Trinity Bound, by Carrie Ann Ryan is an intriguing paranormal romance book, which provides plenty of suspense and drama surrounding the Redwood wolf pack.
Even as a talented artist, Reed Jameson believes that he's simply not enough for his family and the Redwood werewolf pack, especially when he's captured by the Central Pack. During his captivity, Reed meets his mate Hannah Lewis, who is a rare earth witch with healing powers.
Due to fate and interesting circumstances, a ex-military human named Josh Kolb finds and attempts to rescue Reed and Hannah. During the rescue, Reed discovers that Josh is also his mate. However, all three struggle with uncertainty and insecurity, yet they strive to find balance in their lives and new relationship. As the title indicates, Reed, Hannah, and Josh are each a part of a trinity bond, which has special meaning in the supernatural world.
With a mission to destroy the Redwood pack, the Central wolves have turned away from their true nature with an evil alpha werewolf pack leader and his truly demented heir son initiating a horrifying deal that releases one of the worst demons into their world. The leaders of the Central wolves summoned this demon to assist with their assault on the Redwood Pack, particularly the Jamenson family. And this terrifying storyline is on-going and overarching throughout the majority of the Redwood Pack series with the Jamenson family and friends facing serious problems, including captivity, torture, and even death.
Since it's the third book in the Redwood Pack series, it's recommended to read the first two books in the series in order to meet the Jamenson family and learn more about the Central pack's evil plan. Also, it's a completed book series, yet various characters are included in the corresponding (and currently on-going) Talon Pack series.
Trinity Bound is geared towards those who enjoy reading paranormal triad romances with serious suspense interlaced into the story.
Note: I received this book from the author, who provided reissued copies for bloggers to write book reviews in exchange for books, yet the opinions expressed in this review are my own.