Sunday, January 26, 2020

Review: Trinity

Trinity by Serena Akeroyd 
Paranormal Romance

Thalia Lyndhoven was born a Pack Princess, but that doesn't mean she has to act like one. Good thing; peeing on her fathers' front lawn is way too much fun, as is making nasty Betas shiver and shake when she approaches.

Trouble is, for nearly a decade, Thalia has been alone. Exiled to her wing in the palace because her parents don't know what's wrong with her. Well, she's tried telling them but they don't listen--when do parents ever listen?

Still, what's a girl to do?

Is it any wonder she has anger issues when she has visions of her three mates with other women? Is it any wonder she spends most of her time in her wolf skin?

Approaching her thirtieth birthday, things have never looked bleaker until an Elder changes everything and in walks mate numero uno. He's nothing like anything she ever imagined, and through him, she finally sees what she was meant to do with her life.

Be his.

Well, that, and kick the Pack where it hurts to take it from the 12th century to the 21st.

With her mate at her side, Thalia's realizing she's bulletproof, but what happens when her second mate pops up and destabilizes things entirely?

Find out in book ONE of the TriAlpha Chronicles!


This novel is 90,000 words long, and does contain references to situations some readers may find sensitive.

*Warning: Contains explicit content and graphic details. 18+ Audience

4 out of 5 fairies

This is the first book in an amazing journey. with lots of twists, turns and some sexy time too.

If you're looking for a RH with a great plot line, some great sex scenes that don't over power the story line and a kick ass main character then this book is for you.

We join our Main Charter, Thalia on a journey that starts off in and interesting way. While some may have a hard time connecting to the MC at first because she seems a little contradictory. I personally think that the way she is portrayed is an amazing representation of what was going on in her life as she was growing up. So while she is absolutely kick ass bitch when it comes defending herself and leading, she is still very naive when it comes to matters of the heart and her self-worth.  In this book you get to meet two of the men that will be in this harem, and they are some delicious men at that - for the first book there isn't a lot in the sex scene department, but keep reading because Serena makes it worth it, I promise. All in all as starter book for a longer series its amazing and a wonderful indication of how the stories will unfold. You get a look at each character's perspective, but never really lose that connection to the MC which I feel can sometimes happen in multiple perspective stories, but this does a good job of moving forward and giving need insight.

This whole series has a fantastic take on the supernatural world and some interesting new ideas when it comes to explaining hierarchy, myths and legends. Its definitely a book that will be on my read again list.

Where to buy: Amazon

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads

About the Author: Serena Akeroyd is a romanceaholic. She won’t touch a book unless she knows there’s a happy ever after at the end of it. Pathetic as it may be, because of this addiction, Serena decided to craft her own tales, stories that suit her voracious need for raunchy romance. After all, a love story ain’t a lurve story without a bit of raunch!

A citizen of the world, Serena is a nomad at heart, and her novels enable her to travel the globe and all behind her computer desk. Naturally, she’d prefer the option of a private jet, but still, if wishes were horses, eh?

The author behind the Naughty Nookie series, available on Amazon, Serena has plenty more to offer. Most of them involving threesomes! Watch out for Sci-Fi, paranormal, and historical ménage à trois!

Always feel free to connect with Serena, she’d love to chat with her readers, as well as fellow raunch addicts! 

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