After narrowly avoiding a personal disaster, she-wolf Alyssa Morgan can’t wait to leave her wolf pack and start her life over. Trying to rebuild her shattered self-esteem, she swears off relationships. When she accepts a job at Stone’s gym, working for three hunky were-hyena brothers, she discovers the hardest thing she ever had to do wasn’t leaving her pack, but keeping them at arm’s length.
Dante, Cairo, and Mason Stone have been unlucky in love. As were-hyenas, they need to share a mate, and they hadn’t found the right woman… until Alyssa walks through the door. But the sweet she-wolf is anything but interested in a relationship with them. Oppressed within her wolf pack, she doesn’t see herself as worthy of their affection. When her life is threatened and they almost lose her, they decide it’s time to convince her that she is their mate and they are perfect for each other.
This story contains one she-wolf trying to find herself, three overprotective were-hyenas with love on their minds, m/f/m/m interaction, neck biting, and symbolic tattoos.
Every Night Forever is only my second R.E. Butler book, but wow, was it a good one to continue, and even strengthen, my love for this woman`s work. I had never even read a shifter book that didn’t involve werewolves, so this was slightly refreshing. I loved how R.E. didn’t just throw us into a world we didn’t know about and not explain it like some authors tend to do.
While the beginning leaves some people feeling no sympathy for Alyssa, I found that I absolutely loved her character. Shes in a bad place, and yea, she put herself there willingly, but I could feel her emotional pain as she tried to rectify her past and make her future great. Suffice to say, yea she was terrible, but I loved watching her grow into her own and become the person that she was always meant to be.
One thing that got me was the fact that there are three lovers to one woman. Yes, I said THREE. And their all brothers. No, its not one of THOSE books. The guys were freaking awesome and are my favorite trio. I love how they are patient and kind and oh so loving toward their mate.
There was plenty of action in this book, both the violent kind and smexy kind. It was perfectly balanced and I found myself not wanting to put it down. I finished it in no time and anxiously started the next book. Yea, its that good. I cried, laughed, and fanned myself. I’m absolutely checking out more of her books and I just know that I will be recommending this book left and right.
You should check it out if you haven’t already!