Alpha Hybrid Book 1: Wolf Shifter Romance (Cavern of Light Series) Kindle Edition
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What I consider good things about the book:
--clear progression of events: the story moved briskly, without dragging, through the plot
--clearly defined characters: I knew who they were, I didn't get them confused
--some magic: magic is always cool
--editing: lack of typos and grammatical errors: thank you!
What I consider things that need work:
--exclamation points: this author apparently does not know that each author is alloted 1-2 exclamation points per LIFETIME. This author used up hers along with those of about 20 other authors in this one book. Exclamation points do not help to add excitement or tension; they are a cheap attempt at it. Your writing should provide all the excitement, drama, and tension needed on it's own. Never use them.
--telling instead of showing: a lot of intensifier words (really, superb, awesome, etc) were used instead of poetic, delicate, or gritty descriptions. The main protagonist's feelings and emotions were flat out told to the audience instead of being revealed through her words and actions.
--campy phrasing and cliches: much of the writing feel juvenile, like the author was just trying to be cute and hip instead of immersing the audience in the world and letting us live inside the characters and experience things with them. Maybe some people like that style, but not me.
--rushing: the end was rushed, in fact the whole story feels rather rushed. It became predictable and was resolved in just a few paragraphs. There was great potential in this plot to add intricacy and intrigue on the part of the antagonist and ratchet up the tension, but that never happened.
So, overall, not bad for a start, but this author has a lot of growing to do to make her work outstanding.
If you love the supernatural and its ties to Salem, MA then I think you'll enjoy this story. It truly adds a different twist to the typical tales of werewolves and witches. I actually appreciate the accuracy of some of the Wiccan references, which is hard to come by.
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