A Fae's Two Alphas by Jem Zero

A Fae's Two Alphas is by a new to me author.

From the blurb:

Bennett Chiston is fed up.

After eight years with his fae father in Faerie, being trapped in a small Northern Michigan town with
his controlling human mother is pure agony. Magic defined Bennett—it affirmed his identity as a trans man and allowed him true freedom.

Too bad Bennett's father stole his magic and kicked him out of Faerie with zero explanation.

Desperate to return, Bennett hunts down Callum Truett, a reclusive magewolf alpha who may be able to restore Bennett's magic. He doesn't expect his long-lost childhood best friend Jesse Chen, another alpha wolf shifter, to barge in during the meeting. The tension between the two alphas is impossible to ignore, but it works in Bennett's favor when Jesse needles Callum into accepting the job.

As each magical experiment fails, taciturn Callum keeps Bennett grounded, while cheerful Jesse lifts his spirits. The developing three-way connection turns into powerful attraction, even forcing Jesse and Callum to confront the mutual feelings they'd denied until Bennett arrived. Together, they all fit.

Yet Bennett still can't let go of his desire to leave the mundane realm behind. Everything about it makes him miserable. Everything except Callum and Jesse.

When an opportunity to return to Faerie finally appears, Bennett is forced to choose: give up his two gorgeous alphas, or change his definition of home.


A FAE'S TWO ALPHAS is an 76,000 word M/M/M paranormal romance with a trans man protagonist. The romance is a triad, not a love triangle, and features multiple open door intimate scenes. Happy ending guaranteed.

Angel's Review:

(3.5 rounded to a 4.) 

When I read the description, I was eager to dive in. Two alpha wolves and a fae? Yes, please! I think the writing was good, and the characters complimented each other well. 

I enjoyed this story. The details were very good. There was a bit of mystery surrounding Bennett's mom and dad. I was not expecting what happened with his mom. Total plot twist there. 

There are reasons why I didn't give this a 5 star, and that's cause I feel like this was focused a lot on the intimate acts between the characters rather than them building a relationship together. 

I also was confused about Bennett's magic. He said that in the fae realm; he had a male body that he's always wanted. Yet when he gets his magic back, he still has a female body? It was confusing to me. 

Overall, though I enjoyed the story, it was different from my usual reads. 

Rating: 4 Stars

A Fae's Two Alphas is available to buy as an ebook, paperback, or to read with Kindle Unlimited subscription.