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Ian West has his summer all planned out—go down to Florida, stay in his family’s beach cottage on Olympic Cove, and work on his first novel. But his plan gets thrown for a loop when he meets mischievous twin sea gods Bythos and Aphros and discovers he’s their fated consort. As if that wasn’t enough, something in the Gulf of Mexico is turning mermaids into legendary monster Ian West has his summer all planned out—go down to Florida, stay in his family’s beach cottage on Olympic Cove, and work on his first novel. But his plan gets thrown for a loop when he meets mischievous twin sea gods Bythos and Aphros and discovers he’s their fated consort. As if that wasn’t enough, something in the Gulf of Mexico is turning mermaids into legendary monsters and gods into demons. Now, Ian not only has to finish his book and navigate the complicated waters of a ménage relationship with twin sea gods, he also has to stop an insane deity from turning the planet into a wasteland. No pressure.


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Ian West has his summer all planned out—go down to Florida, stay in his family’s beach cottage on Olympic Cove, and work on his first novel. But his plan gets thrown for a loop when he meets mischievous twin sea gods Bythos and Aphros and discovers he’s their fated consort. As if that wasn’t enough, something in the Gulf of Mexico is turning mermaids into legendary monster Ian West has his summer all planned out—go down to Florida, stay in his family’s beach cottage on Olympic Cove, and work on his first novel. But his plan gets thrown for a loop when he meets mischievous twin sea gods Bythos and Aphros and discovers he’s their fated consort. As if that wasn’t enough, something in the Gulf of Mexico is turning mermaids into legendary monsters and gods into demons. Now, Ian not only has to finish his book and navigate the complicated waters of a ménage relationship with twin sea gods, he also has to stop an insane deity from turning the planet into a wasteland. No pressure.

30 review for Storm Season

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mandy*reads obsessively*

    4.5* It's no secret I love ménage stories and fated mates is also something I like to read about, add in demigods, merfolk, Greek mythology, redheaded twins, an evil god bent on destroying the world, well that is something that I am gonna jump right on. Ian, still mourning his wife and in need of a change of scenery to write his novel. He goes to the beach house that belongs to his family and where he spent every summer growing up. But things have changed a lot since he was there last. There are s 4.5* It's no secret I love ménage stories and fated mates is also something I like to read about, add in demigods, merfolk, Greek mythology, redheaded twins, an evil god bent on destroying the world, well that is something that I am gonna jump right on. Ian, still mourning his wife and in need of a change of scenery to write his novel. He goes to the beach house that belongs to his family and where he spent every summer growing up. But things have changed a lot since he was there last. There are some mysterious and dangerous things at work. Bythos and Aphos are twin sea centaurs, demigods and they watch over sea life and the health of the waters. They have also been waiting for many many years for their 'agapetos' their mate, beloved, the one fate has decreed for them. They have watched him and waited and now Ian is finally there again and they aren't going to let him get away. I am a sucker for paranormal stories and this one has a very interesting Greek mythology twist and a very real tie in to the BP oil spill, it's got a lot going on, I'm not even sure how to categorize it. But I do know I loved it, it's a long story but once I started I couldn't put it down. The dynamics between the three men is very interesting and fluctuates and changes throughout the story. The redheaded twins really want to make their human mate happy, spoil and treasure him, but being demigods means that normal relationship rules don't always apply. By and Aph are trying to stop an evil Being that is hunting humans and sea creatures alike and they are also working on a way to negate all the damage of the oil spill. They have secrets they can't tell Ian about and Ian doesn't always handle that well. He is feeling guilty about moving on after losing his wife Diana, he's trying to write his sci-fi thriller and keep up with two sexy brothers, as you can imagine that's a lot for Ian. But there is a lot more to Ian than even he knows. I don't want to give any more away, because part of the fun was finding out who was who or who was what, and what was going to happen next. There is intrigue and hidden agendas, jealousy and breaking of trust, a few surprises and well, it's a ride and I was sad when I had to get off. A few things I want to point out, although this is a ménage and with twin brothers there is no actual brocest, they don't have sex or even kiss each other and it ends with a HFN but since it's the first in a series there are unresolved issues and I can't wait to read the next one.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Pati

    Overall, this story had potential it is just my humble opinion that it fell far short, on many levels. Starting with I would have preferred the author to have kept it fictional. Not tried to use a true tragedy as the catalyst for the environmental problem. I agree with another reviewer who said, "There is a mediocre story hidden somewhere in the numerous pages of Storm Season and Nicola Cameron's preaching better eco/green living." So many fragmented things could have been used and yet weren't Overall, this story had potential it is just my humble opinion that it fell far short, on many levels. Starting with I would have preferred the author to have kept it fictional. Not tried to use a true tragedy as the catalyst for the environmental problem. I agree with another reviewer who said, "There is a mediocre story hidden somewhere in the numerous pages of Storm Season and Nicola Cameron's preaching better eco/green living." So many fragmented things could have been used and yet weren't....things,feelings, just magically all better. Even the menage sex just fell short for me. ~sigh~ I am also very confused as to why the author felt it necessary to use a true tragedy that cost 11 men their lives and yet not get details correct. I'm baffled at why Fort Myers and Naples were brought into the story. Here is a snippet of an actually news story about the disaster... "The Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded and sank off the Louisiana coast in April 2010, killing 11 workers and spewing nearly 5 million barrels of oil into the Gulf for more than 80 days. Marine life died in record numbers and coastline as far away as the Florida Panhandle were matted with tar balls. Vacationers abandoned the region in droves, fearing coastal waters were unswimmable and too dirty to fish." Fort Myers is over 500 miles away from Pensacola, 450 miles from Panama City, not to even mention the fact that it's even further away from the Louisiana Coast where the tragedy occurred. Many other places were affected a lot worse than the Fort Myers/Naples area. Why not use one of those places? Or some made up place? I'm sorry that this review seems choppy, thoughts left half explained, but sadly that's how this story felt to me. I'm just left shaking my head......

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Emily

    I was pleasantly surprised by how much I loved this book! When I started reading, I was expecting mostly porn with just a dash of throw away plot thrown in, but I was completely wrong. I loved the world building in this with the Greek gods and all of the mystical beings. I thoroughly enjoyed the dynamics between demigods Bythos and Aphros and human Ian and how they interacted together, and yes, there was some hot lovin' going on too! Yum! I thought this was just excellent, I could not stop readi I was pleasantly surprised by how much I loved this book! When I started reading, I was expecting mostly porn with just a dash of throw away plot thrown in, but I was completely wrong. I loved the world building in this with the Greek gods and all of the mystical beings. I thoroughly enjoyed the dynamics between demigods Bythos and Aphros and human Ian and how they interacted together, and yes, there was some hot lovin' going on too! Yum! I thought this was just excellent, I could not stop reading! This is definitely one of the best menage stories I have ever read. I'm hoping that there will be a follow up and more with By, Aph, and Ian. (view spoiler)[I really want to know more about Ian now that he has come into his God powers and how it might affect his relationship with By and Aph. (hide spoiler)] And hopefully soon!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Pixie Mmgoodbookreviews

    4 Hearts Review written for MM Good Book Reviews http://mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com/ Although there are brothers in the relationship there is no ‘twincest’. Ian is looking forward to an entire summer at the family beach cottage, he hasn’t been in many years and it is just the place where he can relax and concentrate on his writing. Seeing two young men playing in the waves at the cove he decides to join them, but he could never have imagined who they really were or what they wanted from him. By 4 Hearts Review written for MM Good Book Reviews http://mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com/ Although there are brothers in the relationship there is no ‘twincest’. Ian is looking forward to an entire summer at the family beach cottage, he hasn’t been in many years and it is just the place where he can relax and concentrate on his writing. Seeing two young men playing in the waves at the cove he decides to join them, but he could never have imagined who they really were or what they wanted from him. Bythos and Aphros are demigods and have waited many years for Ian and now he is within their grasp, convincing Ian that he is their consort isn’t hard but Ian’s heart is still held by his dead wife Diana. So this is a paranormal/fantasy that also has a little bit of mystery and save the world from the mistakes of humans’ storyline, brilliant! Ian finds himself in the middle of an ecology nightmare when the Gulf oil spill does more damage than anyone could have ever imagined. Bythos and Aphros have the task of trying to clean up after the humans, Bythos is creating a new coral that will devour the oil and clean the water fast, but something has awoken and has been poisoned and driven insane. Aphros is given the task of destroying the twisted creatures that are being created before more humans and paranormal beings are killed. And, Ian, Ian is thrown into a world that he has no idea about and it changes him far more than any of them, but Gaia, could have known. The relationship between Bythos, Ian and Aphros isn’t easy as they try to mesh three personalities into one relationship, they have many ups and downs as the demigods are forbidden to tell anyone some secrets and Ian wants to know everything, where protection given in secret is discovered and where lingering old love causes problems and truths are thrown out into the open. While I really liked Bythos and Aphros and the way they both were, Ian was harder to like just because of his attitude, talk about ‘I have to know everything’. Hold on Ian they are demigods who have important jobs to do whereas you are a writer, a human, so wind your neck in, sheesh talk about creating angst. The actually storyline I loved, the Gulf oil spill being woven into a paranormal story where a resting deity is poisoned and driven insane, now that deity wants revenge on the ones who caused the poisoning. Demigods creating a new way for the planet to heal itself, trying to fix what the humans created and destroy what the deity has poisoned. A human, the consort to twin demigods who is drawn into the paranormal world and investigates for himself when he doesn’t get the answers he wants. The parts that the others gods play is great and the absolutely fantastic showdown near the end, spectacular. There are plenty of incredible sex scenes and the relationship between the three is good. I will recommend this to those who love paranormal, fantasy, save the world, three sexy men, dangers, shattered beliefs, incredible sex and a happy for now ending.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Love Bytes Reviews

