Arielle and the Three Wolves (Siren Publishing Ménage Amour)

Arielle and the Three Wolves (Siren Publishing Ménage Amour) by Dani April

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Authors: Dani April
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and looked down. She didn’t want to meet his eyes, and she refused to answer him. A flush of embarrassment came over her.
    “You know, Arielle, a shifter doesn’t just have a relationship,” he explained to her. “We mate, and we mate for life. Our family units are too important to be casual about who we take in.”
    “Last night you asked me to have sex with your brothers,” she said. She couldn’t look him in the eye when she said this. There were nervous butterflies in her stomach, and she knew her voice had taken on a tone of accusation.
    “That’s right,” he said simply. “If you’re with me, you’re also with them. We’re a family.”
    “I told you I wouldn’t do that, Jason.”
    “I know for a conventional woman like you it’s a big step, but for a shifter it’s only natural.”
    She felt a lump in her throat. “I’m not a shifter, Jason. There’s nothing natural about having sex with three men to me.”
    “It isn’t just about the sex, Arielle,” Jason said. She thought it sounded like he explained himself to a child. This made her angrier. “I love my brothers. They are my family. Families are about love. If you’re with me then you’ll become a member of my family.”
    She slammed her fork down on the table. “I could be a part of your family without fucking your brothers, Jason.” She got up from her chair and gathered the dishes to take to the dishwasher.
    “Do you want to have children someday, Arielle? Do you want to have a normal family?” he asked her.
    “Yes.” Her reply was almost inaudible as she worked to clear off the table.
    “So do I,” he said. “I had two fathers when I was growing up. They were both shifters and brothers, but my mother was human the same as you.”
    “What’s that supposed to mean?” She looked at him with a suspicious glare, but stopped her work.
    “Shifters aren’t like regular people. We have our own way of living life. It’s a part of our heritage.”
    “I know that or you wouldn’t have turned into a wolf.”
    “Sharing a woman with my brothers, and sharing her as a mate is important to me. I haven’t found her yet. I was hoping it would be you. When I find her we’ll live on my ranch in the valley for the remainder of our lives and have a family. We’ll be a family. We’ll be happy and always have love. Shifters know who they are. Most of the time I don’t think regular people really do.”
    “Oh, my God,” Arielle exclaimed and set down the dishes. “How can you even want that with your brothers?”
    “How can the ability to turn into a wolf be possible?” he countered her question.
    She sat back down at the table with him. Her head spun. This was their first fight. It was as unorthodox as the rest of their relationship had been. She put her head in her hands and leaned her elbows on the table. She was dejected. Their relationship suddenly seemed so impossible.
    “We’re from two different worlds, Jason,” she told him.
    “I had hoped you would try for me, Arielle. You said you would do what I told you.”
    She looked up at him. “I’ve tried to do everything I can for you, Jason. I’ve never said no to you. I have done everything you’ve told me to do.”
    “But you can’t accept me for what I am?”
    She shook her head. “I can’t have sex with your brothers, Jason.”
    “You’re scared again, Arielle,” he said and reached across the table to take her hands up in his own.
    “You’re damn right I’m scared,” she answered.
    His leg must have hurt him because he did not get up from his chair. Instead he pulled her over to him. She sat in his lap and put her arms around him. He held her against him, and she rested her head against his shoulder. She had to fight back the tears. Neither of them spoke for a long time.
    “I never knew I was submissive before,” she told him. “I’ve never been submissive with another man.”
    “You never met the right man.”
    “I think you’re right.” She put

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