- File Size: 601 KB
- Print Length: 109 pages
- Publisher: Trisha Hinchliffe; 2 edition (August 13, 2013)
- Publication Date: August 13, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00EJW42X6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #545,882 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Alpha Challenge Kindle Edition
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I believe if this author would develop a timeline to follow for her story it would have read far better than it did. The prologue of the main character’s mother speaking to her as a child doesn’t have a point were the story is concerned and could have been used to explain why she left her pack or how she came to be in her current situation. Additionally, she is wondering why things aren’t progressing as if significant time has passed when at the same time the author tells you she is coming up to her first weekend off—ergo she just met the guy five days ago.
We are to believe this woman is a survivor of extreme abuse and neglect while at the same time we are to believe she is an alpha female capable of single handedly whipping an alpha male and her response to the out-of-line drunk was so out of proportion to the situation. No one who experienced such poor treatment and who was supposedly smart would go around announcing to everyone that she has a fortune either.
Finally, no explanation for pack alpha Alex’s attitude and behavior was given; however, after our main character makes a public display of rudeness back at him, he suddenly welcomes her with open arms and changed attitude? When did our hero say he didn’t want to be pack alpha? What happened to the former alpha's bad guys, did they also just suddenly change? This story will leave you wondering and full of questions.
In saying this, the author really needs a good editor to critique the story. Yes, there were some errors but it wasn't as bad as some said. Also I noticed the author abbreviated which should never be done in a story, that should only be used in text msg only. I think the author is from England or something because of the slang she used which did not make the story confusing just different.
The reason I gave it a 4 instead of a 5 is because of the errors.
but I have to agree with many of the other reviewers: The problem is the writing..too many tipping mistakes, errors in the names .. disconnected and repetitive paragraphs turns the story in something very distracting to be read..
Still, the storyline was fun ( got me smiling in several points ), all the flirting between Matt and Jina and the secondary characters are great too. This is one of those stories where you have happy endings for everyone so it is a very good choice for those dates when you want a comforting read.
By leaving her pack she is able to grow and seek a life she wants. She meets Matt who is a very nice man and treats her with respect. She is drawn to him but not sure why.
Matt sees Jina and senses she is his mate. When Nina explains to him why she left her pack, Matt finds out that Jina can not shift. He accepts her none the less and Jina believes things will be ok.
Matt's brother Alex is alpha to the pack and has proposed to make an alliance with Jina's old pack. Jina now worries that old problems will arise when they visit her old pack.
A good shifter read with a twist not seen before.
Then we have the misspellings, incorrect word usage. Please get an editor.
Oh, and don't get me started on the British slang that is sometimes used, but not always.
I would not recommend this book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I give this book a 5 as its well worth the reading Jenna goes threw a lot in the end she is stronger for it a great bookPublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
First time I've read this author. I'm always a little leery about starting a new author but his was a pretty good bookPublished 16 months ago by Sam
Great story really like how the author gave back ground information on the pack and family situation. Lydia was a well put together character that left no questions. Read morePublished 16 months ago by brandy r
I really enjoyed this story, my only real complaint is that it sometimes it felt rushed. However overall it was a great read that I would recommendPublished 17 months ago by April L. Pawless
This was a fun story to read. Great sex and action scenes that get you really into the events.
Loved the ending as it was very satisfying. I do so love a HE A.
This was a good story but needed better editing. There were several misspellings and some sentences were strangely written, uncommon arrangement of words.Published 17 months ago by Nikki Bailey
This was a short read. But it was a good story! I give this book a thumbs up! Thanks to the authorPublished 20 months ago by Stang
As stories go it wasn't too bad. A little too simplistic and tired. A story that has been told many times before just by different authors.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer