Friday, April 18, 2014

Review: Her Wolf Ménage by Louisa Bacio

Her Wolf Ménage


By Louisa Bacio


She seeks adventure


What’s the use of living in a wolf pack when one isn’t a shifter? Jana strikes out from Louisiana’s national forest to New Orleans to find herself, only to discover more questions.


They want the same woman


The moment Jana steps into the French Quarter, Andre pursues the naïve beauty. An artist, he senses the hidden wolf beneath the surface, and her nature calls to him. It’s not until she leaves that long-time friend Dominick realizes what he wants. The two alpha weres must battle it out or learn to share to reach their happy ending.

My Review:
 This was a very fast, emotional, HOT read! With a little bit of action and suspense thrown in. I don't normally read a lot of ménage books but this one works.
 Jana has always felt like an outcast since she can't shift. She never felt like she really belonged with the pack and the man she loved never noticed her. So that leads her to heading out on her own to New Orleans. 
 I really felt for Jana. She was basically treated like she was defective and wanted to be better. She could be very stubborn at times but overall she is a great character.
 Jana meets Andre, an alpha wolf in New Orleans. He's more of a lone wolf. I really liked Andre. He was super sweet and protective of Jana.
 Dom took me a bit to warm up to. Jana was in love with him for so long but because of his mother he basically acted like he took no notice of her. Once she was gone it was like he realized what was missing. Both men are definitely studs and great in their own ways. It just took me longer to warm up to Dominick. They each balance Jana in a different way. 
 I'm definitely interested in reading the rest of this series now. There are a lot of great secondary characters who I'd love to read more about. Its definitely a fun series full of lots of different supernaturals.




  1. Thanks so much for the review Amber, and I'm glad you enjoyed the read!

    1. Your very welcome! :) I look forward to reading the rest of the series.