    4.5 star review by Dan I’ll admit it, the blurb for this book is what captured my attention. I live in Florida (on the Gulf Coast) and was excited to read a book about twin sea gods, mermaids, monsters, and ohhh, did I mention the twin sea gods? :-) This was my first book by Nicola Cameron, but it damn sure won’t be my last. This lady can write! A perfectly written, detailed book, with very believable characters, excellent editing, and even after 333 pages, I can’t wait to jump into Book 2! But wai 4.5 star review by Dan I’ll admit it, the blurb for this book is what captured my attention. I live in Florida (on the Gulf Coast) and was excited to read a book about twin sea gods, mermaids, monsters, and ohhh, did I mention the twin sea gods? :-) This was my first book by Nicola Cameron, but it damn sure won’t be my last. This lady can write! A perfectly written, detailed book, with very believable characters, excellent editing, and even after 333 pages, I can’t wait to jump into Book 2! But wait, let us discuss Book 1 first! Ian West lost his wife a year ago to a repeat drunk driver. The guy just got out a program and the judge gave him back his ability to get behind the wheel. The first thing he did was get drunk, get behind the wheel and kill Diana, Ian’s wife of 10 years. A year later Ian is still devastated and has come to his family’s summer cabin in Florida. Ian is a science fiction author, who has mainly written short stories, but now is working on his first novel and the cabin should provide a quiet peaceful place to write. He had no idea just how quiet it actually would be. When he gets to Olympic Cove, the realtor who handles his family’s cabin for season rentals tells him that no other cabins in Olympic Cove are rented because of some “odd” things that have been happening. Since he is all alone, Ian decides to go sit on the dock naked. See….he has been having these very vivid dreams which turn into wet dreams…and he woke up sticky and took off his clothes, so of course he went to sit on the dock naked. Then two handsome guys just happen to pop up near him playing with a ball (in the dark). There begins our story with those TWIN sea gods I spoke about above. Before we know what hit us, Ian is sandwiched in between two big sexy men, twins, brothers, and it turns out Demigods. Bythos and Aphros are the “sort-of” sons of Poseidon, the God of the Seas. There begins the adventure. They tell Ian he is their “Agapetos” which translates to Beloved and it means they are fated to be mates…all three of them. They also tell him that they have been waiting millennia just for him to be born. Talk about a pick up line! I don’t want to say anymore, because I loved the book so much that I could just go on and on and tell you the entire story. As I said, I absolutely loved this book. I highly recommend it! I can’t wait to start Book 2. In fact I’m going to do that right now! A copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review. Please visit www.lovebytesreviews.com to see this and many more reviews, author interviews, guestposts and giveaways!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Shawnie Nicole

