Taming Tristan



Title : Taming Tristan

Series : Wild R Farm, Book #3.5

Author : Sylvia Violet

Publisher : Self Published (BUY HERE)

Genre : M/M, Contemporary, Shifters

Length : 62 pages (e-book)

Published : August 3, 2013

Rating : ★★1/2



Private Detective, Wesley James, and horse shifter, Tristan Hayes, have spent the last few weeks adjusting to living together in Wes’s house in Nashville. Night after night with a demanding stallion is wearing Wes out, but he doesn’t mind. He loves Tristan more than he ever imagined, and he’ll do whatever it takes to show him, even if that involves a spanking, some handcuffs, and a visit to the gun range. Wes almost lost Tristan once, and no matter how difficult Tristan makes it, he’s determined to teach his man how to protect himself in his more fragile human form.


Let’s just start off by admitting I love Wes and Tristan. Tristan is such a mouthy little flirt and Wes is learning so much about the things he never knew he liked now that he’s with Tristan. Both emotionally and sexually. Which is basically what this book is about. It’s a continuation of their book Embracing Need. Book 3 of her Wild Farm series.

So the book starts off with Tristan flying off the hook when Wes gets hit on at the bar. Tristan being Tristan pushes Wes a little too far but that’s their way. They’re also still getting to know each other. Tristan has much more experience in the wild sex department and knows what he likes. It’s all heightened by his need to belong to Wes. His desire to be totally consumed in their love is new to him and it elevates the ecstasy. Wes is surprised by his responses to Tristan’s desire to be dominated. To be claimed. He wants to give Tristan everything he needs but realizes it turns him on too. He’s only willing to go so far but trying to tame Tristan is much more fun than he thought.

I’ll admit this book is mostly sex. So be sure you’re in the mood for that when you pick it up. It’s still the same funny banter these guys always deliver with lots of sex. 😀

Rated 3.5 stars by Whit

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