Were She Belongs by Dixie Lynn Dwyer
Publisher: Siren Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Action/Adventure
Length: Full Length (235 pgs)
Other: Menage, M/F/M/M, Anal Play, spanking
Rating: 4.5 Cherries
Reviewed by Honeysuckle
After being abducted, Lexi was unable to escape and about to be murdered. Growls. Bodies flying. The next thing she knows, she’s staring into the eyes of some sexy wolf she met at the club.
Her old friend, Sierra, helped save her, along with three very sexy and intimidating Alpha males. Although they are triplets, Lexi soon finds out that they are just as powerful individually as they are together. But she’s never really belonged, and all she can give them is danger and pain.
Paul, Saber and Andre have found their mate, and they’re ready to claim her body and soul. The one problem, Lexi trusts no one. She’s lived on the streets, survived on her own, and she’s not about to be pampered. They know she’s in danger and that she’s safest with them.
It’s going to take some sneaky, dominant sexual tactics to convince Lexi she’s where she belongs.
When your life is threatened by an unknown evil you do what you have to do to protect the ones you love. This is the attitude fiercely independent Lexi adopted years before when she was attacked and followed by some pretty scary and determined men. To protect her only friend she leaves town and lays low until she meets and mates triplet were shifters Paul, Saber and Andre of the Sinclair pack. How they meet and when they mate is tension filled, dripping in lust and smothered with sexy goodness…yeah, it’s that good!
This was my first time to read a book by Ms. Dwyer but it certainly won’t be my last. There are so many incredible elements to this novel I actually read it twice before writing my review. The layers of the plot are numerous, necessary and flow very well. I’ve read books before where the plot layers are not presented in an easy to comprehend order and that causes too many stumbles in the story. If I have to re-read to make the order of events make sense then I lose interest in the book as a whole. This was not the case with Were She Belongs.
Like the plot the characters were well developed and relatable. Lexi’s motivation to be a loner is easy to understand and I hurt for her missed childhood and family. Thanks to the Alpha mates that claim her, she gains a very powerful if not slightly overwhelming new family. Ms. Dwyer did an excellent job of creating three brothers who, even though they are triplets, are distinct in personality: Paul the charming playboy, Andre the sensitive giver, and last but certainly never least Saber the brooding protector. I think you’ll fall in love with all of them, just as I did.
There are some great secondary characters introduced throughout the story that will hopefully inspire Ms. Dwyer to continue this exciting story into a second or possibly even a third book. I know I’m keeping my fingers crossed and my eyes peeled for the next sexy were adventure.