    As the synopsis says, Ian had his whole summer already planned out, but things took an interesting turn when Ian started having some er.. special dreams. Not soon after Bythos and Aphros show up, claiming Ian is there fated consort. The issue with that? Ian is still mourning and missing his deceased wife. He isn't at all thrilled, but still we find him in an interesting position. He isn't completely receptive of the love Bythos and Aphros, are trying to give him when he first finds out, but thin As the synopsis says, Ian had his whole summer already planned out, but things took an interesting turn when Ian started having some er.. special dreams. Not soon after Bythos and Aphros show up, claiming Ian is there fated consort. The issue with that? Ian is still mourning and missing his deceased wife. He isn't at all thrilled, but still we find him in an interesting position. He isn't completely receptive of the love Bythos and Aphros, are trying to give him when he first finds out, but things change.. Right? Brythos and Aphros are incredibly gorgeous twin sea demigods. They have been watching and waiting for Ian since they first saw him when he was just a young kid. They know convincing their very human mate, that they all belong together is going to be incredible work, but they are ready and willing. Bythro is the over protective, head strong, smart, over whelming one. While Aphros is the protective (not overly), funny, charming, domesticated one (You'll see what I mean by this when you read the book.) Nothing goes completely as planned with the wooing of their consort, but these Demigods aren't giving him up without a fight. Mistakes are made, and feelings are smashed but true love always wins... Right? Storm Season is a remarkable story filled with emotional depth, and a plot so thick trying to figure it out on your own is useless. But its good to try. Mrs. Cameron, does an exceptional job of giving us the reader and inside look at how a sibling menage could work and also ins and outs of it being successful. There isn't any brother on brother action, but boy oh boy is there action. As our hero's try to navigate their still too new, too overwhelming relationship, they also have to figure out what's really happening with the Golf Coast oil spill and why its affecting mermaids and why humans keep dying. There are more twists and turns in this book, than a New York City street block and some aren't who they seem to be. Emotions run high as everyone races against time to figure it all out, and stay together, but there are things that threaten to tear our here's apart. Surprising and horrible things happen to Ian his men, but love tends to conquer all that stands in its way... Most of the time. Yeah, I'm a tease, but you'll be alright once you read the book. So go, get, go buy the book.. I was absolutely happy to have gotten the chance to read and review the book and also honored to promote this book and its amazing author. I can not wait for book two, there will be a book two right?

  7. 5 out of 5

    Xanthe

    My first read of Nicola Cameron and I really enjoyed the story. We're treated to emotion, drama, action and it all works well with the romance of the main characters Ian, who is human, and Bythos and Aphros, two demigods of the ocean. The story develops well and I was pulled in from the start, intrigued as to the different type of characters involved and the world that is created by Nicola. Ian is a strong willed character and isn't afraid to stand up for himself when it comes to his two agapetos My first read of Nicola Cameron and I really enjoyed the story. We're treated to emotion, drama, action and it all works well with the romance of the main characters Ian, who is human, and Bythos and Aphros, two demigods of the ocean. The story develops well and I was pulled in from the start, intrigued as to the different type of characters involved and the world that is created by Nicola. Ian is a strong willed character and isn't afraid to stand up for himself when it comes to his two agapetos - beloved, mate. He does at times struggle with feeling like he is not enough when compared to the two men but we get a chance to see his true value later on in the book. By is intelligent and working to save the seas from the pollution that humans have caused and it brings up interesting ideas of possibilities and uses a true life event to shed light on what resulted from that. He isn't afraid to love and protect but on occasion going one step too far. Aph is the happy go lucky guy that can bring lightness to the situation but will stand and fight for those he loves and the oceans he's born to protect. Events that he is tasked with brings darkness to his heart but the love of Ian and the support of his brother. When things get tough the guys truly pull together and show what they're mad of. We get to meet some wonderful characters that I hope we see again in the second book that I'm looking forward to reading! I received an ARC and am happily giving a review

