- File Size: 924 KB
- Print Length: 217 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 16, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01KKJFXYI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,867 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Denied: Southern Alphas - Book Four Kindle Edition
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Shane runs into a former one-night-stand at a trade show, sees her daughter, and recognizes her features as his own. A little math, and it turns out he's an instant dad. There's never any doubt how things will turn out, but it's a fun and sexy journey to watch these characters get to where you know they're going.
One thing I very much like about Lori Sjoberg's writing is that her standalone books are truly that. Characters from previous books are present, but the reader never feels their stories have to be read first to make sense of them. It was nice to get a peek at them and see how they're doing, but a first-timer could easily enjoy this book without knowing their back stories.
It's rare to pick up an ebook (particularly a self-published one) and not find typos. For people like me who care about those kinds of things (and who sometimes give up on books if the mistakes are too glaring), it's always a nice surprise to find a book that's not only well-written, but well-edited. There was never a point at which I wanted to roll my eyes and go, "HOW did THAT get through?"
Larissa, Shane's lady, has five brothers, at least one of whom has a deep secret. And there's a plot running through the background about a drug lord who's missing a hundred million dollars from his bank account, thanks to the LeClaire siblings. That tells me there are more Southern Alpha books in the future, and I can't wait to read them.
Note: this review contains spoilers.
Shane Falco feels like he has it all. He's successful and rich and can have any woman he wants. That is until he finds out he has a 5 year old daughter. A daughter he is more than willing to claim. He wants to make sure she will never have the childhood that he did with parents who didn't care. Emma's mommy isn't as sure she wants Shane in their lives. Lori Sjoberg could have left it at that, but that would have made things way too easy. Enter Talia. One of Shane's one night stands who can't grasp the concept of no commitment. And then there is the drug lord who messed with Larissa's family and is now having his bank accounts siphoned of money. Are they both out for revenge or is it someone else making things difficult?
Shane first showed up in the first book of this series, Driven. I have to admit I didn't like him. He was a jerk and way too cocky. But he is maturing in Denied and fights for what is right. The story line moves along nicely as the reader learns more about Shane and Larissa and the threat that tries to tear them apart. When we finally find out what the real threat is, well, I'm not going there. You'll just have to read the book to find out! I'm glad Larissa has several brothers: hopefully we get to learn about them next!