I’m just stunned that the author acknowledges this but sweeps the effects of Kyd’s and Redley’s past of ongoing abuse completely under the rug.In the end I am appalled and disgusted. I suppose I should stop reading this author.I think the most interesting part of this book was reading about Kyd’s opinions on the perfect laundry room.

  • Tina
    2019-03-20 01:57

    WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO JOYEE FLYNN? I loved many of her earlier series. Especially before she switched to first person. The ideas were great and every inventive, often making me laugh out loud.Now this cute idea is wasted on her. The story has lots of holes. No real character building. The is no passion, just lots of public sex. The writing never surpasses a junior high level. I was starting to think who ever was editing Joyee books lately needed to be changed. Now I am of the opinion when she first started writing she had to have had lots of help from established Siren authors. Lately it has just been going down hill. Don't get me started on the fact that the two smaller mates have pretty much been used and abused as sex slaves to any and all. But when there big strong (give me a break) mate finds out (but doesn't remember) he has been rape while drugged he falls to pieces.If I wanted to read sex without a story that touches any kind of emotion in me I would pick up porn. At least then I'd feel lust.

  • Aղցela W.
    2019-02-22 00:42

    This was a short quick read that I thought was ok. This was the first book in the first book in the "Unmated at Midnight" series. Every since his Alpha Rip was forced to mate at the UPAC conference Jensen who is a Beta has been jealous he wants what Rip and Lys has. While walking to a bar he finds two men one hurt hiding behind a trash can eating out of it. Kyd and Redley has been used and abused their whole lives they are salamander shifters their parents sold them to used because of the poisons that they have they only want to be loved. The problem that I had with this book wasn't the story it was light and hot they had some good sex scenes it was with the writing. This book had a lot of typos in the grammar and the spelling. I have read this author before and loved reading her books so I was surprised that this book had some many errors in it. I am looking forward to reading the next book in this series and hopefully it doesn't have so many errors.

  • Asteropê
    2019-02-23 06:43

    To be honest, this is nearly a DNF for me. I am about 1/2 through and plan to finish the rest, but have set it aside for now. Things I liked (so far):Salamander shifters. Cool idea and unique. Past characters making an appearance. I like the idea of more depth being given to the previous books. What I didn't like (so far): Kyd and Redley seem very juvenile at times. They're supposed to be 26 (or 28) and 30, but they act like teens and young adults at times. Is age for shifters different than humans? I mean, is a 30 year old shifter compared to a 18 year old human? I know they can live a long time, so this could be possible, but it's never been explained. So I look at them in human terms and they seem very child-like at times. Sort of a turn off. Being vulnerable and needing to be cared for doesn't mean one should or has to act like a child. I didn't like how quickly the claiming happened. Unlike the Mated at Midnight series that had a reason for the quick mating, Jensen didn't. I felt he should have waited until Kyd and Redley were at least cared for a bit more. I mean, Redley was still healing and injured. Kyd just had his first meal and drink when the sex and claiming happened. Let them settle in a bit, geez! The public claiming...I remember that from the other book. The wolves can watch the sex and claiming. I wasn't so bothered by it in the other book, but it seemed weird in this one. I guess this book had a different vibe. The blasé attitude to Kyd and Redley's abuse. They were kidnapped, tortured, raped and everything else. Not only were Kyd and Redley blasé about the whole thing, but Jensen didn't seem to go deeper than face value. I felt like Kyd and Redley should have been more, I don't know, affected by their past and taken more time to open up to someone, let alone a mate. It's possible their abuse led to their immature behavior as well. There should have been more angst. I don't like how something as serious as torture and rape were used in a frivolous way. I mean, that whole aspect could have been left out and instead say they were kidnapped and held for their poison secretions. There really was no need for them to be rape victims too. It's just piling on shit that isn't necessary. Especially when the story doesn't take it seriously and merely uses it as a backstory.

  • Serena Yates
    2019-03-16 05:02

    In a very entertaining sequel to Fur And Flightless, this book tells the story of Jensen, the beta werewolf who helped make his alpha, Rip, and his penguin shifter mate Lys's happy ending possible. In this book, not only do we get to see how Lys and Rip are doing, we also meet two new shifters, the salamanders Kyd and Redley. I liked the introduction of their personalities and abilities and think they make a great addition to the characters in the "prey" section of the shifter world.Kyd and Rys have stuck together through thick and thin. They were abducted, abused, and kept prisoners in a lab for years. No that they're free they're not faring much better, since they have no money, jobs, or clue how to master a life on their own. Still, they are headstrong and protective of each other, given a choice they will not let anyone dominate them again (unless it's in the bedroom, and things get very hot).Jensen is a bit of an idiot initially. He wants to love and be loved, but has no idea how to express his feelings, or how to be a decent mate to the men he instantly wants. His background of having been kicked out by his parents and living life as a loner wasn't exactly good preparation for it, but, luckily, he turns out to be a fast learner. He really grew on me by the end of the story. If you're looking for a "realistic" story, with characters that behave in a normal "human" way, stay away from this book. But then, this is paranormal fiction and involves some pretty crazy species and concepts. If, on the other hand, you're looking for some fun, light entertainment, a read that will make you laugh about the character's antics and way of dealing with situations, and if you enjoy hot menages between three men who can't keep their hands off each other and love using endearments, then you will probably like this book.

