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Storm Season by Nicola Cameron


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Olympic Cove, 1

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.

Be Warned: menage sex (MMM), m/m sex, spanking, frottage



“Why me? What makes you think I’m your consort?”

Bythos’s grey eyes flashed. “You dreamed about us, repeatedly,” he said, his voice soft. “And then you saw us in the ocean and wanted us, didn’t you?”

The question made Ian clench his fists in his lap, willing down another imminent erection. “Well, yeah,” he said. “But that can’t be a surprise. You could both give a dead man a hard on, if he liked guys.” His eyes narrowed. “And how the hell do you know about the dreams?”

“Because we dreamed them as well,” Aphros said. “Holding you in our arms. Kissing you, touching you. Making love to you, our agapetos.” For the first time that evening, the blue-eyed twin looked solemn, almost wistful.


Agapetos—beloved. Ours, long sought after and much desired.”

The tenderness in his voice made Ian’s heart ache. Only Diana had ever talked to him like that. “Don’t call me that,” he said, voice rough. “I’m not yours. You don’t even know me.”

A warmth on his right side. He realized Bythos was sitting closer now, a naked thigh brushing against his own. “No, but we want to, Ian,” he said quietly. “The first time we saw you, you were only a boy, playing in the water with your sister. We immediately knew who you were, though. You were our agapetos. We could feel it in our bones. You were fated to love us, just as we were fated to love you.”

Ian struggled to push back his growing desire, trying to focus on Bythos’s words. The first time he’d come to the cottage, he was eight years old, which meant— 

“You were watching me when I was a kid?” he said. “Christ, do you have any idea how creepy that sounds?”

Aphros huffed. “Trust me, it wasn’t particularly pleasant for us, either,” he said. “Despite what some historians might think, not every male in the ancient world indulged in pedophilia, and to find out that you were still a child, and would be for years—”

“We knew we couldn’t approach you until you were grown,” Bythos said. “So we waited, and watched you celebrate your birthdays with your family on the beach.” He paused, smiling. “Your sixteenth was particularly memorable, what with your father’s little mishap with the fireworks.”

Ian remembered his father accidentally dropping a hot cigarette ash into the box of Roman candles, and everyone running from the sudden explosion of light and color on the dock. It was hilarious afterwards. Oh, God, and thatwas the summer he finally accepted the fact that he liked guys as well as girls, and kept dreaming about gorgeous men who came out of the sea and did wonderful, mind-blowing things that left him with sticky sheets in the morning...

Bythos’s smile disappeared. “But then you didn’t come back the next summer. Strange people were in your home, and we didn’t know what happened, or how to find you.”

Ian felt a tug of irrational guilt. “It was Angie,” he said. “She started getting sick that fall. Mom took her to the doctor, and they found out she had leukemia. Dad had insurance, but he still wound up with a huge stack of hospital bills. He had to rent out the cottage to help pay them off.” He remembered his father, a Chicago cop, sitting with his head in his hands over a pile of medical bills, and the announcement that a rental agency was taking over the cottage. It had hurt, finding out that they wouldn’t be able to go back to Florida any time soon. 

But even at sixteen, he understood the realities of life. His sister was more important than a vacation cottage. At least it was still there, and someday he’d go back. In the meantime, life went on. Angie went through chemo successfully, and the leukemia went into remission. He graduated from high school, went to college, got a job. Met Diana.

The familiar grief pulsed. “Wait,” he said. “I was married for almost ten years. I loved my wife more than anything else in the world. How can I be your aga ... whatever, if I loved her, too?”

The twins shared an odd look. “Had your wife lived, we would have loved her as a sister and treated her with every honor,” Bythos said carefully. “But that wouldn’t have changed the fact that you were fated to be ours. It simply would have made things ... interesting.”

Ian closed his eyes at that, not sure whether to laugh or cry. Diana had always been open-minded and generous. Meeting these bright, beautiful demigods would have tickled her pink. After some discussion about parameters, she might even have gone along with the arrangement. Especially if she could watch. “So ... you just waited for me? All this time?”

“Yes,” Bythos said. “And you finally returned to us, and dreamed of us as we dreamed of you.” With care, he slid an arm around Ian. “I meant what I said earlier. We will never harm you, and we will never force you into anything you don’t want to do. But we need you, Ian, just as you need us.”

“We do need you,” Aphros said, moving in to lay the softest of kisses on Ian’s shoulder. “You’re the sun and the moon to us. We’ve dreamed about you for so long. Please, Ian, let us love you.”

Ian shivered at the softness of the demigod’s lips as they feathered along his shoulder, tracing the curve to his neck. His desire bloomed again, a warm heaviness settling in his groin. “You dreamed about me?” he whispered.

“Every night,” Aphros said. “You have no idea how you tormented us with your skin, the sounds you made.”

