Owned By The Alpha

Rose Wulf, Sam Crescent, Stacey Espino, Doris O'Connor, Lily Harlem, Maia Dylan, Michelle Graham, Elyzabeth M.Valey, Wren Michaels, Beth D. Carter, Elena Kincaid, Roberta Winchester
Owned By The Alpha
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Publisher
Evernight Publishing
Release Date
January 2018
Genre
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Mainstream fiction, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance

SUMMARY
The Alpha lives for the hunt...


Driven by instinct, an Alpha shifter recognizes his fated mate from one scent, one touch. He'll pursue his woman, regardless of the cost, and anyone else would be smart to get out of his way. He won't stop until he takes possession of his prize.

Although the hunter doesn't need convincing, his mate certainly does. The Alpha will have to prove himself as a lover and convince his woman that he plays for keeps.

Book Review by Gabrielle Sally (author,reviewer)
May 04, 2017   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
95 people found the following review helpful
What I love most about anthologies is the chance to read both favorite and new authors in a genre I enjoy and we're lucky to get 12 in the OWNED BY THE ALPHA anthology: "Scent of Destiny" by Rose Wulf, "Taken Mate" by Sam Crescent, "Finders Keepers" by Stacey Espino, "The Hunt" by Doris O'Connor, "Alpha at Altitude" by Lily Harlem, "Fated to the Razorback Demon" by Maia Dylan, "Running Home" by Michelle Graham, "Alpha's Sunshine" by Elyzabeth M. VaLey, "Checkmate" by Wren Michaels, "Frozen Heart" by Beth D. Carter, "Wolf Hunter" by Elena Kincaid, AND "Returning to the Coyote" by Roberta Winchester.

I absolutely loved the different authors' take on the "alpha finds a mate" premise and while in some cases, that realization was happily embraced, in others, there was a bit of a … struggle.

Likes: As I read, I found myself re-ordering the stories from favorite to least and Doris O'Connor's "The Hunt" took an almost immediate lead followed by Maia Dylan's "Fated to the Razorback Demon", "Checkmate" by Wren Michaels, and Elena Kincaid's "Wolf Hunter". But I'm sure your list will be different, which is as it should be. Plus there's some great dialogue that will have you laughing out loud.

Dislikes: For some reason the Table of Contents wasn't active in the Kindle edition I bought, which made it difficult to jump around and revisit stories. Would love to see that fixed.

Lovers of paranormal/were-animals, strong alpha males and feisty mates in impossible situations will eat these stories up. I should know, I did.
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