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[Ménage Amour ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/M, vampires, public exhibition, HEA]In a world where humans and paranormals coexist in secret and where soulless demons roam, numerous vampires dream to be united with their mates.Brian and Banning O’Hagan are twins from Ireland who have been waiting for their mate the longest out of all their[Ménage Amour ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Ménage a Trois Romance, M/M/M, vampires, public exhibition, HEA]In a world where humans and paranormals coexist in secret and where soulless demons roam, numerous vampires dream to be united with their mates.Brian and Banning O’Hagan are twins from Ireland who have been waiting for their mate the longest out of all their brothers. When they finally meet Zane, they learn that if they want their mate to love and accept them, then they must first forgive each other.Zane is a warrior in the United States who deeply desires to be with his mates but is plagued by horrible memories from his past—memories that make it hard for him to show the love he feels for the two men.Will Brian, Banning, and Zane be able to resolve their separate issues, open their hearts to one another, and become true mates, or will they all be destined to a life of loneliness and pain?...

Title : A Zane Po' Boy
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ISBN : 9781619265325
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 116 Pages
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A Zane Po' Boy Reviews

  • Serena Yates
    2019-04-29 06:09

    As much fun, yet with some serious emotional drama, as the first two books in the series, this third volume tell Zane's story. He is Isaac's best friend and previously appeared in the Marius Brothers universe, and is an intriguing character whose story I have been anticipating. But even if you've never read a single one of those books, this one Is pretty self-explanatory.Zane is a vampire warrior with a past. I won’t go into too much detail here, because what that is exactly is an integral part of the story twists and turns, but it is very unusual compared to that of the other warriors. His past rules him, and part of the growth he goes through once he meets his mates has to do with him finally facing some of the problems and being able to talk about them. It makes for some interesting revelations.Brian and Banning are twins, but different to their brothers, the other two sets of Irish twins we have met in this series so far, they are not really close. It was a little disturbing to see, and I kept wondering what was going on, but when the solution finally comes, all became clear. Certainly an interesting twist and the cause of much confusion.This is a book about the consequences of miscommunication – or, indeed, the lack of any communication at all. Misunderstandings are pretty much the only obstacles facing these three men, but they prove to be more difficult to overcome than expected. If you like stories about men finding their true family and a place they can call home, if you enjoy flawed characters who sometime act dumber than should be legal, and if you're looking for some very hot three-way action, you will probably like this book.

  • Cynthia Westerveld
    2019-05-08 08:48

    I actually love this series, but I couldn't finish this particular book. Which I guess is weird, since so many people apparently think this is the best book in the series (or even the best book from Joyee Flynn). But no, not for me. After only two chapters I found myself wanting to reach through the pages of the book and just smack all three of them on the back of the head. Pretty much all their issues at that point were caused by them making assumptions and not talking to each other. You'd think that, after they've screwed it all up once or twice by jumping to conclusions, they'd decide to at least NOT jump to conclusions AGAIN. But no, they just keep making the same mistake over and over.The second thing that bothered me is the 'accent' the twins have. It's one thing to talk about them having an accent, even to give them some words to say that the others don't say (like 'me' instead of 'my' or 'ma and da' instead of 'mom and dad') but the way the twins talk it's like they don't even understand english at all. Simple words like 'a' and 'the' (which I know for a fact even english-speaking Irish people use in their speech) simply don't seem to exist anymore when the twins are talking. I get it, they're not American. No need to give me a headache trying to figure out what the proper English translation to EVERYTHING they're saying is.I love Joyee's books, but this one I won't be finishing anytime soon. Maybe some day, when I have an hour or two to waste and I won't mind facing the headache and the utter stupidity that is this book.

  • adrienne
    2019-05-02 06:12

    typical joyee flynn serial romance. nothing fantastic, nothing so bad it can't be finished. what is typical joyee flynn? imagine a shorter harlequin romance but with no t&a (see, i was going to write no surprise pregnancies, but... yeah.). out of sheer laziness, i will be using this as my template for all books by :joyee flynnsunny daylynn hagenstormy glennscarlett hyacinthcarol lynnegabrielle evansunless otherwise noted. i'd apologize, but i'm not sorry. i figure it's about as much time as they put into their books. dammit! well, i made it all the way to the end being rather moderate in my assessment. that's a win

  • Gennie Gee
    2019-05-10 11:01

    A Zane Po’ Boy is the third installment of Joyee Flynn’s The O’Hagan Way series. This series is a sub-series of the Marius Brothers’ (PNR, Vampires) and is based on the O’Hagan family who is a family of gay twins. This story revolves around the oldest of the O’Hagan brothers, Banning and Brian.The book opens with Zane being accosted by Brian and Banning because they are SO excited to find their mate after over 600 years of looking. However, Zane comes with a lot of baggage and abuse and simply wants to slow things down. No one listens and the twins leave feeling rejected and Zane throws himself into his work.After eight months, Zane’s best friend sees that he is destroying himself and goes to Ireland to get Brian and Banning. The twins come right away and all three go about figuring out if they can overcome their issues and misunderstandings. There are some ups and downs, but eventually the trio works everything out. The book ends with an intriguing business deal that will bring a haven for discarded shifters under Zane, Brian and Banning’s roof.I enjoyed this story and look forward to other books in the various series by Ms. Flynn. One thing you should know before you read this is that the story is told in first person and alternates between all three main characters. If this point of view bothers you, than this book probably isn’t for you. However, if you are addicted to fun, paranormal, M/M, HEA romances, than this book and series is for you!

  • Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
    2019-05-10 06:49

    This review posted on Guilty PleasuresA Zane Po’ Boy is the third installment of Joyee Flynn’s The O’Hagan Way series. This series is a sub-series of the Marius Brothers’ (PNR, Vampires) and is based on the O’Hagan family who is a family of gay twins. This story revolves around the oldest of the O’Hagan brothers, Banning and Brian.The book opens with Zane being accosted by Brian and Banning because they are SO excited to find their mate after over 600 years of looking. However, Zane comes with a lot of baggage and abuse and simply wants to slow things down. No one listens and the twins leave feeling rejected and Zane throws himself into his work.After eight months, Zane’s best friend sees that he is destroying himself and goes to Ireland to get Brian and Banning. The twins come right away and all three go about figuring out if they can overcome their issues and misunderstandings. There are some ups and downs, but eventually the trio works everything out. The book ends with an intriguing business deal that will bring a haven for discarded shifters under Zane, Brian and Banning’s roof.I enjoyed this story and look forward to other books in the various series by Ms. Flynn. One thing you should know before you read this is that the story is told in first person and alternates between all three main characters. If this point of view bothers you, than this book probably isn’t for you. However, if you are addicted to fun, paranormal, M/M, HEA romances, than this book and series is for you!

  • Ale Rivero
    2019-04-30 08:07

    Realmente: ¡Pobre Zane! A pesar de que al final del libro no nos enteramos de todo el sufrimiento por el que debió pasar antes de conocer a sus compañeros, el que pasa por y con estos es más que suficiente para sentir penita.Desde el primer libro de la serie se puede ver que Brian y Banning tienen una relación complicada y eso es lo que complica la situación cuando encuentran a su compañero.La forma en que Zane necesita de la ayuda de sus compañeros y amigos para superar sus problemas, solo demuestra que a pesar de ser un guerrero necesita que lo amen y que de vez en cuando lo pongan en vereda. Y después vemos cómo le toca a él hacer lo mismo por los demás.Esta tercera entrega me ha gustado un poquito más que las anteriores, ya que la relación entre el trío protagonista tiene un desarrollo que las demás no han tenido, a pesar de que ello esté estrictamente relacionado con los problemas que los rodean. Muy recomendable

  • Kavisha
    2019-04-20 11:55

    Let me start by saying that I have already read the majority of the books in this series and was following it for a long time. I lost track of it and realized recently that I had about 4 new books in the Marius World Series to read. But it has been a long time since I read some of them, and I couldn't really remember much of the overarching plot. I also hadn't read much of the "Beyond the Marius Brothers" stories and never even added the ones I read onto Goodreads. I decided to take up the challenge of re-reading all the books (21 so far) in this series chronologically and writing a few thoughts on each. So I will set new dates to the "read date" section as I go along.What I liked:1. That Zane got his HEA2. More growth on Isaac's part, it was wonderful to see him as the more mature, grown up, mentor. Current Rating: 3 stars

  • Tina
    2019-04-21 12:05

    2.5 StarsAfter 30+ years of reading romances the first person style is still my LEAST favorite. This book tries to fix that buy rotating first person with all three men. That just made it more irritating than entertaining.I did have fun meeting up with past characters.

  • Owen Creed
    2019-05-14 11:54

    Of all the Marious brother books and spin offs this one has been the most cringing one for me. Love the concept but there were a few more 'put the book down and walk away for a bit' moments then I'd expected to have.

  • Sanet
    2019-05-18 12:16

    Joyee Flynn books are a guilty pleasure, a short easy to read book I can tuck in and read at night and finish before bet time. In the past I have really enjoyed them, but it seems some series seem more formulated than most, with repeats and such. I did however enjoy this one.

  • Aiysha Duncan
    2019-05-19 10:53

    definitely one of my favourite books of the series so far

  • Mae Hanley
    2019-04-29 11:59

    I have always found it to be a poor twist when the solution to the problem is as simple as TALKING. But I liked the story anyway.

  • DaCon
    2019-05-10 08:10

    2016 Re-read

  • Maya
    2019-05-19 08:52

    3.5

  • Janelle
    2019-05-14 08:04

    I really LOVED this book. You couldn't help but to feel bad for everyone. I found myself sucked into the book as if it was life in a weird way. I love books like that!

  • Julie scott
    2019-04-26 03:57

    A Zane Po' Boy [The O'Hagen Way 3]This was out standing and I Loved it can't wait to read the rest of the series... I will be reading the next one soon.

  • Asteropê
    2019-04-27 09:11

    Comment that's not at all helpful, but I must ask: Why is this on the "Best Gay BDSM" list? It's not remotely a BDSM book! Not sure who added it, but...weird.