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Leader Of The Pack Paperback – November 20, 2008
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It's always the quiet girl. She sits in the back of the class or stands at the bar, while her friends all mingle. She's the one mom always said was a "good girl," and all her friends believe is a prude. Leighann Phoenix has been writing since she was a child. The passion and pain reflected in her writing are little glimpses of what's lurking just beneath the surface. Her publications to date will be left in the dark where they belong. The new incarnation of her writing burns with a fire of its own.
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The story opens with Aislynn is working as a bartender in a very sleazy bar with a VERY sleazy boss. Then one night a weird man comes in he sits in a corner and basically watches Aislynn all night and is to drunk to drive home. That man is Cullen and his is drinking to numb the pain of getting himself involved into a forced marriage. For some reason even at the very start Aislynn and Cullen feel a connection but both of them are a little more than what they bargained for.
Overall it is a good story. It is interesting to watch them each find a place in each others hearts and lives especially when there are certain parties who do not want them to be together and there is a threat to the pack.
I had a lot of issues with the formatting and the grammar/proofreading of this book. It was really confusing at some points to figure out who was speaking or what they meant. I also felt that some of the characters acted out of turn like an alpha who is very possessive is not so possessive when it is a woman touching your woman and you can feel her arousal? Then at times the author would have you present for a conversation then the character would rehash it for you...why I read it the first time??
Anyway it is a decent read and worth the money especially when you consider the length.
The story grabs you right from the beginning and keeps your attention right to the end. I literally missed A LOT of sleep and when you work a lot, that is not good. But, it was worth it. This Author left the book where it "could" have a sequel, but not necessary. Some people wrote on their reviews that the book ended quickly, it should have said more, there should be a sequel.. But it isn't necessary! USE YOUR OWN IMAGINATION FOR CRYING OUT LOUD!!
The only thing I am really concerned with is the fact that this book was written in 2008. Nothing can be found for Leighann Phoenix after that. Can anyone find this Author or did she just give up on writing??
I guess overall, if the Author had someone really "Edit" the book, it would have been absolutely incredible and I would have given it 5 stars. And I don't give that lightly. I say: "Get the book, overlook the grammatical errors best you can and sit back, enjoy yourself a nice long Were book that will definitely keep you entranced until the end"!
That man is Cullen the Leader of a wealthy and powerful pack and he is drinking to numb the pain of getting himself involved into a "forced" marriage. With a spoiled and vapid pack leaders daughter. Aislynn and Cullen feel a connection but both of them are a little more than what they bargained for.
The characters are well developed, and the plot was good. It was a very long read and I do so love long reads! If I pay $8 dollars for a book I want a long read! I cannot wait for the sequel.
However I Loves the story it is creative and adventurous and gets the imagination moving.
A beautiful story.
However, my kindle copy had so many typos that I was frustrated. I felt like a fifth grader did the editing for the book because almost every paragraph had a grammar error. (No offence to any fifth graders out there.) I know that some of the words were Gaelic and I took that into account. There were missing words, double words and missing letters to words. It drove me crazy! We need better proofreaders!
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