  8. 4 out of 5

    Book Junky Girls

    Ian is determined to get his book written while visiting down in Florida, but he never expected Bythos and Aphros. Greek demigods who tell Ian he's their fated mate. Being widowed after his wifes death two men who are meant for him is a bit much to understand right away, but there's no denying the chemestry. Just when things between them are getting fugured out an enemy comes in determined to kill them all. Ian is a sweetie who has had it rough after his wifes death. He's lonely and just wants so Ian is determined to get his book written while visiting down in Florida, but he never expected Bythos and Aphros. Greek demigods who tell Ian he's their fated mate. Being widowed after his wifes death two men who are meant for him is a bit much to understand right away, but there's no denying the chemestry. Just when things between them are getting fugured out an enemy comes in determined to kill them all. Ian is a sweetie who has had it rough after his wifes death. He's lonely and just wants someone who is there for him, but he has an inner strength that shines through when it's needed most. Bythos is the brains of the trio a true genius he uses what he has learned to try and help make the planet a cleaner place. Aphros is a jokster with a penchant for cooking, but don't discount him just because he isn't as smart as his brother. He has other strengths that you see throughout. The three balance each other and bring a peace to the others that apart they don't have. The story itself is interesting bringing Greek mythology to life in a whole new way and the way it is written makes it feel like you are right there in the world living it with them. The characters throughout are also well written and make it so easy to fall in loe with them!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kristy Grissom

    To read full review please click on link http://kristysbrainfood.com/2014/12/2... Overall Impression: 5* – It was amazing. Ok so I am kinda a nut when it comes to stories dealing with greek mythology. Everyone has their own interpretation for how things should go. Nicola did an amazing job at bringing these two demigods to life. From the beginning of the story she is able to weave a tale that allows you to experience the emotions the characters felt while arousing your senses and keeping you from To read full review please click on link http://kristysbrainfood.com/2014/12/2... Overall Impression: 5* – It was amazing. Ok so I am kinda a nut when it comes to stories dealing with greek mythology. Everyone has their own interpretation for how things should go. Nicola did an amazing job at bringing these two demigods to life. From the beginning of the story she is able to weave a tale that allows you to experience the emotions the characters felt while arousing your senses and keeping you from putting the book down. With so many characters that played different roles, she did a splendid job from getting you confused. She was able to word the novel in such a way that you really didn’t know who was what, you kept guessing, had gut instincts and no clues to some. It was a thrilling rollercoaster ride for you brain. This is my first Nicola Cameron book but it will definitely not be my last. I just found out the second book in the series is releasing soon all I can say is I’m waiting with bated breath for it. You will be to. The new book “Breaker Zone” will be coming early January

  10. 5 out of 5

    The TBR Pile *Book review site*

    http://thetbrpile.weebly.com/1/post/2... Without giving away the fascinating plot, I will say that I found this a fresh take on bringing mythological characters into a modern setting. The interactions with the various mythical creatures/gods that Ian meets are fun and exciting, and I liked the way a science-fiction writer working on a book about an ecological Armageddon is faced with an ecological disaster in the making. http://thetbrpile.weebly.com/1/post/2... Without giving away the fascinating plot, I will say that I found this a fresh take on bringing mythological characters into a modern setting. The interactions with the various mythical creatures/gods that Ian meets are fun and exciting, and I liked the way a science-fiction writer working on a book about an ecological Armageddon is faced with an ecological disaster in the making.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Cee Brown

    I am usually not one for nontraditional romantic books... Romance, romance and then some. I was completely in awe of this book. A mystery coif myself I was both intrigued and spellbound. I was caught between John Simpson, Steven Spielberg, with a dash of Stormy Glenn thrown in. I completely LOVED this story. So unlike anything I had read in a long, long time.

  12. 4 out of 5

    L.D. Blakeley

    Delightfully fun, nerdy & HOT! I thoroughly enjoyed this fantastical tale of fated beloveds, demi-gods, seafolk, and vengeful gods. And did I mention the hot? There's plenty of spice to go along with all the adventure. I highly recommend this (first in a series - yay!) to fans of erotic romance AND fantasy/sci-fi! Delightfully fun, nerdy & HOT! I thoroughly enjoyed this fantastical tale of fated beloveds, demi-gods, seafolk, and vengeful gods. And did I mention the hot? There's plenty of spice to go along with all the adventure. I highly recommend this (first in a series - yay!) to fans of erotic romance AND fantasy/sci-fi!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    absolutely hilarious, as in it's light read like a b-grade, midday movie with lots of hot sex scenes. I'm going to read the trilogy, it's a TOTAL soap opera and I'm suck in and need to find out what happens. I do love cheesy when it's written extremely well. absolutely hilarious, as in it's light read like a b-grade, midday movie with lots of hot sex scenes. I'm going to read the trilogy, it's a TOTAL soap opera and I'm suck in and need to find out what happens. I do love cheesy when it's written extremely well.

