WERE SHE BELONGS by Dixie Lynn Dwyer
Were She Belongs by Dixie Lynn Dwyer
Shape-shifter, Ménage, Fantasy
Reviewed by Jo
Lexi has always been alone and had to make it through life as best she could. She can never remember having a family or belonging to anyone. Then, in college, Lexi discovered that someone wanted her enough to kidnap her and harm others. Ever since then she has been on the run, and found jobs that would break certain rules for her. Being the head of security for a nightclub is the best job she’s had and she loves it, but that all may change now that her boss and newly re-found best friend are asking questions. Not to mention that sexy hunk she just met tonight for the first time.
Paul, Andre, and Saber are triplets and alpha wolves of their pack. They have hunted for a long time to find their mate, and she might have just dropped into their hands. However, they have her only after saving her from a kidnapping attempt. All three are finding out just how alone their mate has been and know that their work will be cut out for them to convince Lexi that she is their mate and to trust and love them. Overpowering they might be to others, they only want to love and protect Lexi. If she will let them.
Lexi is more than overwhelmed by not only the triplets who keep saying she is their mate but also with the knowledge that once again she is putting people she loves in danger. Running is all she has ever known, but Saber, Paul, and Andre are putting up a strong defense against her instincts. While still trying to work out the mating thing, Lexi learns unexpectedly about her background and discovers that she really does have family and a place to belong. Lexi discovers true happiness for the first time just as the danger against her threatens to tear it from her forever. Lexi wants what she has found, but will she have the strength to trust her alphas to protect her and take away the danger once and for all?
How do you stop running when it’s all you have ever known? Lexi finds the answer in Were She Belongs. My heart went out to Lexi as I read about her past and all that she has endured. I could understand what the boys were going through, but wanted to tell them to slow down and stop overwhelming her several times. I just knew that somehow they would find the middle ground, but how they did it had me smiling. The danger that confronted Lexi and her alphas was chilling when I found out just how cold blooded it was. Seeing the good guys win and Lexi discover what love meant made me close the book with a smile. Were She Belongs is a tale of strength, suspense, and erotic love that will remind you just how nice belonging is.