Were Love Found Her

Were Love Found Her


[Ménage Amour: Erotic Fantasy Ménage a Cinq Romance, M/F/M/M/M, shape-shifters]

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.

Note: There is no sexual relationship or touching for titillation between or among the men.

Title:Were Love Found Her
Edition Language:English
Format Type:
Number of Pages:237 pages

    Were Love Found Her Reviews

  • Emily

    Antoinette "Toni" does not know what to think about her bosses Brad and Luke, who she knows are Alpha weres and she feels undeniably drawn to, but the feeling doesn't seem to be returned. When she beg...

  • Christine

    I tried. I really tried but holy crap, this read like a bad fanfic. Where's the editing in this? The wrong names were used in several spots, things were repeated just sentences away from each other, a...

  • Mlleelizabeth

    This is a book.For a full review, please go to:http://mlleelizabeth.booklikes.com/GoodReads's policies no longer comply with my review policy. Therefore my reviews will be posted at BookLikes going fo...

  • Lina Sacher

    This is going to be a 3-in-1 review, cause the whole Were Trilogy is, essentially, the same book. And for the purposes of the review I'll treat it as one entity and post this same review under all thr...

  • Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews

    Mind control, psychic visions, sorcerers, wolves, mates and fey?oh, my! If that combination seems a bit daunting then you can just imagine how seemingly-human Antoinette felt when her entire world c...

  • LynnMarie

    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 beaut...

  • Maja Jeppesen

    Given I enjoyed the first book so much, it wasn't too surprising that I decided that I would have to read the sequel to the series and enjoy it as well. Like the first book, it has it's moments where ...

  • ValerieC

    The first book in this non-series (since it hasn't been designated as one) was 'Were She belonged' and it was good. I've read it twice.This sequel, is even better, IMHO. This time, Lexi's cousins, Jac...

  • Christon

    I enjoyed Were Love Found Her even more than Were She Belongs. It seems as the story line continues it is getting even better. Antoinette's character seemed more complex than Lexi. She was more confus...

  • CoffeeTimeRomance andMore

    Ms. Dwyer has a winner of a story here. Toni is a bit innocent in the beginning, but strong enough in character to take on all four wolves and not lose herself in the process. The men themselves seem ...