Bren (An Incubus' Mate Book 3) by Toby Wise

It's time for the last of the Incubus brothers to find their mate, and it looks like Andras has found the perfect partner in Bren

From the blurb:

Being an incubus, Andras is no stranger to want and desire, but the feelings he has for Bren come as a
surprise. There’s something about him that pushes all of Andras’ buttons, yet he keeps his feelings close to his chest, longing for Bren to make the first move.

Bren has lived many lifetimes as a phoenix shifter, but during that time, he’s never met anyone quite like Andras. Bren has fallen for his best friend’s brother, but won’t admit it until Andras gives him a sign.

After an accident, Bren is rushed to his nest to regenerate, becoming a younger version of himself. He no longer has his memories and to make matters even more confusing, he’s convinced that Andras is already his mate. Just maybe, this is the catalyst they both needed to finally be together.

Bren is the third and final book in An Incubus’ Mate series. This book features a phoenix shifter falling for his best friend’s brother, amnesia, silly moments, So. Much. Pining, knotty fun, and of course a happily ever after.

Jacqueleen the Reading Queen's Review:

Well, this was the cutest freaking thing ever! Andras and Bren have been dancing around each other for far too long, it seems. Neither one wants to make the first move, which is frustrating because basically that's all that was keeping them apart. It isn't until Bren is "reincarnated" via his phoenix nature that things finally begin to go in a forward direction, relationship wise.

Younger Bren was so fun. He didn't have the qualms his former older self did about waiting for the right time. His phoenix knew Andras was his mate, and that was good enough for him to go full speed ahead. It was sweet how Andras wanted to make sure this was truly something Bren wanted and not just him clinging to him because his phoenix did at a vulnerable time in his life. I also loved the fact that once a phoenix finds their mate that they can make the decision to grow old together. It really solidified their HEA in the end for me.

Rating: 5 Stars

Jacquie's Review:

The 3rd Incubus triplet gets his mate. Bren and Andras have been dancing around their mutual attraction since they met until an accident changes things.

Bren's shifter side is so cool! I love how that was done. I loved meeting his imprint partner and how interesting the whole resurrection thing was.

Toby packs a lot in this novella, making it quick paced along with the trademark sweetness, and of course, some steam.

I hope there are more stories set in this world because I'd love to see the triplets and their mates again, as well as some of the side characters.

Rating: 5 Stars

Angel's Review:

One thing you can always count on with Toby's writing is Sweetness. His books are always so sweet and full of fluff and spice. And that's what this book contained as well! Andras has watched both of his brothers find their mates, and while he's happy for them, he wonders if he'll ever meet his. He's not sure if Bren is his mate, but he knows he's attracted to the older artist. Except an accident occurs and Andras and Bren have to have a discussion about what they are to each other. 

I really like this story, I'm always excited to read Toby's books because I know they're going to bring a smile to my face. It's always a guaranteed thing. I liked Bren's character, and I adored how much detail went into describing Bren's job and his passion. I love art, so being able to read about a character who is an artist was really cool. And Andras! Oh, sweet, sweet, Andras. He's a chocolate loving demon with a sweet tooth who just wants Bren to make the first move. I loved how communication was key. The two MC's made that a priority, which I enjoyed. I also really liked the side characters and how they were a main part of the plot. I really hope Levi gets their own story, their character is so intriguing!  Overall, a really sweet read!

Rating: 4.25 Stars

Bren is available to buy as an ebook or to read with Kindle Unlimited subscription.