  14. 5 out of 5

    James Cox

    I think the plot was really strong in this story. A new concept that worked out really well. I liked the characters and I think the author did a great job with this book.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mandy Beyers

    Full review: http://thetbrpile.weebly.com/1/post/2... Full review: http://thetbrpile.weebly.com/1/post/2...

  16. 4 out of 5

    ♥~♥❇ ★~Lyne~★ ❇♥~♥

    The plot fell short for me. The author went on an on about "It" or "the thing" very disappointed. The plot fell short for me. The author went on an on about "It" or "the thing" very disappointed.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kendra T

    Wow. I found this book on the 'Best Underrated MM Book' list for Bingo, and I am so glad I did! I don't think this is something I normally would've found on my own, and boy would I have missed out! I always have it in my head that I don't like fantasy type books, but then I get surprised when something like this comes along. lol Ian is mourning his wife's death and escapes to his childhood summer home for summer. He figures that he will relax and work on his latest science fiction novel, but he d Wow. I found this book on the 'Best Underrated MM Book' list for Bingo, and I am so glad I did! I don't think this is something I normally would've found on my own, and boy would I have missed out! I always have it in my head that I don't like fantasy type books, but then I get surprised when something like this comes along. lol Ian is mourning his wife's death and escapes to his childhood summer home for summer. He figures that he will relax and work on his latest science fiction novel, but he does not expect to find two hunky twin brothers that end up being his fated mates. By and Aph are demigods who are sea centaurs. They live and work in the water, but have been waiting for their mate for years. They knew who Ian was when he was younger, they just had to wait for him. Now that he is of age and single, they are ready to be together. The story of their relationship-building was interesting, but there was also an intriguing side story of someone trying to hurt local sea creatures and Ian. I loved the twists the story took and loved watching the guys get together. Ian grew so much in this, and I loved who he became as he grew more confident. There were some great moments where I wondered what was going on and worried about who were bad characters and who was good. I picked out the villain early although I had no idea why they were the villain, and one person I worried about because they seemed suspicious became one of my favorite characters. Such an excellent book. I have other challenge books to read, but I had to get the next book because I just can't wait. Definitely note, for those worried about By and Aph being brothers, they are with Ian, not with each other. The three of them are definitely all together, but they are Ian's boyfriends and there is no direct contact between the twins.

  18. 4 out of 5

    P Leslie

    *I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one elses* I absolutely loved this book - this is the first book I’ve read by this author and it definitely won’t be my last. The erotic dreams in the beginning were seriously hot - I'm surprised my ovaries are still intact! I enjoyed the interactions and bantering between Ian, By and Aphros. Ian made me laugh when he went shopping for underwear with his Demigod boyfriends, “Twenty eight bucks for one pai *I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one elses* I absolutely loved this book - this is the first book I’ve read by this author and it definitely won’t be my last. The erotic dreams in the beginning were seriously hot - I'm surprised my ovaries are still intact! I enjoyed the interactions and bantering between Ian, By and Aphros. Ian made me laugh when he went shopping for underwear with his Demigod boyfriends, “Twenty eight bucks for one pair of underwear? What are they made of, Unicorn hair?” Lol This book was written beautifully and flowed smoothly. The plot was exciting, gripping, intense with just enough suspense to keep you hooked. I’m definitely adding this author to my favourite list and I eagerly await for book 2.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Well written, with interesting characters and lots of action. This sci-fi story mixes in mythology and adds in some cards mates to make a heck of a story. Looking for the next installment in This series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    John-Torleif Harris

    Very fun read I really enjoyed this book, and the struggles that Ian, Aph & By had learning to truly be together. One thing that I wish was drawn out and developed more fully was Ian's progression and development from mortal to divine. Very fun read I really enjoyed this book, and the struggles that Ian, Aph & By had learning to truly be together. One thing that I wish was drawn out and developed more fully was Ian's progression and development from mortal to divine.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jenn (not Lily)

    3.75 stars Well executed and heart heat between the MCs. It wasn't flawless, but I'm definitely interested in reading what's next for these three and how Ian's friend fits into his new life in Florida. 3.75 stars Well executed and heart heat between the MCs. It wasn't flawless, but I'm definitely interested in reading what's next for these three and how Ian's friend fits into his new life in Florida.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Helen Oakes

    This book sounded like it had great potential but it didn’t quite deliver. I found myself skim reading a lot of it and not really connecting with any of the characters or what was happening.

