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- Print Length: 116 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 20, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00JTMWL1Q
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,678 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
A Mate for the Beta: (Book 1, Grey Wolf Pack Romance Novellas) Kindle Edition
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My biggest problem with this story was that the perspective changed so often I felt like I had whiplash! Some sections of the story had the perspective changing every paragraph, sometimes even every sentence! Usually the perspectives fluctuated between the hero and heroine, but almost every character in the story got at least a few paragraphs written I their own perspective. In some ways that was interesting, but in most ways I found that it detracted from the story by pulling the reader out of any growing attachments to the main characters.
Would I read this book again? No.
Would I recommend it to friends? Not as it is currently written.
Would I read the rest of the series? Well, I already purchased several, so I will probably eventually read the ones that I bought, but if the writing style doesn't improve I won't buy more.
who helped him learn to control his anger and impulse to attack. Now Alec is the Sheriff of the town and likes both of his jobs. When a prominent witch goes missing Alec leads the investigation and since the Emerald the leader of the local witches circle, hates all wolves, its important that they find out what happened.
During the investigation Alec meets Livia Briers the niece of Emerald, a shy quiet earth witch with limited power. Alec realizes immediately that Liv is his mate. Of all the times to find that out! Now in addition to the hunt for the lost witch, his hormones are raging and his wolf wants his mate!
I enjoyed this story a lot but there are typos - a lot of them and the characters names are sometimes switched around. Once the kinks are out this will probably be a great series.
Livia Briers is a sweet witch, of course the woman who has taken her into her home after her parents died has done nothing but belittle her and make her feel insecure every chance she gets. It is why Alec sees he is the perfect mate for her, he will only make her feel good abut herself and take out the trash in her life that needs taking out. When a witch disappears and it looks like foul play is afoot, Alex plans to mate Livia swiftly and keep her safely by his side.
I had to go back and read the first book in the Grey Wolf Pack series after reading The Alpha's Mate. Alec and Livia are polar opposites and he is so sweet when it comes to Livia, you see a whole other side to him. Livia is a sweetie but she also has no problem squaring off with Alex when need be. I look foward to more in this series, very fun read.
I was in from the first page and the mystery of the vanishing witch at the beginning was very intriguing. I loved that is was told in a diary like style and each chapter was a date in that sequence.
I thought that Emerald the head witch/bitch was a stroke of genius and I loved that Emerald's niece, Livia, was the true mate of Alec the sheriff/ were wolf shifter whom Emerald hated. I also loved that in the end the witch/bitch got her just rewards. Alec who was a badass was a gentle, loving and caring mate to his very pregnant sweetheart of an earth Witch, Livia.
It is nicely told story with lots of hot, steamy loving and I though that though the names sometimes could have been male of female it just kept me more focused on the reading. I like you will like this series.
Jen Bailey, author of The Airendell Chroniclers
Perhaps because of the short length, events moved rather quickly at times. Despite an interesting exploration of characters' undisclosed yearning for their potential partners, the story does rely on the "insta-mate" device, but at least that leads to some nice heat. I would have enjoyed a more deliberate exploration of the characters, their budding relationships, and the rather intriguing background plot, but I certainly enjoyed this brief story enough to read more of this series.