Review – Forbidden Hybrid

Forbidden Hybrid book cover


Forbidden Hybrid



T.J. Spade & Montana Ash


Reverse Harem


Maeve O’Neill, a cyber-security analyst, is shocked to wake up in a strange bed after a rare night out. She is horrified to discover twin punctures on her neck and claw marks on her hip, because such a combination is not just impossible – it is forbidden.
When she realises she is not alone, but surrounded by three first-responders; Bishop, a surly werewolf homicide detective; Gabriel, a gorgeous human paramedic; and Lucian, a charismatic vampire fireman, Maeve isn’t sure if she has been kidnapped or is living out her wildest fantasies. Unfortunately, the reality of becoming the first hybrid in existence is fraught with danger, and Maeve must work with the three best friends in order to track down the serial killers who changed her life forever.
As the four work side by side to expose a dark conspiracy, the immediate attraction between Maeve and her three saviours becomes a staggering connection. Long-denied desires surface and new foundations are laid, as an unshakeable bond forms, forging the four together for eternity.


3stars rating

It’s strange to admit it, this being a book of a loved author, but I’m on the fence for this one.
It just felt slow, not much was happening except in the last few chapters and well, it left me feeling unfulfilled 🙁

Character development:

I liked the characters, though I wish we knew more about them (their past, their hopes and dreams,…). I did like the dynamic between them all, with Maeve throwing in some extra spice into the mix 😉

The book itself:

The book itself was well written with only a few small errors here and there, but nothing that bothered me much. And yes, there is sex described in this book (did it just get really hot in here???).

Final Thoughts:

All in all, I’m glad I finally read this book, as it was on my TBR list for a long long time, but I had hoped for more.