  • Hc Lynn
    2019-03-05 05:02

    Starting off.. I do NOT agree with the title of new series! It implies that people were at the convention and then did not find mates (for whatever reason) at midnight. This book actually starts quite a bit after 'midnight'I found the salamanders to be cute but the storyline involving Neville makes no sense to me at all.. even by the end. It came across as another (unnecessary) conflict they needed to overcome. And WAY too much public sex. In the heat of the moment (first claiming) because you just can't control yourself it completely different than making a conscious choice to do so.. and it comes across demeaning to me to their mating.. Like it's not important enough to keep most of that private

  • Christy
    2019-03-21 03:38

    Totally and Completely fell in love with Kyd and Redley! Two more perfect mates for Jensen can't possibly even exist. This is sort of a sequel to Fur and Flightless from the 'Midnight Matings' series and it was nice to be able to revisit Rip and Lys. Although, I had forgotten how much this wolf pack is into public sex! *giggles*Finding, rescuing and mating Kyd and Redley is the best thing that ever happened to them and Jensen. Finally, Jensen has someone to love and who loves him back. His two mates are also way feisty enough to stand up for themselves and Jensen against the betrayer in the pack. There's always got to be one, huh?I adored this first book in the new series and look forward to more.

  • Emma Sea
    2019-03-11 01:06

    God, the last thing I want is to picture Wiggles and m/m shifter sex! OMG brain bleach please!

  • Chappy
    2019-02-26 02:47

    I won't lie to you...this was pretty bad. I was close to a DNF but persisted just because this book is for a challenge.Writing was very choppy, unrealistic and juvenile. Characters were stereotypical, hollow and one-dimensional. Even the sex didn't do anything for me.The only thing I liked was that 2 of the shifters in the MMM relationship were salamanders...which is kind of cool.

  • Moomba
    2019-03-24 02:50

    I used to love Joyee Flynn but lately it has been going down hill. No real stories, no character building and the writing level is the same as that of my 13 year old neighbor. The idea shows a lot of potential. Sadly it has turned into a wasted read!

  • Kinny
    2019-03-09 05:58

    I don't usually like menages but I have been dying to read about Jensen since reading about how kind and chivalrous he was to Lysander when he was being treated horribly by asshole Alpha Rip in Fur and Flightless. I am so happy Joyee Flynn has not forgotten about him.

  • anarcHy(amanda)
    2019-03-20 06:38

    I normally love Joyee Flynn and her Midnight Mating series, and this is a follow on from the wolf and penguin mating. Whilst well written it is very sugary sweet instant love with public claiming. I must admit I would have liked a bit more angst and development of the salamander shifter mates in terms of there past abuse, I found it difficult to understand how they just jumped into the mating and the level of trust they showed towards the wolf clan they had just entered. I know this was sort of discussed in that the salamanders can see aura's but it still felt a bit too much instant love.

  • ~SexyBookWorm~
    2019-03-09 07:07

    I liked this book much better than the first attempt of a menage in this series. Kyd and Redley, the two salamanders who mate with Jensen the depressed wolf, don't act as brothers like in the other menage book. Which was quite a relief! The book started off a little one sided because Redley was bed ridden due to injuries. So for about half of the book the relationship focuses on Jensen and kyd. A little odd but the second half included Redley. all in all it was good I just don't think the menage matings fit this series as well as the duo's.

  • Pati
    2019-02-27 01:42

    This is obviously one of those series that should be read in order.... I think. However, I'm trying to get through my three year backlog of books that I've had piling up waiting to be read and I just didn't take the time to read these in order other than I just happened to luck out and start with the first. :-) Definitely pure fluff, enjoyable reading material. I look forward to reading more of the series.

  • Rinny Rainwind
    2019-03-20 02:50

    This book had a strange progression of events. After only two days there were two gay shifters who fell in live and became completely devoted to a third shifter. Also the sex in front if the entire pack to prove a point at any given moment was just weird. I have the whole series but I'm not sure if I want to read it. I'll have to think in that. I gave this a 3* out of 5*. It was just to unreal for me to believe.

  • Sabi
    2019-02-24 04:47

    I was very sad about what happend with Jensen on Midnight Matings #12, Fur and Flightless, but now I am so happy that Jensen found two mates to care and were going to love him back. Very lovely story.

  • Sanet
    2019-03-20 03:37

    not sure if this is a good thing or a bad one... but these seem worse and worse every time I read a new one

  • Julie scott
    2019-03-17 05:52

    Two Wiggles and Some Fur [Unmated at Midnight]This was a great book I love it can't wait to read the next one...Which I purchased and will be reading next.

  • V
    2019-03-21 05:59

    Not bad, I really like these two cute twink.

  • Ericka Walden
    2019-03-03 06:37


  • Georgine
    2019-03-16 03:51

    3.5 Stars

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  • Carolyn88
    2019-03-07 06:05

    another good one by joyee flynn

  • Erticchic378
    2019-03-17 01:55

    This had the potential to be great but all of the public claiming ruined it for me.