  23. 4 out of 5

    tammy rufo

    i loved this book, and Ian and his greek lovers. i love mythology and threesomes! great read. would def recommend.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Jones

    4* I really liked this book! It was my first by this author and I can’t wait for the second in this series! Would recommend for those that are interested in MMM and mythology. Bythos and Aphros are twin demigods tasked by Poseidon to take care of the oceans and to help fix some of the issues that have arisen from pollution and to stop a vengeful deity from destroying the planet further in anger. Ian is a human who goes to stay in his family’s beach rental in Olympic Beach, Florida to try to move 4* I really liked this book! It was my first by this author and I can’t wait for the second in this series! Would recommend for those that are interested in MMM and mythology. Bythos and Aphros are twin demigods tasked by Poseidon to take care of the oceans and to help fix some of the issues that have arisen from pollution and to stop a vengeful deity from destroying the planet further in anger. Ian is a human who goes to stay in his family’s beach rental in Olympic Beach, Florida to try to move on from the death of his wife and to work on his novel. By and Aph have known since Ian was young that he was their agapetos (beloved mate) but couldn’t do anything about it until he was of age. Ian has been having dreams of them since he was a teenager that got more and more heated the older he got and the closer they were to him. Once they all officially meet, Ian gets thrown in to a world of gods / goddesses and demigods, sea creatures, and more! This specific story focuses on the three of them meeting and beginning their relationship and finding out who is behind the large oil spill and sea creatures turning into monsters.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa theJeepDiva

    There is a mediocre story hidden somewhere in the numerous pages of Storm Season and Nicola Cameron's preaching better eco/green living and the three men and their numerous bouts of sex. Don’t get me wrong, I love a smutty good erotic read. In fact erotic romance is my preferred genre. These guys just get down and dirty quick with a foretold insta-mating that equals insta-love all around. Perhaps the love story was also lost in the “watch the size of the carbon foot print you are leaving” spew. There is a mediocre story hidden somewhere in the numerous pages of Storm Season and Nicola Cameron's preaching better eco/green living and the three men and their numerous bouts of sex. Don’t get me wrong, I love a smutty good erotic read. In fact erotic romance is my preferred genre. These guys just get down and dirty quick with a foretold insta-mating that equals insta-love all around. Perhaps the love story was also lost in the “watch the size of the carbon foot print you are leaving” spew. It appears that the author wants to get a message across that we humans should treat the earth better. Her chosen method of message delivery was a romance novel. The story gets lost in her live cleaner now message. Don't even get me started on the total disrespect towards the 11 men who lost their lives on that horrible day. I forced myself to finish reading the book just to see if she ever made any mention of the human lives lost, or the family and friends of those men who lost a loved one. NOTHING, she never mentioned it. I felt that if she could use the tragic event of the Transocean Deepwater Horizon to give her story some meat (which the story gets lost in the message she wants you to grasp) she could have made some small mention of the human lives lost.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Jones

    4* I really liked this book! It was my first by this author and I can’t wait for the second in this series! Would recommend for those that are interested in MMM and mythology. Bythos and Aphros are twin demigods tasked by Poseidon to take care of the oceans and to help fix some of the issues that have arisen from pollution and to stop a vengeful deity from destroying the planet further in anger. Ian is a human who goes to stay in his family’s beach rental in Olympic Beach, Florida to try to move 4* I really liked this book! It was my first by this author and I can’t wait for the second in this series! Would recommend for those that are interested in MMM and mythology. Bythos and Aphros are twin demigods tasked by Poseidon to take care of the oceans and to help fix some of the issues that have arisen from pollution and to stop a vengeful deity from destroying the planet further in anger. Ian is a human who goes to stay in his family’s beach rental in Olympic Beach, Florida to try to move on from the death of his wife and to work on his novel. By and Aph have known since Ian was young that he was their agapetos (beloved mate) but couldn’t do anything about it until he was of age. Ian has been having dreams of them since he was a teenager that got more and more heated the older he got and the closer they were to him. Once they all officially meet, Ian gets thrown in to a world of gods / goddesses and demigods, sea creatures, and more! This specific story focuses on the three of them meeting and beginning their relationship and finding out who is behind the large oil spill and sea creatures turning into monsters.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Merissa (Archaeolibrarian)

