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Summary

Elain Pardie worked hard to become a TV news reporter. When a huge, black wolf-like dog with green eyes jumps into her news van, Elain has no idea her life will drastically change.

Aindreas, Brodey, and Cailean Lyall aren't just triplets - they're Alpha shape-shifters running a Florida cattle ranch. They've never found their One, the woman destined to be their mate. Until the day of the Arcadia Highland Games, when both Brodey and Cailean lock onto Her scent. Brodey shifts and gives chase, then goes home with Elain and confirms she is their One.

When Prime Alpha Aindreas mistakenly thinks Elain's already taken and refuses to use force to claim and mark her, Brodey and Cailean must resort to trickery to learn the truth about the wedding ring Elain wears and work to convince her that triple trouble could very easily put her into seventh heaven in their arms.

The correct reading order for the Triple Trouble series, including prequels, is as follows:

  • Boiling Point (Tasty Treats, Vol. 3) (Prequel)
  • Steam (Prequel)
  • Fire and Ice (Prequel)
  • Trouble Comes in Threes (Book 1)
  • Storm Warning (Book 2)
  • Three Dog Night (Book 3)
  • Triple Dog Dare (Book 4)
  • Out of Smoke and Ashes (Book 5)
  • A Wolf in the Fold (Book 6)
  • Triple Cross (Book 7 - Coming Soon)
©2009 Tymber Dalton (P)2014 Tymber Dalton

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Lovely but a couple o slip ups (scuse the pun!)

EDINBURG - Instead of 'EDINBURGH'
(Pronounced... 'Eddinburra')

AYYAAAH instead of 'Aye' (yes!)
(Pronounced... 'Eye' or' 'I' 😀 x

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  • Malinda
  • 07-10-14

Good but not great PNR menage :)

3 stars

This was an alright story. Elain, Ain, Brody and Cail were good characters but I had a bit of trouble getting in to their story. Might have been better if it was longer so there was more to get pulled in by.

Elain is at an event doing her reporter thing and at the same time Ain, Brody and Cail are there as well. Cain and Brody happen to smell Elain and are sure she's their mate so they go searching for her. Brody (who decided to go looking in wolf form) finds her and ends up getting taken home as a stray by Elain. He's with her for a day before she finds out who Brody belongs to and takes him home. Brody saw that Elain had on wedding rings but no man was in her home and nothing indicating she's even been dating someone, let alone was married to someone so he suspects she's not married. When Elain takes Brody home though, Ain sees her wedding rings and promptly decides she's off limits and refuses to talk about her further. This leads Brody and Cail to do some investigating on their own which reveals she's not married. They they just have to convince Ain to go after her and convince her to be with them (and also not tell the world about them). Well, lets just say that the 4some does end up together and starting their HEA.

Overall this was a nice story but I did have some trouble getting in to the story completely. I liked the characters and would have liked a bit more time to explore them and their connection.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 13-02-17

Awesome hot read!

Loved the story. Did not want it to finish! Steamy, left me wanting more. Can't wait for the next one by this author!

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  • S Wilgus
  • 01-09-16

No, just no

I can't believe I listened to the whole thing. I picked this up because I liked the Suncoast Society Books so much, but it's no where near in the same league. A fast, torturous romance (if you could call it romance), unlikable characters (the only likable one is Cailean), and an airhead heroine. Hey little lady if you mate with us we will love you forever and do anything to make you happy unless, you want to work or have any say in matters. The narration was hard to listen to, probably because the narrator had so little to work with. Worth the time, no. Worth the credit even if on sale, no.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 04-04-16

Where is the chemistry?

What would have made Trouble Comes in Threes better?

the characters needed chemistry

What was most disappointing about Tymber Dalton’s story?

the lack of chemistry. the lack of action.

How could the performance have been better?

the performance was fine based on what she had to work with in this book.

What character would you cut from Trouble Comes in Threes?

all 4 primaries needed to be revamped

Any additional comments?

The story was full of redundant language i.e. primed edict. there was no chemistry to speak of between the the mate and the triplets. the prime of alpha needed more strength. and confidence