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Alpha Ascendant: A Fantastical Werewolf Adventure (Wolf Rampant Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I am pleased that there is going to be another story from this world. It is an interesting to watch these shifters grow and change and cope with the dual nature that they have. Amiee Easterling is an author who is living up to her early promise to turn into an author that you will seek out book after book after book. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review. I also purchased this book because she is an author that I want to support and her book is worthy of purchase.
So go ahead and buy, you won’t be sorry.
It is about werewolves, but is more about a group of people that are like an extended family or commune. No erotica. Many outside and inside challenges. A cute puppy/kid star. Good fun, and the writer really knows how to write!
I am not sure this is a stand alone book, it could be. I have read the series, but this has (I think) enough detail to be understandable on its own. Specifically, I had not remembered all the details of the prior books and found this one easy to read.
The past few months have been quiet as the new Haven pack adjust to pack dynamics, and for the most part it's been great. Terra's adopted daughter has been a key factor in securing the unity of the Haven pack, but now Justin has decided to stir the waters of their peace and attempt to regain custody of his Bloodling daughter. The only way Terra can see around it is to hasten Ember's shifting abilities so that Ember may decide to stay on board with the Haven pack that is desperate to keep her. But will it work? And will Wolfie even allow for the process to take hold, or will he take the decision out of Terra's hands so that Ember may have a happy puppyhood?
It is time for Terra to step up and fully embrace her role as an alpha to the Haven pack; No more hiding behind Wolfie's more experienced ruling techniques. It is time for Terra to realize her full potential and that her dedication to her pack and family far outweighs the fears she has about being a leader. Her pack needs her now. It is time for the alpha to make herself known.
For the most part, this conclusion to the Wolf Rampant series tied up all the lose ends in regards to Terra and Wolfie's story. There were, however, some questions left open in regards to other key members in the story, though I have hopes that those will be answered in the spin-off series from Fen's POV. I believe we can expect to see more of Mr. Sassafras in her future. I'm content with how things ended for our courageous new Alpha Terra and the future she has before her.
I loved the writing style - the main characters really come alive. I think the books would have been really long if the author made all of the characters that way... but I can understand the kind of effort it takes to do that. I didn't want to go into any of her other book series because I find that these kind of series usually have the same basic story plot with different characters. I'd love to be proven wrong, but from what I've read in the blurb, I have a feeling that I may be correct.
A couple of my favorite characters in the first book kind of took a back seat in the later books and I was a bit sad about it - but this trilogy was not about them. I know that the author may want to hold off on those characters for another day, but why put so much effort into making them 3-dimensional characters at the beginning to just turn into two dimensional cardboard cut outs later on?
If you don't mind sticking with the main characters, then this is a really cute book. They are pretty quick reads as well. This book was just under 200 pages and a good afternoon type of read. I would say that this would be a good book to take on vacation to read while waiting at the airport or something like that. Entertaining without having to worry too much about keeping track of too many characters. :-)
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I couldn't put the book down. I could relate to Terra on so many levels!!
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