Sunday, April 17, 2011

Review: Were Love Found Her by Dixie Lynn Dwyer

Were Love Found Her by Dixie Lynn Dwyer

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 3



The Sinclair, McFay and Crimson wolf packs are not out of danger.

In fact, it is quite the opposite. Lexi’s cousins, Jacob and Troy Crimson, are about to be murdered. As they join the party in their club, VALERIES, they are attacked. If not for the quick reflexes of one sexy blonde, Jacob would have been killed by the blade of silver. Antoinette is stunned by her reaction to the two Alphas and finds herself in a heap of trouble, quadruple style. Not two, but four alpha males claim her for their mate, and she’s not sure how to handle them.

There’s an evil force set on destroying all alphas and ruling the world. He wants to obliterate the circle of elders and sets his sights on destroying Crimson, McFay and Sinclair. The battle has begun, and both Lexi and Antoinette must combine their powers, with the help of their alpha mates, to destroy the evil force before their packs are annihilated.

Wendy's Review

I have had the pleasure of reading all of Dixie Lynn Dwyer's books and enjoyed every one of them.

Were Love Found Her was just as good as all her other ones with the heroine being beautiful and intelligent. What Antoinette didn't realize was that she was being used for a bigger purpose. Working and living around the weres never bothered her and she was infatuated with the two brothers Luke and Brad she worked for, but they didn't have the same interest. They knew they couldn't take her for granted—they loved her too much for that. She didn't want to rock the boat. When she went with a friend to another bar, she never dreamed that her life was about to change for ever.

Valeries is an upbeat bar with high quality customers. It was totally different then what Antoinette found at Brad and Luke's while talking to the bartender about a job to speed up her own online business what could it hurt. Turning when she saw Jacob and Troy just moments before she threw herself at them literally to take a knife meant for Jacob. After the fight Antoinette was nowhere to be found but the brothers were not satisfied so they found her and brought her to their house to get answers.

Antoinette couldn't explain what they wanted she didn't know about the assassination attack. What she did know was that there were not just two alpha's that wanted her but four and that she held all the power.

This book was intriguing and held your attention. A book that had so many twists that you couldn't wait to see where Dixie led you next. It is helpful to have read the other book Were She Belongs. There is a lot of sexual tension and sexual releases. Love how Dixie kept the sexual tension going!

5 Tea Cups!

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