    Storm Season starts off the Olympic Cove series and is actually the last book in the series that I have read. Although, it meant that I knew some things before I started, it actually didn't have too much impact on the story. I still needed to know how Ian became partnered up with Bythos and Aphros. This is such a fantastic series and this story certainly sets the scene, not only with what to expect from Thetis, but also from Olympic Cove as a whole. There are some fantastic characters in this bo Storm Season starts off the Olympic Cove series and is actually the last book in the series that I have read. Although, it meant that I knew some things before I started, it actually didn't have too much impact on the story. I still needed to know how Ian became partnered up with Bythos and Aphros. This is such a fantastic series and this story certainly sets the scene, not only with what to expect from Thetis, but also from Olympic Cove as a whole. There are some fantastic characters in this book, some that I know make an appearance in later books, some that I hope will make an appearance. With a smooth writing style, intriguing plot line and characters that are completely drool-worthy with hot and smexy scenes too, this book has everything you could ask for. Highly recommended, both as a single book and also as the start to a fantastic series. * I received this book from Enticing Journey Book Promotions in return for a fair and honest review. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    This is the first book I have read by Nicola Cameron, and I enjoyed it very much. I am a huge fan of Greek mythology, so the premise of this story drew me in immediately. This book is pretty unique for the genre and quite fun. Bythos and Aphros are twin demigods and such interesting characters. Ian is a human trying to move on from the death of his wife a year prior to the start of the book, but he is in for the shock of a lifetime when he finds out he is the agapetos, the fated mate of the twin This is the first book I have read by Nicola Cameron, and I enjoyed it very much. I am a huge fan of Greek mythology, so the premise of this story drew me in immediately. This book is pretty unique for the genre and quite fun. Bythos and Aphros are twin demigods and such interesting characters. Ian is a human trying to move on from the death of his wife a year prior to the start of the book, but he is in for the shock of a lifetime when he finds out he is the agapetos, the fated mate of the twins. Suddenly thrown into a world full of mythological creatures, vengeful gods and sea creatures, and fated mates, Ian's life is forever changed. The bond he has with By and Aph is so strong and they are all so hot together!! The story is entertaining and the characters interesting, and I am looking forward to starting the second book.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Violet Marshall

    This is the first book in The Olympic Cove Series. I have mixed feelings about this book. The first third of the book was sex heavy and there wasn’t a balance with the story. The rest of the book was more balanced and so the flow of the story was better. There were parts of the story that were written well but there also were places that could have used more detail and info on those events. I really liked the idea and plot of the story. The plot was entertaining and it was steady throughout the This is the first book in The Olympic Cove Series. I have mixed feelings about this book. The first third of the book was sex heavy and there wasn’t a balance with the story. The rest of the book was more balanced and so the flow of the story was better. There were parts of the story that were written well but there also were places that could have used more detail and info on those events. I really liked the idea and plot of the story. The plot was entertaining and it was steady throughout the book. I found the story and characters likeable. The characters were developed and thought out. Ian, Bythos and Aphros are the MC’s of this book and mates. Overall, I am glad I read this book even though it didn’t completely work for me. I voluntarily read an advance copy of this book for an honest review.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Siobhan Muir

    I really like Nicola Cameron's writing, especially when I get to read snippets of it on Mid Week Tease. This story had some slow spots for me, but I really enjoyed the development of Ian's relationship with Bythos and Aphos, and I liked how the Greek gods had to learn that Ian wasn't the gay version of damsel in distress. In fact (minor spoiler), the "damsel" saves their asses in the end. Well done, Ms. Cameron. I'm looking forward to reading the other tales in the series, and I hear she's almos I really like Nicola Cameron's writing, especially when I get to read snippets of it on Mid Week Tease. This story had some slow spots for me, but I really enjoyed the development of Ian's relationship with Bythos and Aphos, and I liked how the Greek gods had to learn that Ian wasn't the gay version of damsel in distress. In fact (minor spoiler), the "damsel" saves their asses in the end. Well done, Ms. Cameron. I'm looking forward to reading the other tales in the series, and I hear she's almost done with the one about Poseidon (fist pump!). Great menage M/M/M.

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