“And your taste,” Bythos murmured, leaning in now and brushing the tip of his tongue over Ian’s skin. “I can’t describe how delicious you are. You taste like everything good in the world. Like home.”

“Like ours,” Aphros said.

Ian moaned at the sensation of their mouths on his neck, their hands wandering across his chest, plucking gently at his nipples. “Oh, God,” he breathed.

“Gods, actually,” Aphros said, lifting his mouth from Ian’s neck for a moment. “Well, demigods, but still.”

“Aph, shut up,” Bythos said, sliding a broad, warm palm around Ian’s jaw and pulling him closer. “We have better things to do.”

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Book trailer for "Storm Season" by Nicola Cameron, from Evernight Publishing (http://www.evernightpublishing.com/storm-season-by-nicola-cameron/).Ian West had his summer all planned out — go down to Florida, stay in his family's beach cottage on Olympic Cove, and work on his science fiction novel. But his plans get thrown for a loop when gorgeous twin sea gods Bythos and Aphros show up in the cove and inform him 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 navigate the complicated waters of a ménage relationship with twin sea gods, he also has to stop an insane deity and save the whole damn planet. No pressure.
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  1. Fab read 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Aug 2015

    Fabulous read. I love the way the author weaved the greek mythology effortlessly into the plot, and how believable it all was. You could almost see it happening in real life. I'm looking forward to reading the next two in this series :-)

  2. Awesome!! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Aug 2015

    Oh, how I loved this book! It was such an interesting concept. Ian, still grieving for his dead wife, decides to come down to Florida to get his head together. He's had some very strange, but erotic, dreams as of late. They leave him confused, but one night, looking out into the cove, he sees two men playing a game. They invite him to join them. This is when he discovers that these (beautiful, handsome, gorgeous, sexy) men aren't quite "men" at all. They're Bythos and Apros...twin demigods who know that Ian is their fated mate.

    The story really takes off from there. I don't want to give too much away because it's something to be savored, and I think that readers should delve into it on their own.

    There is action, excitement, mystery, romance, and a lot of hot and steamy ménage sex. And oh my goodness, the sex. Nicola Cameron is gifted when it comes to a sex scene. Whew!! I had to take a break or two to cool down after reading them. However, as hot as they are, they're still romantic. Bythos and Apros have a deep love for Ian, and he falls hard for them as well.

    "Storm Season" is extremely well written and has a nice, smooth flow to it. The story doesn't lag at any time. I was fully absorbed into it from the very beginning. Of course, Ian, Bythos, and Aphros are fully fleshed out, I have to say that the background characters are as well. None of them are just cheap filler. Everyone plays a role to move everything along.

    This is the first in a series. I've already read the second, and I just purchased the third about a half hour ago. Trust me here. If you're a fan of MMM ménage, paranormal oriented books, this is for you. Even if you've never read anything like this, it's the perfect introduction. I'm highly recommending this.

  3. Love Bytes 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Mar 2015

    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!

  4. Night Owl Reviews 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Feb 2014

    Storm Season was a pretty good story. I read it in one sitting and liked it a lot. The relationship between Ian and Bythos and Aphros was a little fast but it kept the story rolling forward. The gods popping up were amusing also. I liked the sexual heat and passion between the three men a lot, it was hot and intense to read. I will gladly recommend this book for readers.
    When Ian West decides it's time to write the book he's always wanted to write, he heads to the beach house he used to visit as a boy. Still mourning his dead wife, though, he isn't too sure what to make of the two gorgeous men who show up on his doorstep.
    Bythos and Aphros have been waiting for Ian to grow up and return to them at Olympic Cove and be their mate. As they try to court Ian to their side strange things start to happen around the Cove.
    Ian learns that Bythos is trying to clean up the mess of the coastal oil spill and that because of the spill the creatures of the ocean are becoming dangerous. Secrets that Bythos keeps from Ian can and does hurt their growing relationship. Will it destroy it or will they overcome the results of those secrets?

  5. Hearts on Fire Review 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Jun 2013

    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 is 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.

  6. The TBR Pile Reviews 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Jun 2013

    Ian is a thirty-eight year old unpublished writer who returns to his family's vacation home in Florida to concentrate on trying to write his first science fiction novel. The first day of his sojourn he begins to have strange dreams that soon lead to two men who tell him unbelievable stories about gods, demi-gods and fated mates. Unfortunately, Ian has not yet recovered from the loss of his wife, and his initial reactions to Bythos and Aphros' claim on him is bad. But, more dreams and strange occurrences in the waters around Florida drive the three of them deeper into the relationship and danger.

    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. I really enjoyed the relationship between the three men and the ups and downs of forging an even-more-complicated-than-normal relationship, with all the baggage that comes when people try to learn to co-exist. The sex scenes were blazing hot as well! It looks as if this book is the beginning of a new series and I will be watching excitedly for the next one!

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