Conquering Theana by LeTesha Newton and Lillian MacKenzie Rhine

Conquering Theana by LeTesha Newton and Lillian MacKenzie Rhine
Conquering Series
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Full length (151 pgs)
Other: M/F/M, Ménage, Anal Play
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Waratah

Theana ran from Seurri City, home of the wolf shifters now public to humans, to escape a mating with her childhood friend. She wasn’t in the mood for a mate, or the trappings of politics. Then she meets Rafael, alpha of the strongest pack in Seurri, and his beta, Gregori. Suddenly she can’t catch her breath, or keep control of her emotions.

Rafael and Gregori refuse to let Theana get her own way, or deny the love they could share. Perhaps two men for their feisty mate are definitely better than one. Now to stall the would-be childhood suitor, and stop an all out war between the packs—but love is worth fighting for.

I love finding new authors because it opens the world to new and exciting reads. It’s a pretty common shifter story in that the humans accept the shifter, but only face to face. There will always be some type of organization after the shifter community.

I love a strong female character with a good mix of sass and brains. I really liked Theana because she’s a little strong in the first chapter, then she toned the whole I’m better attitude. Translation: she’s a bit spoiled. Her father let her run wild most of her life. Theana isn’t quick to lie down and take orders, nor is she in any hurry to be mated. She has made a point of only being with wolves lower ranking than her, although that didn’t make much sense to me.

The males were the typical alpha type, but I liked the alpha right off. This alpha cares about his beta and knew how to put his beta at ease. How the Alpha and beta grew up together and how they formed a bond was really good. They’ve shared women before but a mate? No. And if they did, where does the beta fit in? Is there rank in a relationship?

There was the nice show of strength, power and passion along with a few yummy scenes to sweeten the story. I liked how the authors threw in a wee bit of danger as well as keeping the conflict simple.

This looks to be a first in a series. Because of the secondary characters I’d think, that another book will come at some point. The writers didn’t leave me hanging though, which I liked. The length was decent and there was just a bit of back ground. It wasn’t a knock my socks off read, but I liked and enjoyed it. If you like wolf shifters, then hop over and grab this read. I’m sure you will enjoy it I did.

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