Series: The TriAlpha Chronicles
Author’s Name: Serena Akeroyd
Genre: NA Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 310 Pages
Author or Book Website: http://www.serenaakeroyd.com/
Link to Amazon purchase page: Trinity
Link to Goodreads: Trinity
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: ARC
Summary of the Book:
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.
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?
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I had a lot of thought about this book. I asked people about it and I got mixed reviews. I personally like Thalia. She is a little flawed and has some issues. She is trying to get help for them but she is locked away and has to deal with them herself. She wants her pack to come into the modern era even as a princess, but her parents will just not listen to her. Her is having visions of her mates with other women and it kind of throws her over the edge. When one of her mates shows up she starts to change for the better, but then mate two shows up and it throws things a little off balance. Will have to see what comes in the rest of the series.
My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars