Majid’s best friend, Talos, has found his mate and finally recognized his lover of the past several hundred years as his other mate. The mate Majid had spent the last eleven hundred years trying to forgive was back in his life.
Will Majid rescue one mate only to lose the other? Or will the fierce polar bear, Siku, give him a chance to redeem himself?
Will Odin forgive himself for the actions that tore Majid from his life? And will the not so little bear find him to be a worthy mate? Or is he doomed to die on a quest for redemption?
Will Siku find his place not only within the relationship his mates clearly already have but also the entirely different world that is city life? Or is he just fooling himself that he can get over the wall between him and his mates?
Bloodlines of Fate is an urban fantasy series set in a world destroyed by humans and resurrected by supernatural beings.
This book contains depictions of omega polar bears who will eat you in self-defense, sturdy hairbrushes that break naughty butts, timeouts for coloring and painting toes, and a family reunion for the history books.
Majid is part two of a two-part story arch that tells the love story of two triads (MMM). It is necessary to read Talos to fully enjoy this book that does end in a HEA despite bickering chefs who try to burn the estate down.
This is a type of omegaverse with mpreg. This is a continuous series that is best read in order.
Outstanding and creative!
This was an excellent addition to Bloodlines of Fate. I really hope there will be more in the series. I definitely didn’t expect that storyline.
I absolutely loved all three main characters. Siku was perfect and exactly what Majid and Odin needed. Siku was much different than I expected and the dynamics surprised me, but worked so perfectly I still can’t get over it. The unexpected twists and vision is part of what makes A.G. Carothers’ writing so special. I can never anticipate what will happen and I should know better than to try. Character development was excellent across the board and I love that Bayne, Talos, and Kikoi were so involved in this.
The plot itself was interesting and kept me engaged. When everything fell in place for me it was magical. I can’t get over how well done the first two books are and I really want more of this universe. It’s incredibly unique and like nothing I’ve read before. It’s rare for a book to surprise me so much, but this one did.
5 stars for an outstanding and creative read!