Common Ground – Tales of the Darkworld Book 5

M/F, menage a quatre, vampire/werewolf, erotic paranormal romance


Werewolf Sair McCallan escapes the confines of her brother’s pack with the help of a mated werewolf couple who believe in open sexuality and relationships. With Weylyn and Keir Randall, Sair experiences freedom in all things for the first time in her life. When she meets her mate, she’s shocked to find he’s a boring, broody vampire. Uptight Marius Granville has his staid and orderly life completely shattered by the arrival of his bloodmate, a beautiful werewolf who steals his heart and expects him to join in her kinky play with the Randalls. Marius is forced out of his hum drum existence and opens himself to new sexual experiences to please Sair. As her new mate strives to give her everything she needs, Sair battles internal demons that threaten their fragile new relationship.

Warning: This book includes sex on a washing machine, a make out session ala From Here to Eternity, sex between best friends (F/F), double penetration of a female (oh, baby!), and the best blowjob in the world (M/M) all within the confines of the hottest ménage a quatre the Darkworld has ever seen.



Rated: 4.5 Cherries from Whipped Cream Erotic Romance Reviews!

Once again Lex Valentine brings us back to the magical world that has been built through out this series. As we watch Marius and Sair’s story play out we get to revisit old friends and meet new ones. If you are a fan of this series you will not be disappointed with this book. As an author Lex valentine understands how to bring the reader in and keep them entertained all the way through the story until the end and more. From the first to the latest book in this series the characters are always full of emotion and depth, endearing them to the reader and keeping the reader eagerly awaiting the next installment.”

Rated: 4 Kisses from Two Lips Reviews!

“I found his (Marius’) journey to know not only Sair but himself to be riveting and hot to read about.”

Rated: 3.5 stars from Just Erotic Romance Reviews

“Overall Common Ground was a good read…”