Wendy reviews ‘Wild Foal (Stallion Mage #3)’ by A.O. Spade. Self published March 1, 2019, 181 pages.
Read my review of book 1 ‘Stallion Mage: Secret Omega’ HERE
Read my review of book 2 ‘Stallion Mage: True Mates’ HERE
As new mates, Alvarr and Laren grow closer, and when Alvarr shares the secret of his pregnancy with the stallion leader, Laren reacts with joy… but also with worry. Winter has taken hold of their land and shows no signs of stopping. The stallion shifters have less and less to eat, even when Alvarr’s earth magic is able to provide some sustenance.
They also have different ideas about the future. As a mage close to Nature, Alvarr knows the answer is to bring the tribes together, but he doesn’t want to challenge Laren’s leadership, nor burden him with the impossible task of making the other stallions follow him.
But as these questions loom over them, the biggest remains. How will Alvarr give birth to a baby? In the absence of healers and mares, there is no one to provide guidance through this unknown event.
*A complimentary copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review
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This is the final book in the ‘Stallion Mage’ trilogy and needs to be read in order.
I want to say everything about this final book in the Stallion Mage trilogy but then you wouldn’t need to buy the book… and if you’re a fan of M-preg, you really do need to buy the book (the entire trilogy).
I waited with baited breath for the final installment of this trilogy for a couple of reasons. First, I’m such a huge fan of the LGBT fiction. The power dynamic is different from anything else that I’ve ever read in MF fiction. Having said that, as the genre evolves, it has a tendency to get stale and repetitious. This trilogy is fresh and unique and fun and full of adventure, drama angst and fantasy, so that’s my second reason. Third, it’s not every day that I get the chance to read a book about a group of horse shifters in the stone age that are struggling to live through a never ending winter drought and need to send their mage who is preggers with the leader’s foal on a quest for the entire species to survive.
I had questions after the last book and ALL of them were answered in this book.
I loved the story, I loved the quest, I loved the romance and the unique world that A.O. Spade created. I’m going to miss these guys, I enjoyed them very much.
10/10 Pots of Gold or 100% recommended
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