Their Cajun Queen by Kasey Belle

Their Cajun Queen by Kasey Belle
Publisher: Self-published
Genre: Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Mystery/Suspense, Contemporary
Length: Full Length (392 pgs)
Other Content: M/F, M/M/F, Menage, Anal Sex, Spanking, Bondage
Rating: 5 Stars
Reviewed by Sorrel

Fiona is certain Fate is a mean kid with a magnifying glass who, for twenty-six years, has given her the proverbial middle finger and it doesn’t seem like Fate’s going to get bored any time soon. Something bad always follows her something good.

At twenty-three, Fiona Lafont became a widow and single mother when her Navy SEAL husband was killed in Afghanistan and has spent the last three years picking up the pieces and building a life for her daughter. When an unexpected visitor from her past threatens to destroy everything, she runs to Copper Creek, TX and her husband’s best friend, Kell, for help. In Texas, she finds more than protection, she discovers a whole new world.

For years Copper Creek Pack Alpha Declan and Beta Cade Creed have searched for their mate. When they discover their cousin Kell’s friend Fiona is their mate, they realize finding the feisty little Cajun widow was the easiest part of the journey. In order to claim her, they must earn her trust, protect her from those intent on harming her, heal her grieving heart, and convince her she is their destiny.

On the verge of another something good, Fiona must decide if she can let go of her grief and risk it all once more, for a second chance at love.

Will the dangerous men pursuing her, find her, and ruin her chance at happily ever after?

“Me and mommy named her. Her real name is Pincess Finona Fuzzy-buttness”

This book covers a full spectrum of emotions. Meaning that it was both sweet as well as sexy and then there are some violent elements to it.

Because of the title, I initially thought that this was going to be about voodoo and witch magic and all. I couldn’t have been more wrong.This book is not about magic though there was a little bit of a fantasy element to it at the end. This book is about second chances, love, friends and family.

I have always loved reading about books with children in it. Their Cajun Queen introduced a sweet and innocent little girl that I absolutely loved reading about. I think Emma Grace brought a certain element of fun into the mix that only children can bring. She added to the story rather than simply being a convenient secondary character.

Fiona is a very strong woman, made stronger because of her daughter. She would have given up when her husband died if not for her daughter. Fiona’s past shaped her present as it made her aware of the cruel side of humans early on. Declan and Cade have their work cut out for them in winning her trust and her love but they are exactly what she and her daughter need; what they had been missing in their lives. Trust, security and love.

The author did a wonderful job with the characters and the overall story. There was some violence in it that might be difficult to read but I would recommend readers simply keep a handful of tissues nearby, take a deep breath and read on because there is so much more to this story. There was also a lot of fun and sexy and sweet moments in it that I loved. This had a good balance of both heart wrenching and heart warming. This one is for readers who want a lot of layers to their romance. A fantastic read overall.


  1. patricia chaney maartin says:

    very well written, the author has a great future in writing

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