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Alpha Kaden was an interesting book. At first, mainly due to the front cover, and the rhyme the kids are supposed to remember, you're lead to believe in Kaden as a cruel, unfair, vicious man. But as the book goes on you learn more about him and come to see that it isn't true.
I won't go into details because I just hate spoilers, but you learn about the 13 different packs and a few of the Alphas that lead them.
The story is not just about Mara, but its about Mara and whom she comes to learn is her true mate. And how she discovers more about the the world she lives in.
The only thing I wish was for Ms. Crane to go into the world more. Is the world just these wolf packs? Do they live among normal humans, if not how do they keep segregated? I was also a bit surprised that there are not many incidences that they change into wolves. I wanted to understand more about how the packs became, and specifically why they're named what they are. It is gone into a little bit. But why the Vengeance pack, Devotion pack, Purity pack, Freedom pack etc. Are these just traits that are put out in the pack?
Other than that I enjoyed the characters differences and explanations of such. I do think, as an Alpha, Kaden could have done something a bit quicker. It didn't seem like being 'Alpha' means a whole lot in this community.
This book was a fun read.
You get to learn a bit more about a few of the characters from Alpha Kaden. In this case Alpha Grayson, alpha of the Freedom Pack, and his mate, Lexia. But she doesn't yet know He is her mate. He needs Lexia in more ways than one as you find out.
Within the Vengeance Pack she was starting an uprising that was supposed to take down the Alphas and unify the 13 Packs. Although they really don't get into exactly how that was to happen.
Lexia is a strong, almost Alpha in her own right, and Grayson needs that to help his own pack. Although she doesn't realize it, she's set in motion quite a few things that she may not be able to control. There is someone else behind the who uprising who may not want the same thing she does. Can she figure things out before in moves to the ultimate end?
We meet Jasper, Alpha of the Devotion Pack, in the Alpha Grayson book, but we don't really get to know him that much. Just that he is a Phantom Wolf. As was Alpha Grayson sort of. Grayson was able to 'cure' his wolf problem by marking Lexia and making her his mate. Jaspers issue is a bit different. His father was the Alpha but chose to make his son a Phantom instead of allowing him to become the Alpha although he is the true heir. The Pack has just been without an Alpha. Which I don't understand.
Jasper can do quite a bit of magic and we learn how much and a bit about where he learned it.
He has waited for his mate for quite awhile when Fate allows him to find her in this century.
Thea is a sweet young girl in the Devotion Pack. She has grown up with stories of the Phantom Wolves being in the woods but hasn't worried about them. Until now.
I think Alpha Jasper is, at its core, about what one does for love.
I did not take away any stars, but both Grayson and Jasper had atrocious spelling errors and formatting problems to which, at times, I had to even reread a sentence to figure out what it was saying.
Kaden is feared by many. Lock your doors, close your windows and be in your house before dark. These aren't urban legends. They are the ways of life for the purity pack. You don't want your daughter to be taken next. Unfortunately for Mara tonight he has come for her.
Shifters have fated mates. Your true mate isn't always who you want them to be. Mara's mate may just be your worst nightmare.
This was an interesting take on a shifter romance. It's got action, romance, mystery and some hot steamy scenes.
I downloaded this book via the Kindle Unlimited store as a set of three stories. I would recommend you start with Alpha Kaden's book first as it will enhance the reading of this one. However, it isn't essential. We learn vital information about Alpha Grayson in Kaden's book which is discovered later in this book.
Grayson knows who his mate is. That was the easy part. Convincing her, they are intended to be together isn't going to be easy.
Lexia has had a difficult life. Everything she was supposed to have was taken away from her. Now she is more careful of who she trusts. Alphas are not her favourite kind of shifters. She doesn't trust them, and this includes Grayson.
This book was okay. It still had a mystery and suspense element to it like Alpha Kaden's story, and there is obviously romance, but I didn't enjoy it as much. We meet Jasper in this book. Therefore, I guess it would be better to read this one before his story.
I read this as part of a kindle unlimited book bundle which I would recommend as the stories interlink.
This is Jasper's story. He isn't an ordinary shifter he is so much more. This creates a mystery to his character which his mate has to unravel.
This book has romance, action and suspense. Overall I have enjoyed these books.
4 stars out of 5. This series was recommended to me via Inkitt. However, I downloaded it via kindle unlimited.
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I enjoyed reading this set... This contains 3 books about Alphas of packs with names that represents the pack... ( Sleepy is "sleepy"...Read more