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Were Love Conquers All (Were Trilogy #3)

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[Siren Ménage Everlasting: Erotic Paranormal Ménage a Quatre Romance, M/F/M/M, werewolves]

Princess Charity Mossano of Milan is the Chosen One. She is forced to remain in hiding as a magical rogue wolf named Devlon continues to hunt her. He wants to mate her to gain her powers, destroy the circle of elders, and rule the world. She establishes Caliber, a security firm, to pr
ebook, 241 pages
Published June 6th 2011 by Siren-Bookstrand, Inc.
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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 three books.

This trilogy had so much potential to be great! The concept is fun and sexy and has some adventure. However, the execution was a little painful (no pun intended). This was a bit of a guilty pleasure for me, because I liked the story and actually read all three books, which is why I gave it
I really enjoyed Were Love Conquers All. It was my absolute favorite in the series. I enjoyed how the entire story came together. It was great seeing some of the same familiar characters and learning what's been going on with them. The chemistry between Maximus, Luther, Dante, and Charity was intense. But so was the power struggle. I can only imagine how hard it was for Charity to submit in a way her Royal Alpha males needed her to when she herself was of power. And in my opinion, more power tha ...more
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The final conflict in the ultimate paranormal battle royal is about to begin. It will bring together weres, Fae knights, vampires, a goddess, the last remaining royal were family, the Venificus triplets and at long last The Chosen One.

Were Love Conquers All is the third in the Were Trilogy series. The stories began with Lexi discovering her own inner strength with the help of her mates Paul, Sabre and Andre in Were Love Found Her. Book
4.5 stars

How I hate to see this trilogy end! :-(

Anyway, this was a satisfying conclusion and a very good book. Full of love and action, and of course smex!

If you haven't read this trilogy, I recommend it, but read the whole thing from book 1 or you won't know about a lot of things mentioned in this book (or book 2 for that matter).

My only problem with this book was in the last chapter where a certain amount of something is mentioned, then a paragraph or two later, that number was mentioned again
It's okay. What I observe is that all hero/heroine from book 1-3 is describe the same a virgin blonde with belly button. And all of them easily have tears on their cheeks everytime they hear a sad story. What a cry baby.

And some of the scene is like jumping from one place then another. It says they're together then the next page they are separate. It's distracting your flow of reading. It needs more fine editing.

But overall, it's a nice conclusion of all 3 books.
I really liked where this story went and how all the mystery stuff can't together but my only issue is the alpha's at times were completely annoying with their barefooted and pregnant thoughts. did at time spoil story because I was busy rolling my eyes and saying to myself 'what a dick'. other than that Good ending and HEA for all packs.
Oh man Hot sexy shifters and a kick ass chick!! Yes please!! I really enjoyed this steamy read. It was the perfect ending for the series!!
Beverly Richards
This is the second series I've enjoyed reading by Dixie Lynn Dwyer. I'm going to try another. Hope it is just as those that I read.
Tracey Brown
this was the last in trilogy and it was ok to read but like the others there were mistakes and errors that distracted
Great ending to the series!! Although, I wish there were more!!!
what a great ending to this series!
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