As shifters go, this is a new one for me. Frogs? Some might cringe at the idea. I didn't mind it one bit. Different is good. Shall we call Brent, one of the shifters, a trans, since he shifted for the first time from a girl to a guy? This is a well-done romance, cute, with a lot of caring toward their third (Brent). This was beautifully done and the poly relationship was done tastefully and beautifully. Well done and would recommend it.
Sharing a Pond by Alex Whitehall
Gay Paranormal Romance
Paperback: 200 pages
Publisher: Less Than Three Press (October 21, 2015)
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Brent shows up on Corey and Shane's doorstep in the dead of winter needing a place to stay—and hopeful his mates will provide it, and not mind he's a frog shifter. Being a shifter is nothing new to Corey and Shane, but neither is being mates. They've been together since before they first met Brent ten years ago—back when Brent was Brenda. Bringing a third into their relationships is more than a little complicated, but they're willing to try. But change is always easier said than done, and Brent wonders if he ever really stood a chance at being happy with the men he has always loved and admired.
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