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- Print Length: 144 pages
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- Publisher: Sitting Bull Publications, LLC (April 30, 2013)
- Publication Date: April 30, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00CLX3CRC
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- Lending: Enabled
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BirthRight (La Patron Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Tyrone and Tyrese are both in the military, at least they were. Now they have been Dismissed and are guests of the hospital under Silas's control. Jasmine is not an ordinary humans, since her son's are wolves and she has no idea. This should not have occurred, but it only means there is trouble ahead.
I don't usually like Alpha books, but this one looked interesting. So I read it. Now I'm looking forward to the next book. The characters got me on the first chapter. You don't often read books where the hero is a parent with grown children.
Silas is every bit the alpha leader. Can't wait to get going on book two.
Just read another shifter book that wasn't as polished but I enjoyed more because the Alpha in the tale was....human and not some caricature of the "big guy."
Oh, and I hate cliff hangers. Respect your reader and your own ability and give them a complete story. If you're good enough they'll want to read book two and not just to find out what the hell should have been in the last chapter of book one.
La Patron is the "king" of the North American werewolf packs, he selects and trains all of the Alphas and communicates with the Goddess when She so desires. When La Patron's godson is injured during his military service overseas, he is accidentally sent to a military hospital stateside instead of a shifter facility. While he's there to move his godson, the shifter doctor makes him aware of an Army hybrid wolf, not registered to any pack, with a full shifter father, human mother, and a twin. The twin is also being shipped home for evaluation because when his brother was dead for a few minutes, so was the twin, in the middle of a Marine op. La Patron moves the twins and their mother to the shifter facility also and discovers that these 2 hybrids are just the tip of the iceberg of a previously unknown issue.
This book is full of strong characters, Jasmine, the twins' mother is just as strong as La Patron, Simon. Plus there's all those Alphas that he deals with. This is the first in this series. I really liked the twins, Tyrone and Tyrese. I am eager to see what the author does with this series.
Heat factor hot.
I was immediately sucked into this book because of the shifter element but am sad to say that this book really left me wanting for more heat. Of the entire book, one sex scene was just not enough for me. I will say that I was shocked by where the story went with regards to the human women and shifter males, but again, I do not know that it was enough to pull me into reading the second book in the series. The writing style and grammar was good, the sex scene was hot, but I did not favor the women having the title of "bitch" and could not wrap my head around that being a term of respect/endearment. It was actually a turn off for me. If you like dominating alphas and a slower storyline- you will fall right in line with this book. I give this three fangs.